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Charity fashion show

PUBLISHED: 14:22 12 March 2008 | UPDATED: 09:49 12 August 2010

PUPILS are holding a fashion show in aid of St Christopher s Hospice on Thursday and Friday. Bullers Wood School students will illustrate fashion themes such as Kitsch, hand made, around the world and through the ages in the charity event. The show, orga

PUPILS are holding a fashion show in aid of St Christopher's Hospice on Thursday and Friday. Bullers Wood School students will illustrate fashion themes such as Kitsch, hand made, around the world and through the ages in the charity event.

The show, organised by head girl Francesca Artini, will take place at the school in St Nicholas Lane, Bromley and involves some 100 pupils helping with the production.

On choosing St Christopher's Hospice for the fundraiser, Miss Artini said: "St Christopher's helped me so much when my Dad died I really wanted to raise money for such a worthy cause, they were terrific."

Pupils are not only modelling clothes on the ten catwalks but will also dance and sing to entertain the audience. The Mayor of Bromley, Councillor Pauline Tunnicliffe, is expected to attend the show.

Tickets are £5 (concessions £4) and available by email at chess.artini@hotmail.co.uk.

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