Fashion show raises charity funds

PUBLISHED: 12:20 13 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:20 13 March 2013

Plume proprietor Maggie Clarke (centre), with models Christina Scott, Polly Buckley, Jennie Scott, and Sharron Magarth, at the shop's fashion show for Hospiscare.

Plume proprietor Maggie Clarke (centre), with models Christina Scott, Polly Buckley, Jennie Scott, and Sharron Magarth, at the shop's fashion show for Hospiscare.

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A Budleigh fashion boutique has raised more than £1,000 for Hospiscare with its latest fashion show.

And that means that Plume, in Fore Street, has now raised more than £10,000 for the charity since it was founded nine years ago.

Plume holds regular fashion shows in March and September, over two nights, to show off its latest collections and support Hospiscare.

The latest event saw four models showcase collections from Australia, Canada, Europe and the UK, with a Caribbean soundtrack and champagne being served, and £1,230 was raised.


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