Jigsaw Charity Fashion Show

The Jigsaw Charity Fashion Show took place on Friday, 8th June.  The event raised just shy of £1000 for Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service.

The guest arrived at 12pm to enjoy a glass of fizz and canapes before settling down to watch the show.  Lexy Moriarty, Manager of Jigsaw Marlow, masterfully compered the event; taking the audience through the garments each model was wearing.  The models demonstrated the versatility of the Jigsaw collection, confirming there is something in store for everyone.

After the show a delicious two course lunch of Roasted Bass, Peas, Broad Beans, Brown Shrimps, Fennel and Hazelnut followed by Dark Chocolate Mousse, Wild Strawberry, Sesame Tuile was served.

Jigsaw kindly donated a stunning swede handbag for the raffle, which was drawn after lunch.

We would like to thank everyone who supported the event and say a special thank you to Lexy at Jigsaw Marlow for her help and enthusiasm and for putting on a great show; thank you also to the lovely models who showed the clothes so beautifully.

This is an annual event in aid of Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service, details of the 2019 show will appear on our website, tent cards and posters in the pub and in our newsletter.  If you’d like to sign up to our newsletter please contact roz@theroyaloakpaleystreet.com.

 

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About The Royal Oak Paley Street

Owned by Nick Parkinson this 17th-c pub has a stylish elegance and a relaxed, warm and friendly atmosphere. It is one of only 10 Michelin star pub restaurants in the country and one of only two that also hold 3 AA Rosettes.
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