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A Charity Fashion Show and Afternoon Tea (in aid of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity) will take place on Thursday 27th September — 2.30pm at Bradmoor Farm.

Tickets £20 per person (including afternoon tea, goody bag and discount voucher).

See the latest autumn fashions featuring outfits from Baban Boutique of Thame, followed by an enjoyable afternoon tea with friends.

Tickets are available from the Haddenham Florence Nightingale charity shop, Baban Boutique in Thame or by contacting Sue Peck on 01844 292110.

NB: They need to be purchased by Sunday evening 16th September.

All profits will go to a fantastic cause — the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity

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