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Girls Night Out

Hi Friends
Just wondered whether you've got plans for Saturday evening?
If not, there's a great opportunity to get together with some other women for some fun , fashion and (re)freshments!
The K4 Charity Fashion Show is happening in the Kerith Centre at 7.30pm
(doors open at 7) on Saturday.

K4 will be bringing us the best of pre-loved fashion in the form of a catwalk show and loads of opportunity to shop for this summer's vintage look!
The catwalk models will be wearing a selection of clothing from K4 that will then be on sale along with some jewellery and accessories.

The tickets are £5 each and can be bought from the Kerith reception, or the K4 shop in Charles Square.
Do you know, as well as it being really good value for an evening out, it is a great opportunity to raise money for all the social justice projects running at Kerith: CAP Debt Advice Centre, Foodbank, Kerith Konnections (working with families with special needs children) and Hilltop (working with adults with a learning disability) to name but a few.... WHILE SHOPPING!

I love seeing how people put looks together - I've just spent two days with 2,000 other women at a conference, and it was a great chance to look around and see lots of different clothing styles and ideas.
I know that as the weather changes, for me it certainly brings with it a wardrobe challenge, and I bet I'm not alone?
Tip of the moment: I'm currently obsessed with jackets, and have realised that very often the style of tops that look best under them means its best to always keep the jacket on - a warm and perhaps sweaty glowing challenge, but the look is worth it I think!

So, looking forward to seeing you on Saturday - this is one of those Kerith events that's an "easy ask" ,so invite a friend for a very nonthreatening evening.
I know we're all a bit last minute with things like asking a friend..or even buying our own ticket...so the Fashion Show organisers have kindly allowed tickets to also be sold on the door on the night.
See you there x
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