Salon throws fundraising hospice night

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A HAIRDRESSING salon is celebrating its 25th anniversary in style.

The Salon, in Clanfield, is supporting The Rowans Hospice with a fashion show at Horndean Technology College.

There will be fashion, hair and beauty demonstrations, a sale of high street name clothes at a third of the price and goodies to give away.

There will also be handbags, jewellery and household items to sell with every penny raised going to the hospice, in Purbrook.

On top of that, a raffle will be held with top prizes donated by generous businesses and members of the public.

Manageress, Sophie Brenton, said: ‘We decided to raise money for The Rowans for a number of reasons.

‘Firstly, when my father was very ill it wasn’t open.

‘I appreciate the fact that it is there for people now.

‘Also our clients have ended up having to go there and I know several people who work there.’

The show is at Bartons Hall, September 14 from 7pm.

Tickets cost £10 each or £18 for mother and daughter combined.

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