Press Release: Marsh & Parsons to sponsor the Barnes Charity Fashion Show
Wed 07 Sep 2011
Marsh & Parsons is proud to be sponsoring the first ever Barnes Charity Fashion Show this September.
The show will be hosted by Zac Goldsmith, the local MP for Richmond Park. The evening will also feature a performance from London jazz singer Carron Dawn Wright, who will be co-hosting the show.
The event takes place on the 29th September at St Marys Church, Church Road, Barnes at 7pm, beginning with entertainment from Carron Dawn Wright before the show.The Fashion Show will showcase the latest collections from Barnes' local boutiques, and aims to raise money for three local charities - The Barn Elms Sports Trust, the Castelnau Community Centre, and The Friends of St. Marys Barnes.
Peter Rollings, chief executive of Marsh & Parsons, said "We jumped at the opportunity to help out. These three charities do wonderful work for the community, and we are glad to be able to help their fundraising efforts so that they might continue their important role in the local area. But the event is also an opportunity to showcase the talent of Barnes' boutiques and bring the community together. We are proud to be offering our support and are sure the show will be a roaring success."
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Dan Pike / Neil Mackwood 0207 427 1430 / 0207 427 1400
Marsh & Parsons has been part of the London property scene since 1856. The sales and lettings agent has 15 offices situated in prime positions across central, west and south London. They have an intimate and extensive knowledge of the area.
Marsh & Parsons are an independent and professional firm with a 'can-do' attitude covering all aspects of residential property. They aim to establish individual relationships with clients through a business built on energy, agility, professionalism and knowledge. Their business aim is to be the agent who not only understands the local area around their offices better than any other agent, but also to be at the heart of the community.