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Models to gear up for catwalk in charity fashion show

MODELS will be strutting their stuff on the catwalk in Stourport as part of a charity fashion show designed to raise money for Acorns Children’s Hospice.

Money raised at the event will be donated to hospices in Walsall, Selly Oak and Worcester, to help provide care for children with life-threatening conditions and their families.

Organiser Sheila Law, 72, of Stourport – who volunteers at the Worcester hospice – hopes her debut show will raise £1,000 from tickets, a raffle, and an auction of clothes.

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She said: "It is the first time I have ever organised a fashion show so it is a bit scary!

"My biggest worry at the moment is getting the models there as they are all very nervous!

"I have got 12 models in total who range from 12-years-old to the late 40s.

"The girls are very excited to take part and they were jumping for joy when I asked them.

"I have one older gentlemen who I think it looking forward to it too, but he won’t admit it!"

"Clothes will be modelled by volunteers which can be bought after the show.

"We have some super raffle prizes including meals, afternoon tea, hairdressing, and jewellery vouchers.

"All money raised will go to Acorns Hospices.

"The hospice is a happy place. It is a place where the parents can have a look around to decide whether their child can come.

"Parents like that their children are quite happy, safe and secure when they are here.

"As 70% of our income comes from donations, we need to raise as much as we can."

Tickets to the show on Wednesday, September 7, at M&Co clothes store on Lombard Street, cost £5 and can be bought from the door, with the evening beginning at 6.30pm.

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