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Ladies Day at the Aegon Classic

PUBLISHED: 15:56 10 May 2013 | UPDATED: 15:56 10 May 2013

AEGON Classic Ladies Day 2012

AEGON Classic Ladies Day 2012

Jason Skarratt Photography 2012

Ladies Day at the Aegon Classic

Edgbaston Priory Club, Birmingham - Thursday 13 June

It was the most glamorous occasion on the Midlands sporting calendar last year and we’re excited to announce that Ladies’ Day at the Aegon Classic is returning bigger and better this year. Taking place on Thursday 13 June at the Edgbaston Priory Club, Birmingham, it’s set to be a fabulous day out for you and your friends.

The day will be a real pamper fest with Shopping in Birmingham partnering up with the Classic to make sure there are some great activities on the day including the likes of hair styling, a nail bar, cocktail making, bespoke jewellery, hand massages and much more. Plans for 2013 are still being finalised but will be confirmed soon – so make sure you follow @aegonclassic for all the latest news!

There will also be a best dressed competition on the day run by Harvey Nichols and judged by Liberty X star Michelle Heaton, giving you the perfect excuse to get together with your girlfriends and dress to impress. There will also be other competitions and prizes on the day, making this a day you definitely need to add to those diaries.

Ladies’ Fighting Breast Cancer is the charity partner for the day, with £2 from every full price adult ticket being donated to the charity.

So what are you waiting for – get a group of your friends together, get your glam outfits on and come and enjoy some tennis in the sunshine with a spot of strawberries and champagne!

Book your tickets now at www.aegonclasssic.co.uk/tickets or by calling 0844 209 7359.

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