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All Saints Church are organising a Fashion Show as part of FairTrade Fortnight to raise much needed funds for the restoration of the Church. 
 
The Fashion Show takes place on Monday 4th March at 7pm for a 7.30pm at St. Philip and St. James’ Church on Kings’ Road. 
 
All Saints Church are organising a Fashion Show as part of FairTrade Fortnight to raise much needed funds for the restoration of the Church. 
 
The Fashion Show takes place on Monday 4th March at 7pm for a 7.30pm at St. Philip and St. James’ Church on Kings’ Road. 
 
Tickets cost £5 pp including a glass of prosecco and nibbles. There is a raffle available with some brilliant prizes including afternoon tea for two from Serendipity, wine from Tesco’s on Ancells Farm, a free colour consultancy, two treatments from Body Image Beauty Salon. 
 
Tickets can be bought from Serendipity and Livingstones in Fleet or from the Parish Office in Church Road. 
There will be an opportunity to buy clothes and accessories and local jeweller, Riordan’s, will be there too. 
 
All Saints Church was the victim of an arson attack over 3 years ago and due to it being both a listed building (the only one in Fleet) and an Anglican church, £1m needs to be raised for the complex restoration. 
 
The aim is to restore our town’s heritage and one of the oldest buildings in Fleet and offer the community some thing for the 21st century and beyond. 
The Fashion Show has been picked to both highlight that it’s Fairtrade Fortnight and to try to fundraise for the rebuild project. As we, in Hart are a Fairtrade district, it’s great to support local Fairtrade businesses and promote them, as well as raising awareness of helping to rebuild our heritage. 
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