Topsham fashion show raises money for Shelterbox
A FASHION show held in Matthews Hall helped raise money for Shelterbox.
The event, organised through the help of House of Fraser and the Rotary Club of Exeter Southernhay, raised �550 for the international disaster relief charity.
More than 100 fashion enthusiasts attended the show, held last Tuesday, February 8.
It is the fourth event of its kind to be held at Matthews Hall.
Paul Bliss, a former president of the Rotary Club of Exeter Southernhay, said: “It was a successful evening. Everybody who came along had a good time and we managed to raise a nice sum for Shelterbox.”
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Six models from House of Fraser showed off a range of clothes. Another six members of staff from the department store helped with dress changeovers.
As well as providing the clothing, House of Fraser took their own manekins.
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Pat Aldridge, from the Rotary Club, who helped publicise the event, said: “It was a very happy, relaxed evening.”