MORE than £3,000 of glittering prizes are up for grabs when a North-East racecourse celebrates “Ladies’ Day” next week.
Thousands of glamorous ladies, along with partners, will be putting on the style at Redcar Races on Saturday, June 22.
As well as a packed programme of racing, the day will feature a fashion show by Redcar-based Betty Leigh Boutique, as well as Best-Dressed Lady and Best Hat competitions.
First prize for Best-Dressed Lady comprises:
- Overnight stay for two at luxurious Rockliffe Hall, near Darlington, with dinner in The Orangery, a spa treatment each, and Spa Garden session.
- Gucci necklace, Gucci bracelet, and £150 gift voucher from Market Cross Jewellers.
- Personal shopping experience and £50 gift voucher from Betty Leigh Boutique.
- Hospitality for four, including champagne and cocktails, provided by The Prosecco Quarter.•
- Bouquet and bottle of champagne
Second prize features an Olivia Burton watch, Olivia Burton necklace, Olivia Burton bracelet and £100 gift voucher from Market Cross Jewellers, plus a Moroccan Oil gift, provided by Orange Kerr Hair & Beauty.
Third prize is a Guess watch, Guess necklace, and Guess earrings from Market Cross Jewellers, plus Swarcroft hair products, provided by Orange Kerr Hair & Beauty
First prize in the Best Hat competition is a bespoke Hat, provided by Chic Hats, plus Cloud 9 curling wand, mini-straighteners, and gift voucher from Orange Kerr Hair & Beauty. A bouquet of flowers and bottle of champagne will also be presented to the winner.
Second prize is a Swarovski Bracelet, Swarovski earrings and £150 gift voucher from Market Cross Jewellers. And third prize is a Tommy Hilfiger watch, Les Georgette bangle, and £50 gift voucher, provided by Market Cross Jewellers.
For “little ladies”, Cinderella and her friends will be mixing with the racegoers on a day fit for a princess.
Amy Fair, Redcar’s general manager, said: “We are thrilled with the standard of prizes kindly donated by our generous sponsors. We know the ladies of the North-East will again put on a spectacular show, but we want to see the gents coming along too to show their support.”
Meanwhile, last year’s Best-dressed Lady, Jodie Lawson, from Redcar, has revealed that she donated her prizes to be auctioned for a cancer charity foundation.
Jodie raised £2,000 for the foundation after meeting the family of 10-year-old Ethan Maull, from Lincolnshire, who died of bone cancer in May 2014.
The Ethan Maull Up Yours To Cancer Foundation is raising money to build a house near Lincoln Hospital so cancer patients and their families can have a “home from home” while receiving treatment.
Jodie said: “It was a thrill to win the competition and the prizes were lovely but I wanted to use them to help towards a great cause.”