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Town Hall ladies to cut a dash

PUBLISHED: 15:08 11 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:01 30 June 2010

GREAT Yarmouth Town hall staff are preparing to sashay down the runway for a fundraising fashion show to benefit the three local good causes.

The women are putting aside their normal jobs which include control centre operative, customer service and election officers and joining Sara Smith wife of Mayor Tony Smith to showcase clothes from the Artichoke Collection, a company which specialises in fundraising.

GREAT Yarmouth Town hall staff are preparing to sashay down the runway for a fundraising fashion show to benefit the three local good causes.

The women are putting aside their normal jobs which include control centre operative, customer service and election officers and joining Sara Smith wife of Mayor Tony Smith to showcase clothes from the Artichoke Collection, a company which specialises in fundraising.

“I hope local people will join us for this affordable evening of fashion and beauty.” said Sara. “Local salon Serenity Hair and Beauty will be on hand to pamper our models for their modelling debut and to showcase their services to our guests on the evening.”

The show, in aid the Mayor's three chosen charities is on March 25 at 7.30pm, at the Furzedown Hotel, North Drive, Great Yarmouth.

Tickets priced £2 are available from the town hall or on the door. For information call Laura Goodman on 01493 846125.

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