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Emmerdale Stars Wedding Dress to be modelled by Miss Commonwealth Scotland at UCAN Fashion Show.
The stunning wedding dress worn in ITV television soap Emmerdale by character Donna Windsor, played by actress Verity Rushmore, will be modelled by Miss Commonwealth Scotland, Amanda-Jane Taylor
at UCAN Fashion Show May 2006.
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Emmerdale Wedding Dress
Donna Windsor married Marlon Dingle (actor Mark Charnock) the chef. Her mother, Viv Windsor (actress Deena Payne), renewed her marriage vows to Bob Hope (actor Tony Audenshaw) in the same ceremony by Emmerdale vicar Rev Ashley Thomas (played by actor John Middleton).
The event at Miami Beach, Aberdeen Beach on Wednesday 17 May, is from 7pm - 9pm with a party until midnight. The event is being organised by John Lewis, Aberdeen. It will feature clothes from top designers and high street stores including Calvin Klein, Coast and Mexx.
The evening event is in aid of UCAN the urological cancer charity, which this year is being sponsored by The Press & Journal newspaper.
Tickets are priced at £15, which includes:
- Reception drink
- Surprise celebrity guests
- Charity auction
- Live music and dance
Tickets can be bought at John Lewis in Bon Accord Centre
and The Press & Journal Shop, Union Street.
The TV Emmerdale wedding dress will then be on show at the Emmerdale Extravaganza
, Inchmarlo near Banchory, on 3 June where raffle tickets to win the dress will again be on sale. The Emmerdale wedding dress was the work of designers Brides International of Harrogate and was kindly donated to raffle for UCAN, to La'Orr Boutique and D2 Marketing. Wedding company La'Orr Boutique has chosen Miss Commonwealth Scotland as The Face of their company for the 2nd year.
The winner will be announced in Dedicated 2 Weddings magazine in July. The UCAN charity hopes to raise £2 million to provide a centre of excellence for urology in the Aberdeenshire region.
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