Norwich Glitter Party to help raise funds for Norfolk man’s life-saving treatment

Clare Wilson and her partner John Brazil, for whom she is trying to raise funds for life-saving trea

Clare Wilson and her partner John Brazil, for whom she is trying to raise funds for life-saving treatment. Photo supplied by Clare Wilson - Credit: Clare Wilson

A Norwich night club is hosting a quirky event to raise funds for a Norwich man's life-saving treatment.

Mantra are hosting a Glitter Party to help raise funds for a Norwich man's life-saving treatment. Ph

Mantra are hosting a Glitter Party to help raise funds for a Norwich man's life-saving treatment. Photo supplied by Mantra club and Lounge - Credit: Mantra

Mantra on Prince of Wales Road is throwing a Glitter Party on Friday, August 11, which will double as a fundraiser for Norwich man, John Brazil.

Mr Brazil, 33, was diagnosed with colorectal cancer 22 months ago and his chemotherapy is soon ending.

The father-of-three recently had a consultation in Germany, where he received news that the Hallwang Oncology Clinic may be able to treat him.

John's partner, Clare Wilson said: 'We got such positive news that the clinic can help John to either put the cancer into remission or give him a longer quality of life with me and his three children.

A Just Giving page has been set up to raise crucial funds for John Brazil's life-saving cancer treat

A Just Giving page has been set up to raise crucial funds for John Brazil's life-saving cancer treatment. Photo shows John and his children. Image supplied by Clare Wilson. - Credit: Clare Wilson


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'We are desperate to get John there as soon possible as it's our last hope but we need to raise £200,000 to do it.'

For Mantra's event, the venue will be covered head to toe in glitter and feature performers and a glamour room with make-up artists providing guests with dazzling hair and makeup.

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Makeovers will cost £5, with all of the glamour room staff donating takings to John's campaign.

Mantra will also donate £200 to the cause.

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