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Following on from the success of its last Posh Swap event in January this year, Manor by the Lake is holding another event of its kind aimed at ladies looking to refresh or clear out their wardrobe – getting underway from 11.30am on Sunday 14 October 2012.
What’s more, this time round there will also be a dedicated pamper room, with a variety of treatments on offer, from facials to manicures and pedicures.
Lottie’s Tea Room will be open and offering high tea, enjoyed in the venue’s stunning formal gardens and grand dining room. Plus, there will also be entertainment running throughout the day.
Organisers say the last event attracted a variety of women of all ages and sizes – all with fantastic taste in clothes, naturally.
If it sounds like your cup of tea, all you need to do is take along clothing and a rail, or Manor by the Lake can supply a table. Or, if you haven’t got any clothing to sell, simply turn up and browse what’s on offer, while treating yourself to slice of cake at the same time.
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