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Fashion show raises £1,400
10:16am Monday 2nd December 2013 in News
A FASHION show in aid of a special needs playgroup has raised £1,400.
Travelling Trends ran the event at Romsey’s Crosfield Hall, in aid of Romsey Opportunity Group.
Six local models showcased the latest range of high street fashions, which were being sold on the night at bargain prices.
Juliet from Clarins and Jo from Estee Lauder at Bradbeers, came to do the make-up for the models, and organised free gift bags for the guests to take away, as well as donating raffle prizes.
There were over 80 people at the show, including the Mayor of Test Valley, Janet Whiteley and her husband, Councillor Neville Whiteley and the Deputy Mayor of Romsey, Peter Hurst and his wife, Kathy, also attended.
The event, which also featured stalls selling jewellery, books and makeup, raised £700 on the night – a sum which was match funded by Barclays Bank in Romsey.
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