Charity fashion show at Fanny and Frank in Saffron Walden raises cash for Home-Start Uttlesford

PUBLISHED: 14:55 09 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:55 09 October 2017

The models line up for the cat walk. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

The models line up for the cat walk. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

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Clothes for autumn and winter were modelled at a charity fashion show for Home-Start at Fanny and Frank in Church Street, Saffron Walden on Thursday, October 5.

Linda Robinson from the charity Home-Start Uttlesford. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTOLinda Robinson from the charity Home-Start Uttlesford. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

An appreciative audience cheers the model of this pink coat. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTOAn appreciative audience cheers the model of this pink coat. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

Some 40 tickets were sold and including a raffle, the evening raised £660.

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Linda Robinson MBE, the founder of Home-Start Uttlesford, who was honoured in the New Year’s Honours 2016, spoke describing the work of the charity which supports families in difficulty for various reasons, from crisis to the daily demands when you have triplets.

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Compere for the evening was Fanny and Frank’s owner, Karen Wolff Evans and there were seven smiling volunteer models who wore a range of outfits including evening dress, smart trousers, warm winter coats with wraps. Hair was styled by Riccio Hair Design.

Karen Wolff Evans comperes the event. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTOKaren Wolff Evans comperes the event. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

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Shop manager Alison Jones said: Home-Start is a charity dear to our hearts and well-supported in Saffron Walden.”


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