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The local Audlem NSPCC branch is holding a Fashion Show and Sale at Brookfield Golf Club, Hankelow on Wednesday 7th March.  A raffle will also be held during the evening. 

Tickets for this fund-raising event, costing  a mere £5, can be purchased from any committee member, at Williams’ Newsagents or by telephoning Rose on 01270 811647.  The evening promises to be a good one if it’s anything like the last one that was held over 12 months ago.

All the clothes that are modelled can be bought on the night and payment can be made in cash, by credit card or by debit card. 

Doors open at 7.00 pm for a 7.30 pm start and all proceeds will go to the NSPCC.   The previous Fashion Show and Sale, held in September 2010, raised over £500 for the NSPCC.  Let’s see if we can equal this – or do even better!

 

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