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Fashion show returns to the Ageas Bowl

The Ageas Bowl is delighted to announce the return of the venue’s annual Lashes Ladies Charity Lunch on Wednesday 15th May 2019.


The event will take place between 12noon and 4.30pm and is set to be hosted in the Ageas Ballroom for the first time this year, with all proceeds going to Hampshire Cricket in the Community.


Guests will be able to enjoy an elegant drinks reception, three-course lunch, pop-up gift shops & stalls, games, a raffle and auctions with a range of incredible prizes to be won, the famous Lashes fashion show and, brand new for 2019, live post-meal entertainment.


It is once again hosted by Premier League TV and BBC Final Score’s Michael Kurn, with tickets available for £50 per person.


This year’s fourth Lashes instalment follows last summer’s hugely successful event which saw 240 ladies in attendance and helped raise £20,000 for Hampshire Cricket in the Community.


Tables of ten may be purchased for only £450 courtesy of the Early Bird discount which runs until Friday 22nd March 2019, whereupon the price of a table of ten will rise to £500.


Director of Hampshire Cricket in the Community, Stuart Robertson said: “The Lashes Ladies Lunch is one of our most successful fund-raising events and has sold out every year since it started. Funds raised from this year’s Lashes Ladies Lunch will be used specifically to fund a heart screening programme for young people in conjunction with CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).


To purchase tickets, please visit www.ageasbowl.com or call 02380 472002.



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