Police Legacy is a cause that is near and dear to Newman’s heart. Since the Polair 64 crash in 2001 Newman has worked hard to make this a major fundraiser each year around the Bloody Slow Cup weekend. This year we have two contestants for the Newman Miss Police Legacy who are both working hard with fun and innovative fundraising efforts. Nicole King, one of the contestants, organised a Ladies Day DIY event which included make it yourself bath bombs by Scents of an Angel, Doterra oil rollers with Samantha, Martu Farm displayed some of their great plants and Serene Bedlam donated a Photo Booth to capture some great memories. A great hamper was donated by Bliss Boutique and other groups and individuals donated a great range of prizes for the other raffles!

Please download your photos from the gallery, they will be on Facebook too. If you ever want any of your images removed, please let me know.

Thank you Nicole for including me in your fantastic event, I wish you every success in your great initiatives to raise money for the Police Legacy, such an important cause.

Serene Bedlam Photo Booth loves supporting our community with events like this. If you want to book a Serene Bedlam Photo Booth for your own event please visit our Photo Booth Page or on Facebook

Serene Bedlam Photo Booth Newman Police Legacy 2018
Serene Bedlam Photo Booth Newman Police Legacy 2018
Serene Bedlam Photo Booth Newman Police Legacy 2018
Serene Bedlam Photo Booth Newman Police Legacy 2018
Serene Bedlam Photo Booth Newman Police Legacy 2018
Serene Bedlam Photo Booth Newman Police Legacy 2018
Serene Bedlam Photo Booth Newman Police Legacy 2018