Southern Riverina locals have until Saturday to take advantage of the Fashion Extravaganza Pop Up Botique sale at Berrigan.May 1, 2014 2:15am
The Berrigan Red Cross is holding its fifth charity Fashion Extravaganza Pop Up Boutique sale.
It is being held in the CWA rooms and will run until this Saturday.
Normally showcased at the Berrigan Market Night, the annual event displays a range of products from belts, bags, lingerie, skirts, tops and jackets amongst other fashion accessories.
The clothes are sourced from all over, coming from Yass, Canberra, Melbourne, Leeton, Geelong and Bendigo.
Thelma Ryan said the extravaganza takes about 400 hours to organise, with proceeds going directly to the Syria Appeal.
All new clothes are at reduced prices.
For more information, please call Thelma Ryan on 5885
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