Fashion show fundraiser plan for British Red Cross and other news
For the first time ever, the British Red Cross in Devon will be hosting a charity fashion show. Read this and more.
CHARITY FASHION SHOW: For the first time ever, the British Red Cross in Devon will be hosting a charity fashion show and sale, showcasing new and nearly new seasonal party wear and vintage clothing.
The show will feature local volunteer models and take place at The Rougemont Thistle Hotel, Queen Street, Exeter from 7pm, on Thursday, November 8. Tickets are currently on sale across all Red Cross retail shops in Devon priced at �10, which includes a glass of wine or juice.
Kate Bailey, local Red Cross fundraiser said: “We have organised a great catwalk evening of high street fashion and vintage clothing at affordable prices”
To purchase tickets or for more information, please visit your local Red Cross shop or contact Kate Bailey on 01392 353274 or at email@example.com
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However, house prices in the South West remained unchanged during September, with 30 per cent more surveyors reporting falls rather than rises.