Welcome To Pink Gift Fair
Love Shopping, Hate Cancer?
Love shopping but hate cancer, you will be directly helping to beat cancer sooner through shopping. The fair offers a genuine mix of independent, inspiring stalls to tempt shoppers whilst being assured that for every £1 spent with stallholders 10% will be donated to the Brighton Cancer Research Laboratories that seek to find cures for all 200 types of cancer.
The Pink Gift Fair is in its 2nd year and takes up its residency at West Sussex and Horsham council offices, Parkside. Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September from 9.30am till 4pm each day.
Visitors will not only discover an array of spectacular top-notch design-led products ranging from jewellery to games, from local gin and cheese to home accessories, gifts and toys, from LED lighting to candles, and so much more.
As well as complimentary healthcare professionals taster sessions include - reflexology, aromatherapy, reiki healing, wellbeing through Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and one of the best psychic mediums you will discover in the southeast undertaking Tarot card readings during the fair, and more. Barbara Beechey, from Horley, has been a clairvoyant for over 30 years and uses tarot, clairvoyance and psychometry in her readings that are delivered with sensitivity.
The Pink Gift Fair, with your support, aims to become an annual event for Horsham, as one in two people born in the UK after 1960 will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. Right now, half of the people diagnosed with cancer will survive their disease for at least 10 years.
The aim is to accelerate progress and see 3 in 4 people surviving cancer for 10 years or more by 2034 but this can only be done through research and thus all the money raised from the fair will go direct to the Brighton cancer research laboratories.
Step inside the world of laboratories through Virtual Reality headsets at the fair; see first hand the groundbreaking work that is being undertaken. By examining the DNA profile of cancer suffers to find cures researchers are also finding way to help other diseases along the way.
Admission is £3 that includes a strip of raffle tickets; raffle prizes provided by the stallholders as well as local companies so some very special prizes are awaiting you. Attendees to the fair can use the Parkside car park for an additional £1 donation entrance off Madeira Avenue (off the Swan Walk car park and Bowling alley roundabout).
Visitors can enter a free prize draw to win an Audi car for the weekend.
Outside the front of Parkside visitors will find a vintage merry-go-round and sweet shop as well as face painters, balloons and a Five Oaks Audi car display.
Restaurant in the town lend their support by offering visitors attending the fair a special offer when they show their pink heart stamp.
The Pink Gift Fair is not like any other charity fair as it showcases a treasure trove of stalls in modern surroundings with a coffee shop and disabled facilities on hand.