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It's Ladies' Night at Worleston Village Hall

You are invited to an evening of fashion, fundraising, fun and fizz at Worleston Village Hall (Main Rd, Worleston) at 7.30pm on Friday 29th September 2017.

St Oswald's Primary School is hosting a fundraising fashion show in which leading high street brands will be showcased and available to buy for up to 75% off high street prices. Brands will include Next, Zara, New Look, Monsoon, Debenhams, M&S, Coast and many more.

Tickets are just £5 each and include a glass of fizz.

To purchase tickets and for further information, phone 0798 457 3097. Tickets are also available from St Oswald's school office.

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