Fashion show raises over £1,800 for QAHH

April 11, 2017qahhNews
QAHH Nurse, Margaret, takes to the catwalk

QAHH Nurse, Margaret, takes to the catwalk

Last week, The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home (QAHH) brought some glitz and glamour to Worthing, as it held a fabulous fashion show and raised over £1,800 towards the care and rehabilitation of disabled veterans.

The show featured a range of fashions for all occasions. Girls from Davison High School and some QAHH staff began by modelling fabulously glamorous evening and special-occasion wear, courtesy of local dress boutique, Velvet Birdcage. There were also outfits for work, leisure and day wear, including new, as-new, designer and vintage clothing, much of which was kindly donated by QAHH supporters.

The models’ hair was styled by Richard John hair and beauty salon, and make-up was provided by Allure Hair and Beauty at Northbrook College.

On the night, there were also stalls selling a range of accessories, jewellery and make-up.

Event organiser, Helen Bennett, said: “Thank you to all who have made this event possible, enabling us to raise much needed funds for our residents. The money raised by the fashion show will fund the 24-hour nursing, rehabilitation, respite and end of life care we provide. It was a truly fantastic evening, and all our models looked so professional!”

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