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Fashion show to help raise funds

The Seb Goold Trust. EMN-150129-133127001
The Seb Goold Trust. EMN-150129-133127001

Tickets have gone on sale for an exciting fashion event being held at Greetham Valley Golf Club in aid of the Seb Goold Trust.

The charity fashion show will be in aid of nine-year-old Seb Goold who had to have his leg amputated above the knee after falling from a moving coach in April last year.

At least 75 per cent of the profits raised at the show will go towards the Seb Goold Trust to help fund a top-of-the-range prosthetic leg for the Stamford Junior School pupil to play sport again. The following 25 per cent will go towards the junior section of the golf club to help fund coaching.

The fabulous evening will take place at Greetham Valley Golf Club in Oakham on May 7 at 7pm and will feature models from the golf club. John Lewis is providing assistance and outfits for some of the models, while day and evening wear will also come from Phase Eight, Energy, Jaeger and Marcia May Shoes.

Mojo Hair and Beauty are doing the hair for the fashion show and Rebecca from Perch and Preen is doing the make-up for the models.

Along with the fashion show there will also be a raffle and auction on the night including prizes such as two tickets for a Leicester Tigers match in the directors box including lunch or dinner and a possibility of meeting the players, a signed Leicester Tigers history book and a rugby shirt auctioned from the 90s, signed by Graham Rowntree.

Organisers, Gill Tarrant and Liz Haughton are both looking forward to the event. Gill said: “The Seb Goold Trust is a marvellous charity and we are delighted to be supporting both Seb and his family.”

Tickets for the event will cost just £5 each and can be purchased from Greetham Valley Golf Club or you can e-mail Gill at gill.tarrant@googlemail.com or telephone 01572 812773.

Tickets will also be available on the night to purchase for £7 each.


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