Models strut their stuff in name of charity
MODELS strutted their stuff on the catwalk in the name of a local charity.
Home-Start Royston and South Cambridgeshire held a fashion party at the Esse store in Melbourn, and raised �1,282 to support their work helping young families in Crow country.
A spokesman for Home-Start said: “On arrival, guests were given a glass of wine and had plenty of time to look around. We were then treated to a fast-moving fashion show with fun background music.
“The models came close to the audience, which enabled us to inspect the clothes and accessories, to see whether they would suit us.
“The changing rooms were then very busy with shoppers trying on the items they had seen and others from the extensive collections in the store.”
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She added: “The total raised – �1,282 – is enough to enable a home-visiting volunteer and our staff team to support a family for almost a year – a great result, especially in these difficult financial times.”
To find out more about the work of Home-Start, visit www.hsrsc.co.uk or call 01763 262262.
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