BDC students taking part in next Sunday’s Cambodian fundraiser (front) Tarnie Noonan, Rebecca Frost and Georgie O’Meara, (rear) Jackson Lloyd, Alex Foreman, Joel Cowling and Matthem Hallen. Bruce Thomas
BDC students taking part in next Sunday’s Cambodian fundraiser (front) Tarnie Noonan, Rebecca Frost and Georgie O’Meara, (rear) Jackson Lloyd, Alex Foreman, Joel Cowling and Matthem Hallen. Bruce Thomas

Clothes are top of the class

STUDENTS from Bishop Druitt College will put their best feet forward next Sunday in a catwalk caper for Cambodia.

The college is sponsoring a high tea and a fashion parade to raise much-needed funds for three charities in Cambodia ahead of a visit to the country by a group of Year 11 students.

For the past five years, pupils have travelled to Cambodia to help build homes and provide services for the needy through the Tabitha Foundation, Sunrise Children's Villages and the Partnering Against Poverty Association.

The parade on Sunday at Novotel Pacific Bay will feature day, evening and sleepwear from Inza, Sensara, Jasmine and Will and Jacqui's Shoe Boutique.

Tickets at $35 each are available at the college office, Sensara, Inza, Jacqui's and from high tea organiser Deborah Mauger on 0409337212.



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