Living Vintage Fashion Show set for Hilltown

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Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
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Ever wondered if your grandparents and their generation shared the same passions, worries, clothes emergencies, etc which fascinate us today?

Why not have a night to remember with all generations of your family at the Living Vintage fashion show in Hilltown on October 12th.

During Newry and Mourne Positive Ageing Week this is the perfect opportunity to set off on a trip down memory lane and share the memories with mothers, daughters and grannies.

The focus of Positive Ageing week is to celebrate and promote the positive aspects of growing old and to help older people make connections in their local communities, so come along and share the memories – only one must-have accessory – bring your own granny or housebound friend.

Living Vintage fashion shows have been met with huge acclaim all over Northern Ireland and beyond and their fashion shows are regularly complete sell-outs. So, ladies, sit back, relax and be transported back through your mummy’s or grand mummy’s wardrobe.

Marian, one of the models, shares her quest and frustrations in finding a date and or husband. Did we all find it an easy path to the alter? She expresses her desire to be happily married whilst modelling an amazing range of 1940-1950’s coats.

The audience always welcomes her appearance and it must be said have great sympathy for her plight and the predicament she finds herself enduring.

Make sure to get your ticket early to avoid disappointment. The event takes place on Saturday 12th October at 8pm in Hilltown Hall. Tickets are just £10 and are available from Caitriona at Hilltown Post Office. For further info all Martina Byrne on 075 40866986 or find us on Facebook – Women of Clonduff

Please note this is a fundraising event for Cancer Research UK and Action Cancer in order to book the Action Cancer Big Bus for Hilltown later in the year.


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