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glitz and glamour nov 2017If you’re looking for inspiration to update your winter wardrobe then look no further: The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre is fundraising in style with its Glitz and Glamour Fashion Show.

Fashion-lovers will be greeted with bubbly and canapes before being treated to a showcase of the latest trends in every-day and party wear for both men and women and all in aid of supporting cancer sufferers and their families.

The charity receives no outside funding and relies on events such as this to be able to continue providing support through a range of free services, such as counselling, therapies and courses.

Director Joan Kearns said, “Every pound raised on the night goes straight into the charity for the benefit of our clients.

“Our fashion shows are unique because our models are from all different backgrounds. Some of them have been clients in the past and this is their way of giving back.”

Tickets are £20 and to purchase yours, call 020 8366 9674 or visit

nightingale cancer support spring fashion show modelsFashions on show at Nightingale Cancer Support's Spring Show at Cuffley Village Hall

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