Charity Sale In Aid Of School In India

Local woman inspired to help school while her husband was directing a film

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Local resident Penny Madden was inspired to become involved with a school for disadvantaged children in Rajastan when she spent some time in the country while her husband, John Madden, was directing the sequel to the film “The Best  Exotic Marigold Hotel”. John also directed the original film.

Now a sale in aid of the Horizon West school will take place on Saturday July 5th (11-5) and Sunday 6th (11-2) at The Studio, 14, Priory Avenue W4 1TZ.

The sale consists of items Penny sourced in India in aid of the school in Rajastan, which is run by volunteers.The sale will include cushions, scarves, bags, silver necklaces etc.


Penny says: “I'm having a sale of items I designed and sourced while I was in India: cushion covers, bags, glasses cases, scarves, and jewelry.  The sale is in aid of a rural school I became involved with in Rajasthan, run by volunteers, for children who would not otherwise be getting an education.”

"All profit goes to the school. We do not keep any of the proceeds"


July 4, 2014

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