On Thursday 22nd March the Neuro Therapy Centre was thrilled once again to join forces with local business Laundry b to host our 2018 fashion show in support of the Centre.
We are please to announce that over 90 guests joined us for an evening at 1539 Restaurant & Bar, situated in the stunning grounds of Chester Racecourse. The night kicked off with a breath-taking vocal performance by Melissa Jeffrey setting the pace for a fun-filled evening of energetic dance performances and catwalks. A pop up shop provided the perfect opportunity to do a little shopping, complete with glittering jewellery, handbags and beautiful clothes allowing our guests to dive into and experience the endless glamor of shopping at Laundry b.
The show was opened by ex-Hammond School students who danced their way down the catwalk to Club Tropicana wearing Laundry b’s equally as vibrant summer collection. The evening continued with Laundry b showcasing a selection of ladies summer and evening wear in between a delicious two course supper by the 1536 Restaurant.
Dawn Robinson, from Laundry b, was thrilled with how the evening went. “It’s always a pleasure to work with the Neuro Therapy Centre as it’s a local charity that is so close to my heart. It was a wonderful evening and customers, who came to the evening, have not stopped saying how much they enjoyed themselves. It has been a joy to work with all the staff at the centre to create such a fabulous event.”
The evening concluded with a raffle containing a plentiful collection of prizes donated by local businesses, and a vocal performance by Elishama Melbourne. In total the evening raised over £1700 for the Centre.
Jane Johnston-Cree, Centre Manager of the Neuro Therapy Centre was delighted the evening was such a success. “This is the 5th year we have done the Fashion Show with Laundry b and we are pleased to have worked with them again on this popular event. We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has helped raise funds for the Centre by donating their time, money and prizes for the raffle, we had a fantastic response and cannot thank people enough for their generosity. All the money raised will help ensure our continued provision of therapies and support to local people affected by neurological conditions.”
Photographs by Jaine Briscoe-Price of http://www.jainebriscoe-price.co.uk/