Charity fashions organized by Harrogate Grammar School students

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On Friday the 21st of March 2014, is holding a Fashion Show, organised by year 13 students. The event is just one of many organised by the ’s committee to raise in excess of £10,000 for Hope for Children’s project MENCAFEP. More specfically, is aiming to cover the running costs of the Trincomalee Centre, a in Eastern Sri Lanka which aids both physically and mentally disabled children.

The event will begin at 7pm and finish at 9pm. There will be numerous local boutiques, including The Dressing Room, JLM Couture and Phase Eight to cater for women. As well as Greenwoods Menswear and Austin Reed which have kindly donated suits for the evening. In addition, there will be a collection of small stalls from retailers including Hush, Helen Cole Beauty and donated dresses which will be available to purchase on the night.

There will also be special student performers including a Barber Shop Choir and a contemporary dance performance. A raffle will be held with tickets available on the night and fantastic prizes donated by Molton Brown, L’Occitane and Be Ba Bo.

Tickets are £3 each with a special deal of 2 for £5 which can be purchased on the door. The event will take place in the main school hall at School and will be a wonderful night. All proceeds go to the Trincomalee Centre in Sri Lanka, so please show your support!

By Rebekah Pye, year 13 student

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