By Haddenham Webteam - 13th July 2016 8:00pm
Following a successful event earlier this month, Jan Backhouse is hosting another shopping extravaganza for cancer research this coming Saturday, 16th July.
This is an open house event, from 1pm until 6pm at 5 Potash Close (Off Townside) in Haddenham HP17 8JY.
Jan is offering a selection of goodies donated by a friend. Brand new ladies clothing from a west end warehouse, great prices! Boutique items: ladies and teenage clothes, & bags, evening,day, & beach, bargains! Also a fantastic selection of high end scarves, beach wraps and pashminas, silk, wool, cashmire, cotton & model. Many with designer labels £49.99 and upwards, selling now at £10 each or 2 for £15, great for gifts!
Please come along and peruse , there will be cake!
Let Jan know if you are coming so that she doesn't run out of cake!
Please spread the word and bring your friends.
If you are busy on the date in question, call Jan for private viewing: 01844 290 362.
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