OXFORDSHIRE'S brides-to-be can get their hands on designer wedding gowns at 70 per cent the usual price.

Bicester Village is hosting a pop-up with Brides do Good in April and May.

Brides do Good is a social enterprise that protects children from child marriage.

Top designers have donated dreamy wedding dresses - and these can be bought by Oxforshire brides at up to 70 per cent off.

And, to celebrate the pop-up launch, the enterprise would like to offer a 50% discount on appointments for forward-thinking brides-to-be who are living in the county.

The discount code is LOCAL50 which Oxfordshire brides can use when booking online.

Brides do Good is also asking former brides to bring along their wedding dresses so that they can be sold on.

Chantal Khoueiry, Founder of Brides Do Good, says: “A few years ago, my friends and I were discussing wedding gowns. Everyone had spent thousands of pounds on their dream wedding dress but only wore it once, and now it was sitting in a cupboard collecting dust somewhere.

I started thinking about the millions of beautiful wedding gowns that were boxed up in storage, when they could be enjoyed by another bride. My mind then went to the millions of girls that are forced into early marriage and a life without education each year - and inspiration struck!

Fast forward to now, and Brides do Good offers brides-to-be a more ethical way to wed, by connecting the power of wedding dress shopping with the needs of these disadvantaged young girls. We are a movement: by women for girls.

We are excited to be returning to Bicester Village again this year and look forward to showcasing our latest array of dresses, from a mixture of coveted luxury brands and designers. The event is a fantastic opportunity to not only help brides-to-be to find their dream gown, but also to learn more about the life-changing work that we are carrying out around the world.”

To book an appointment, visit bridesdogood