Models needed for cat-walk show
09:39 26 June 2014
Cat-walk show to be held in Honiton to raise money for the East Devon Day Hospice Appeal and The Beehive community centre.
Models are needed to strut their stuff on the catwalk for the East Devon Day Hospice Appeal.
Local women of all sizes and ages are being sought to take part in the event on Saturday, August 9, at The Beehive, Dowell Street.
The proceeds will be split between the appeal and The Beehive – Honiton’s new community centre.
One of the event organisers, Sharon Pavey, said: “No experience necessary - it’s a community event where we won’t be taking ourselves too seriously.
“We do need volunteers to come forward to help now, either as models or maybe to help with hair, make-up and general organisation on the night.”
Anyone interested in taking part or for more information, call Sharon on email@example.com or call 07447597390.
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