By Audlem Webteam - 4th November 2008 7:44am
ADAS, Audlem District Amenities Society, is presenting a Ladies Fashion Show on Thursday 13th November in the Public Hall, starting at 7.30pm.
The clothes, for day and evening, will be from Petals and Pearls of Woore, who will also bring along a wide range of their very well priced accessories and gifts. There's something to appeal to all.
The models are all "willing" volunteers from the village who will be rewarded by a pampering from Braids, who are showcasing their hair and beauty services. The evening will start at 7.30pm and tickets are £5 which includes wine (or a soft drink) and nibbles.
You will be seated at tables, whilst the models wander round in their finery. So please grab your family and friends for what promises to be a very convivial evening and a chance to purchase some early Christmas presents and some festive seasonal trimmings for yourself!
Tickets are available from Williams Newsagents, any ADAS committee member or by ringing 811686.
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