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Complement Fashion Show 18 November

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Complement and Alison's Country Kitchen will be holding their Autumn Fashion Show Tonight Wednesday the 18th November in the Barbour Institute.

As well as the fashion show the evening will include a two course meal and we have invited a number of local businesses along so there will be an opportunity to do a bit of Christmas shopping as well.

We will also be raising money for Clatterbridge Hospital in memory of our friend Sheila Woollard with fund raising events throughout the evening so would be grateful for any donations.

Previous events have been very popular and this time space will be limited so buy your tickets as soon as possible. They will be priced at £15 and available from Complement and Alison's, bring your friends and your own wine and have a really enjoyable night. Come along for 6.45pm , with the meal served at 7pm.

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