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Pauline Griffiths
Pauline Griffiths

I've been buying cocktail dresses from the Audlem Charity Shop for over 10 years now and primarily for wearing on the many cruise ship holidays that we enjoy. I thought it was about time that I acknowledged the fabulous purchases I've made over the years by enclosing a couple of photos from my recent transatlantic voyage on the very stylish Queen Mary 2.

I hope that I looked as stylish as the ship on the formal nights we enjoyed on board ship! I'd just like to say that I really enjoy rummaging through the packed rails at the charity shop and chatting to the many volunteers who refer to me as 'The Cruise Lady'.

I bought these two dresses for just £10 which is an absolute bargain! I can never thank you enough for making me 'scrub up well' on QM2 and for being such a brilliant asset to our village.

Thank you so very much!
Best wishes,
Pauline

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