Alnwick’s very own high-end boutique for men is holding a VIP Charity evening on Thursday 12th November 2015 from 4:00pm onwards.
Hotspur 1364, situated on Narrowgate, is opening the doors to the dapper gents of Northumberland to pop along and enjoy complimentary arrival drinks along with a selection of tempting offers:
- Free haircuts (between 4:00pm and 6:30pm – first come first served)
- VIP discounts
- Goody bag – including money off vouchers
- Awesome raffle prizes (including luxury hamper from Grannies and Hotspur 1364 gift voucher)
In addition to the above The Stephen Carey Fund and Hotspur 1364 are launching a ‘Secret Auction’ on the evening for a personally signed Peter Beardsley England Shirt from the historic 1986 World Cup Tournament – bids can only be placed at Hotspur 1364.
Host and business owner Lisa Aynsley is generously donating 10% of all takings during the event and indeed her own coffee money and salary for the day to The Stephen Carey Fund.
Last night the committee of The Stephen Carey Fund experienced something new, being guests of a fashion show.
Regram Runway and Hotspur 1364, ladies and mens fashion outlets within Alnwick, had got together to arrange a show at The Plough in Alnwick and we were selected as their charity for the evening.
With the promise of the latest fashion on display, some fantastic raffle prizes to be won and one night only cocktails on offer the room was packed. The evening began with a brief introduction from Michael Bateman from The Plough followed by the first catwalk lineup.
After a whirlwind of superb outfits, modelled by supremely confident people to a backdrop of applause and lively debate about the various styles on show, there was a short interlude within which David Wilson gave a short introduction to The Stephen Carey Fund.
As everone returned to their seats the second display of fashionwear hit the floor, including representatives of the fund and a token member from the committee (well done Stephen Shendon) and before you knew it 1½ hours had come and gone and all the models took their applause.
Last job of the evening was to make the raffle draw, we need to thank at this point all the companies who donated to the draw:
The raffle generated a £352 donation to The Stephen Carey Fund which combined with the exposure to a new audience meant this was a fantastic night for the cause and the committee would like to thank Julie and Lisa for the invitation and generous donation, Michael from The Plough for hosting the event and of course all of the models and guests who attended the event and helped make it the success that it was.
Hotspur 1364 and Regram Runway are hosting a Fashion Show at The Plough Alnwick on Friday 24th October with a donation from the proceeds being made to our cause.
Entry is free and the event commences at 7:30pm so if you would like to see what’s hot in mens and ladies fashion or perhaps just watch some representatives from the charity take to the catwalk follow the link below for more details.