Forth Valley Sensory Centre

Afternoon delight with fashion show!

A huge thanks to everyone who came along and supported the recent Afternoon Tea and fashion show event. We do hope everyone had a nice time chatting with friends and enjoying the clothes on display.

We hope everyone can agree that the ladies looked amazing in their outfits and great of Alison, Beth, Linda, Kat, Pamela and Laura for taking the time out to visit Libbys of Larbert and Culture Clothing and make sure the fashion show was perfect.

Massive thanks too to all those companies who donated prizes to make the raffle so amazing. The main prize was a delightful pamper hamper, complete with chocolates and champagne from Solicitors For Older People Scotland.

Other prizes came from Boots UK, Damask Hair & Beauty, Rod Smith Hairdressing, Flawless Academy, Wild At Heart, Brows & More and Bodymatters.

Finally,our wonderful stall holders who also donated prizes to the raffle. McFudge, Silent Sparkles, Fiona from Partylite and Forever Living.

It was lovely to see so many people taking delight in sampling the goods on offer and walking away with gifts for themselves or friends.

You may also notice Kat in a wedding dress! We recieved a number of wedding gowns and outfits (Mother of the bride etc) from KC Bridal in Falkirk. these will be sold soon and the below is a wee taster of what is on offer!

Thanks again to everyone who came along. We hope to see many of you at the Winter Fair on 25th November!

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