Success for ADAS fashion show

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ADAS Fashion Show

Last Thursday ADAS presented a Fashion Show with Fizz Fashions.  The event at the Public Hall was a great success with the very receptive audience picking up some beautiful clothes at great value.

We thank all the audience for their attendance on what turned out to be a stormy night.  As you know ADAS earned commission on the purchases you made.  It is your support and donations, through events like this and our envelope collections, that enable us to undertake a wide range of projects to enhance and protect our lovely village and surrounding areas.

Due to the very positive feedback we are planning to hold another show in the run up to Christmas, subject to agreeing a date with the very busy team at Fizz. 

So watch this space!

Email: jules@aitchuk.com Phone: 07525048400

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