BREAST cancer survivors enjoyed an impromptu gathering and singalong with The Alarm's Mike Peters.

Jules Peters hosted a Breast Cancer Retreat at the the Chapel in Dyserth. A total of 22 breast cancer survivors came to stay.

Jules said: "We ended up with an impromptu gathering and singalong with Mike who popped over to visit the girls. Their anthem is ‘Don’t worry about a thing’ so they sang loud and proud with Mike at the foot of the waterfalls.

"All the girls loved being in the village and visiting North Wales."

Denbighshire Free Press: Jules Peters welcomed welcomed the 'Terrible Titties' to stay at the Chapel Jules Peters welcomed welcomed the 'Terrible Titties' to stay at the Chapel (Image: Jules Peters)

The 'Terrible Titties' opted to stay at the Chapel during Breast Cancer Awareness Month [Sunday, October 1 until Tuesday, October 31].

Jules, a breast cancer survivor herself [Jules was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016], said: "It was beautiful to watch these incredible breast cancer survivors who have all been through so much, gather at the Chapel for some well deserved respite fun and carefree times."


The Chapel is Jules and Mike's new venture; five luxury apartments are contained within the beautifully converted Bethel Chapel. The venture houses Waterfall Apartments. There is also The Waterfalls Studio and The Red (coffee / music / culture / bar). 

Jules and Mike have recently returned from a 43km trek through the Mont Blanc region of the Alps.

'Rock the Alps Love Hope Strength Hike' took 35 other Love Hope Strength supporters through Italy, Switzerland and France. Money was raised for Tanzania Children’s Cancer Service.

The trek was especially a big moment for Mike who was hospitalised last September following an acclaimed national tour with his band [Mike was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia in 2005].

The rocker stopped responding to his medication and had to undergo a new gruelling treatment plan.