Treading the Boards for KEMP Fashion Show…
Last year’s event raised an amazing £4,000, and this year it is hoped to not only break this figure but to raise in excess of £5,000 for the charity.
With support from Jane Abbotts from Barclays Bank who also provide the models, help man the stalls and sponsor the event, Lynne Jones, KEMP retail manager said: “We are indebted to Jane and Barclays Bank for their continued help.
“The theme this year is ‘Best of British’ and both The Academy and Kidderminster College will be joining us for this fabulous and fun event, with a few surprises in store!”
Following the show there will be a Shopping Hall and bar available open until 10pm, with the Shopping Hall continuing again on the Thursday 24th October.
All KEMP Hospice services are provided free of charge for patients and their families, with the charity annually needing to raise £940,000 to cover community service costs, with the majority of funds raised via voluntary donations and through the kind and generous support of the local and wider community.
A ticket only show; tickets can be purchased from all KEMP shops, KEMP Hospice or from the Town Hall for £5 which includes a glass of wine within the price. Doors open at 7 with the show starting at 7.30pm.
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