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Heels on the Hill hits Dungannon

Heels on Hill returns to Dungannon

Heels on Hill returns to Dungannon

The hottest ticket in Tyrone this season has got to be for the Dungannon style extravaganza - ‘Heels on The Hill’.

Now established as a firm favourite on the Autumn Winter fashion calendar, the sell-out event is returning for a third successive year, on Thursday 25th September.

This year’s show moves away from a traditional catwalk set up, in favour of a more relaxed and intimate style evening where guests can get up close and personal with the clothing and accessory collections.

Guests can look forward to seeing the latest Autumn Winter trends from Dungannon’s favourite high street stores and the abundance of eminent local independent boutiques, not forgetting The Linen Green. Prepare to be wowed by this season’s bold prints and textures, all things sheer or embellished, monastic winter coats, a rainbow of colours ranging from bold orange to forest green and even a throwback to the 1960s!

Not just a night for the ladies, the show will feature a strong collection of menswear from stylish suits to winter woollies and cosy casuals.

Julie Ann Spence, Urban Regeneration Officer, Dungannon & South Tyrone Borough Council comments: “For the third successive year, we look forward to having a peek at the latest fashion trends currently on offer by local retailers as Heels on the Hill returns. This evening promises to be a fashion furore not to be missed!”

Organised by Dungannon & South Tyrone Borough Council in partnership with Dungannon Regeneration Partnership and Dungannon Trades Association the event will be hosted by local style icon and former Miss Northern Ireland – Joanne Salley taking place in the stylish surroundings of Hagan’s Bar, Dungannon on Thursday 25th September at 7.30pm.

Guests will be greeted with a complimentary drinks reception and receive an exciting goodie bag. Your goodie bag will include lots of shopping discounts to be enjoyed. Also in September and October Dungannon residents and shoppers are set to enjoy a huge boost with the news that all public ‘Pay and Display’ car parks in the Dungannn town centre will be free 24/7 during the full months of September and October.

Tickets are priced at £6.00 are available from Ranfurly House Arts & Visitor Centre on 028 8772 8600.

 

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