All busy on the Homelife front

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MORE than 10,000 Islanders are expected to the attend the Jersey Evening Post Homelife Show this weekend.

The three-day event, which was officially opened by the Lieutenant-Governor, Sir John McColl, features cooking demonstrations from three Michelin-starred chefs, produce from Genuine Jersey members and, of course, all the inspiration home owners could ever need when undertaking a renovation project.

Meanwhile, the JEP stand features aerial pictures of the Island as well as the opportunity for youngsters to have their photograph taken with children's page bear Jepson.

Homelife Show director Julie Settle said that she was looking forward to a busy weekend. She said: 'We had a good queue of people waiting for the show to open at 12 o'clock and there are a lot of people out there looking around and buying products already, so that's good for the exhibitors.'

Full story in Saturday's JEP

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