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Chance to pamper the feet; HARBORNE.

FASHION victims can take steps to give their bunions a break by entering a competition where the prize will leave them walking on air. The Harborne-based Foot and Back Clinic is giving a free 'Med Ped' - a medical pedicure carried out by a professional podiatrist, to whoever most deserves one. Entrants need to submit in 200 words why they would benefit from a foot makeover to set them up for summer. The treatment includes the removal of hard skin, nail trimming, a footbath and nail painting. For details contact the clinic on 0121 429 2444 or email info@ harbornedirectory.com.
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Date:Apr 19, 2006
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