The Rowans Hospice plans a parade of bargains

Matron Erika Lipscombe, chief executive Ruth White and quality manager, Jenny Redman
Matron Erika Lipscombe, chief executive Ruth White and quality manager, Jenny Redman

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BRIDAL, casual and evening wear will be some of the styles on display at a charity fashion show.

To help celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Rowans Hospice, its Trading Company, which has 20 charity stores in the area, is hosting a fashion show on Thursday.

The show, which takes place at Portsmouth Guildhall, will feature ladies’ and men’s attire.

Anne Yendell, director of finance and operations at the hospice, said: ‘We’re really excited to be putting on a fashion show featuring the best of all our donated goods.

‘From the nearly-new and pre-loved to the vintage and classic styles, we will have something to suit all tastes and at a fraction of the high street prices.’

Tickets are available in advance from all of The Rowans Hospice shops and online for £5, or on the door for £7.

All modelled clothes and accessories will be available to purchase after the show and there will be additional pop-up shops in the Guildhall to bag a bargain.

Doors open at 6pm, the Fashion Show starts at 7.15pm and the pop-up shops will close at 10.30pm.

The Rowans Hospice, in Purbrook, helps people with life-threatening illnesses and their families in the Portsmouth area.