Melbourn fashion party raises more than £1,000 for Royston and South Cambs branch of Home-Start charity

PUBLISHED: 18:20 21 November 2016 | UPDATED: 18:22 21 November 2016

Tracy Aggett from Home-Start and Sally Saunders of Esse Retail & Therapy  in Melbourn.

Tracy Aggett from Home-Start and Sally Saunders of Esse Retail & Therapy in Melbourn.


The team from Royston and South Cambs’ branch of family support charity Home-Start got the chance to enjoy a charity fashion party hosted by Sally Saunders of Esse in Melbourn.

Guests were given a glass of wine and looked at clothes on sale before being treated to a fashion show.

Sally said: “It is always a pleasure holding a fashion party at Esse for Home-Start.

“We raised £1,156 which is more important now than ever as they receive no government funding.”

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