SOUTHPORT FASHION SHOW returns to the town this year on Sunday 24th April – with organisers planning to make it the biggest event yet.

The event is in its fourth year & will be held @ Southport Theatre & Convention Centre between midday & 5pm.

Organisers from GModels & Casting Agency are in talks to bring celebrity guests to the show, and are appealing for potential sponsors & regional businesses to get involved.

Dozens of local firms from the fashion, beauty, food & leisure industry have already signed up to take part in the annual celebration.

They will be showing off there latest Spring/Summer collections with clothes shown off in style on the catwalk by models from the agency the show will also feature live acts, singers & performers the event itself will be hosted by Claire Simmo ( Radio City ) & guests.

Businesses will also be running a wide variety of stalls inside the convention centre giving visitors the opportunity to shop, be pampered & sample some of the delicious food delights Southport has to offer. There will also be a arts & crafts section & face painting for the children.

Southport charity Community Link Foundation has been nominated as the chosen charity & there will be fund raising activities on the day of the event.

Organisers this year have also been working alongside Visit Southport & the show is now recognised as one of the main calendar dates for Southport. This year they expect on having the highest footfall of attendees yet.

The admission cost for the event is £7.50 you can pre-order your tickets online by visiting tickets will also be available in selected stores in & around the area.

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