The Search Is On For Stalls For The Pink Gift Fair 2017

The search is on for stalls for the Pink Gift Fair 2017

Picture by Brighton Togs/Skye Brackpool - 07973677017 20140123 Cancer Research UK Sussex Uni Cancer Research UK funding is enabling a group of scientists at Sussex University to work on ways to give many more people a better chance of beating the disease.   The day included talks by Professor Alan Lehmann and Professor Mark O'Driscoll, followed by a tour of the Laboratories.  (Pictured : Sally Pavey, Steph (Lynn to fill in), Deborah Barleggs and Sarah Reed- With Dr Steve Greyl).
Picture by Vervate/Skye Brackpool – Image of Sally Pavey, volunteer fair organiser, with Dr Steve Grey and other volunteers at the Cancer Research Brighton Research Laboratories

Last year the fair raised just under £8,000 for Cancer Research UK Brighton Laboratories and Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity.

This year the fair changes venue to Parkside, the offices of West Sussex and Horsham District Councils, in Horsham, and becomes an official fundraiser for Cancer Research.

“We are looking for companies to apply for stalls before the end of March offering gifts, food, drink, home interior, jewellery, stationery, imagery, fashion and accessories,” said Sally Pavey volunteer fair organiser. “To ensure a kaleidoscope of products are on offer to shoppers, a selection process will take place the first week of April.”

The dates of the fair are Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September with all money raised being donated to Cancer Research UK Brighton Laboratories.

“We are delighted to be supported by Brock Taylor estate agents this year as together we can beat cancer through shopping as every stallholder donates 10% of takings to the cause.”

Visit the new website to download stall applications forms and to find out more details –

Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September
Venue – Parkside, Chartway
Horsham, RH12 1RL

In aid of Cancer Research UK Brighton Laboratories
Registered Charity number CR 1089464.

The Pink Gift Fair, together we can find cures to cancer through shopping