The Frock Stop, which is now well known as the designer ladies boutique on St Luke’s famous Route Master London, is having a fashion show! This month St Luke’s Frock Stop will be collaborating with local businesses and also local designer, Sally Ellis, of Sve in Tarporley. Taking place on Sunday 27 September at Cranage Hall, the fashion show will start at around 3.00 p.m. and finish around 5.30pm.

Zohra Tutty, Frock Stop sales co-ordinator said “The fashion event is a fantastic way for people to have a great afternoon whilst raising money for their local hospice. There will be a raffle with fabulous prizes which have been donated by local businesses and an auction with prestigious gifts such as Dinner Bed and Breakfast at Cranage Hall, a short break in a 4 star cottage (sleeps 8) near Delamere and an original painting by local artist. As ever the Frock Stop offers high quality donated ladies clothes and accessories for sale including the clothes modelled in the show.”

Get a ticket for £10 in advance which includes a complimentary glass of fizz on arrival or £15 on the door.

Tickets are available from St. Luke’s Hartford Shop, Sve designs in Tarporley, The Linen Loft (Goostrey Lane), Goostrey, The Village Lantern in Holmes Chapel, Handbags & Gladrags in Sandbach, Tea Chest Cafe at Nantwich Market. Tues Tarporley behind the Rising Sun pub, Thursdays Nantwich Market, Friday’s Holmes Chapel Co-op Car Parking, every other Saturday Makers Market Middlewich/Sandbach and

For more information please email Zohra via zohra_tutty@stlukes-hospice.co.uk