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Fashion the feature at Allman Park

Sponsors, Oak Tree regional manager Melissa Luck and director Mark Bindon, are excited to kick off the races.
Sponsors, Oak Tree regional manager Melissa Luck and director Mark Bindon, are excited to kick off the races. Georja Ryan

TODAY is all about the ladies and all about the fashion with the Oak Tree Ladies' Day races.

Oak Tree director Mark Bindon said the opportunity to sponsor the race day was one that highlighted what their organisation was all about.

"Oak Tree is all regional-based and part of that concept is to connect with the community," Mr Bindon said.

The races are the launch of Oak Tree's events over Seniors Week next week.

But, that's not to say it's all about the retirees.

Regional manager Melissa Luck said, being a ladies' day, the focus would be on the fashion.

"All our residents are coming over with their hats and fascinators and it's a good excuse to get all dressed up," Ms Luck said.

"I'm looking forward to high fashion this weekend."

Gates open at 11am today so, ladies, put on your swanky stilettos and extravagant hats and get down to Allman Park.

Entry for ladies and children under 15 is free and $10 for the fellas.

Topics:  fashion, races, warwick




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