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L-R Trish Johnson, Kylie Peterie Amie Want, Dorelle Newton, Kerry Bell and Allira Newton . Images: Lynne Mowbray

High Tea, fashion and fun

Lynne Mowbray |

The Maclean Bowling Club held their third annual Maclean Cup Fashion Parade and High Tea on Saturday, in the lead up to this year’s July Racing Carnival, in Grafton.

Around 90 guests who attended, were dressed in their fascinators and finery and sipped on a glass of champagne, before taking their seats to be served High Tea.

A fashion parade followed the High Tea, with an array of models displaying race wear and accessories, which were supplied by Clovelly Fashions, Leonie May Millinery, Ta’Chele Australis and Heart of Space.

There were plenty of prizes and a raffle as well as prizes for the best dressed lady and best hat.

In the past two years almost $4000 has been raised from the running of this event, with $2,900 donated to the Maclean Hospital Auxiliary and $1,700 donated to the Clarence Valley Family and Domestic committee.

All money raised from this year’s event will go to the Maclean Hospital Auxiliary.

Back – L-R Tameka Corbett and Joy Allen, Front – Therese Dwyer and Glenys Addison
L-R Virginia Nicholson and Carolyn Byrum of Maclean
L-R Dara Cansdell, Jo Lewis, Jess Frank and Christine Cannon
Ladies from around the valley came together for the Maclean Bowling Club’s Maclean Cup Fashion Parade and High Tea, on Saturday afternoon
L-R Jean Butcher, Maureen Robertson and Robyn Smith of Maclean
L-R Annette Loy, Elsie Balfour and Del Morrison of Maclean.
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