On 29th May Jessica Florence Jewellery will be at the Ladies Shopping Evening at The Granary, Dumfries in aid of Cancer Research.
The event is being organised by a group studying Higher Business Management at Dumfries College. Entry to the event is £3 with raffle tickets and calendars on sale from the organisers with all that money, and a percentage of the evening’s sales, going to MacMillan Cancer Research.
This is the latest event in an already busy 2015 for Jessica Florence Jewellery. A series of wedding fayres has seen Jessica Florence Jewellery’s products showcased to brides and bridesmaids across the whole of the Dumfries and Galloway region.
The charity evening at the end of May will see a host of local vendors set up their stalls upstairs at the Granary from 6pm until 9 pm in aid of Cancer Research.
On the night a fabulous selection of Jessica Florence Jewellery pieces will be for sale while Company Director Paula Gibson will be on hand to discuss pieces that will add sparkle to any occasion. There will also be a chance to win a voucher to spend on the new Jessica Florence Jewellery website.
Later this year Jessica Florence Jewellery will also have a presence at the Girls’ Day Out event for the first time. The show, held at the SECC between 27-29 November, is Scotland's biggest and best fashion and beauty show and is billed as “the ultimate girly weekend” as some 19,000 people get to see the very best female fashion out there.
Commenting, Jessica Florence Jewellery Director Paula Gibson said:
“I’m really looking forward to the Ladies Evening at the end of May. This will be a great chance for ladies in Dumfries to pamper themselves, relax with some retail therapy and, more importantly, raise some money for a very worthwhile cause at the same time.”
“It’s been a very busy start to 2015 for Jessica Florence Jewellery. There are a number of wedding fayres taking place across the Dumfries and Galloway region and that has many brides-to-be have been able to find out more about the jewellery that I produce.”
“These types of events and fayres are very important to my business. They give me the opportunity to showcase the range of jewellery I have created while also letting people find out about the type of jewellery that can be a made especially for any occasion.”