Unique Charity Event next weekend

This weekend is your chance to shop for special gifts whilst supporting a charity that saves lives, and reflect on lifestyle changes to benefit you and your family.

The Cancer Research UK Pink Gift Fair and wellbeing event is set to be the perfect tonic for all this September, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th from 9.30am-4pm each day, admission is a £3 donation with free adjacent parking, onsite café and disabled facilities at Parkside (Horsham council offices next to the Black Jug public house).

There’s always something different to be found at the Cancer Research UK Pink Gift Fair and wellbeing event which raises money for the Sussex Cancer Research UK laboratories that seek to find cures for all 200 types of cancer.

This fair is unique in offering you retail therapy and wellbeing therapists that can help you to improve your wellbeing. So if you desire fun of finding original gifts in the two halls of Parkside or chatting in a relaxed atmosphere with qualified therapist then this is your event with chances to win amazing prizes from the Tree of Hope and Chances or in the luxury pre-drawn raffle.

Stalls include handmade jewellery, fabulous fashion, kids collections, food and drink, homewares, menswear, gifts, toiletries as well as wellbeing stalls offering products and taster therapy sessions.

Each day free wellbeing demonstrations will take place from 10am till 3pm.

Wellbeing professionals offering hands on education and honest advice to assist your complete wellbeing will be in the Parkside Orangery. So if you would like to be involved in a session, try something that you haven’t tried before or just want to come and have a chat and a biscuit, take advantage of the daily free demonstrations from 10am to 3pm.

All in all the fair is set to be a winner for all concerned, so please do come along as together we can beat cancer sooner whilst having an enjoyable visit to this Horsham fair.



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