Talents of town shine as scores of people enjoy fashion show

Fareham College students took part in a fashion show at Fareham Shopping Centre  in aid of the High Time Appeal at Holy Trinity Church.

Fareham College students took part in a fashion show at Fareham Shopping Centre in aid of the High Time Appeal at Holy Trinity Church.

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HOW often do a church, a college and a shopping centre collaborate to produce a fashion show?

Well, it happened in Fareham as a stunning showcase of the town took place last night.

More than 100 people gathered at Fareham Shopping Centre as models of all ages strutted their stuff on the catwalk.

Students from Fareham College hosted the show and there were some delicious canapes whipped up by young people on the hospitality course.

Around a dozen stores in Fareham showed off their spring and summer collections at a show in aid of the High Time appeal at the Holy Trinity Church, in Fareham.

The church is bidding to raise £500,000 to fix the church clock and tower and create a more flexible space for the local community.

The church’s rector, the Rev Sally Davenport, said: ‘There was a real party atmosphere.

‘I would like to say how bowled over we have been at Holy Trinity Church by the generosity of others.’

The church has been given a big boost after receiving more than £200,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The Rev Davenport thanked Mike Taylor, manager at Fareham shopping centre, and Nigel Duncan, principal at Fareham College.

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