Fashion and healthy living show to help Kenilworth Centre
A FASHION and health show will be staged to boost the coffers of the charity which runs The Kenilworth Centre as part of its campaign to show that it’s a community centre for all ages and not just youth.
The show next Thursday, from 7pm, is at the centre, by the Abbey End car park, and is organised by Kenilworth-based nutritional consultant Elizabeth Beetham and her company Power for Health.
The health journalist, who wrote a weekly column for the Courier-Kenilworth Weekly News series, has been involved in the fitness and health industry for more than seven years, gained a BSc in holistic nutrition, and has been to India to research Ayurvedic medicine.
Mrs Beetham, who recently became a trustee of the centre, said: “I love Kenilworth and wanted to give something back. I went to the centre as a representative of the Chamber of Trade and was very impressed with what I saw and what they are trying to achieve.”
She said clothes will be by Ruffles, of Randall Road, and other Kenilworth businesses with stands and donating raffle prizes include Pepper Black gifts, the Orangery florists, Yellow Pepper hairdressing, The Loft nails and beauty, Sylvesters jewellery, Gecko photography, the Clarendon Arms and Power for Health. Tickets are £10.
As well as youth events, the centre has a creche, and caters for martial arts, dance and yoga classes. Kenilworth Lib Dem councillor John Whitehouse, chairman of the trustees, said: “The show has two big pluses – raising money and bringing a different type of people into the centre and they can see what facilities we have. We need to grow more income from lettings.”
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