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Not A Fashion Show

13 August 13 words: Advertorial
The red carpet is being rolled out for people to celebrate their individuality
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Not a Fashion Show 2010 - photo: Alan Thompson

The National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS), England and Wales’ a leading provider of services for young people and vulnerable adults, are hosting three events across England this summer to highlight the experiences of children in care. A Celebration of Style - NotaFashion Show, comes to Nottingham on 14 August to tie in with International Youth Day.

The event aims to demonstrate the range of cultural differences within our city and each person’s entitlement to the same opportunities. NYAS will select people who ‘display their individuality’ to walk the red carpet. This group includes civic dignitaries, members of the judiciary, police and spiritual leaders all dressed in their robes of office.

Also included are those who express their individuality through the clothes they wear and young people who have been in, or are in, care. At each event there will be the chance for members of the public to sign a pledge in support of NYAS’ campaign to improve opportunities for these vulnerable children.

A Celebration of Style - NotaFashion Show takes place at The Exchange Arcade, Nottingham at 6pm on 14 August.

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