Christmas shopping and lifestyle show takes place at Seckford Hall, Woodbridge on November 30

Sonia Shelcott, from Mill River Publicity, Pam Davis, from Fashion Candy Style, Denis Frucoot, Gener

Sonia Shelcott, from Mill River Publicity, Pam Davis, from Fashion Candy Style, Denis Frucoot, General Manager of Seckford Hall Hotel, Karen Hare, from Cancer Campaign and Kim Brown, from Boleyn Events, gather to prepare for the Luxury Christmas and Lifestyle Show. - Credit: Su Anderson

People are being invited to a Christmas shopping and lifestyle show later this month, which will also raise funds for a good cause.

A pop-up fashion shop and fashion show, a raffle and dozens of stalls selling various items will be among the attractions during the event at Seckford Hall Hotel, near Woodbridge, on November 30.

Proceeds from the event will go towards Cancer Campaign in Suffolk, which helped set up the John Le Vay Cancer Information Centre at Ipswich Hospital 10 years ago.

Karen Hare, chief executive of the charity, said: “It has grown and grown over the last 10 years, it is very much an oasis and a place where people can go and find information for themselves when it is right for them.”

The event is being organised by Boleyn Events and promoted by Millriver Publicity.

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The hotel has agreed to give up its space for free while it has also been supported by Archant Suffolk, publisher of the EADT and Ipswich Star, the JuiceWorks and Town 102.

Sonia Shelcott, of Millriver, said: “We decided we would like to raise more money for the charity at a stand-alone event. It is nice to support a local charity.

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“You can see firsthand when you go to the John Le Vay centre how it is being used.”

Mrs Hare added: “Everything we do is for people in Suffolk, the money raised goes to people in Suffolk. The support that we get is huge for us.”

Entry is £5 per person and free for children – there will also be free parking.

To book a ticket online you can visit

The event takes place between 11am-3pm.

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