Pampering for hospice with Marlborough fashion show

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Amateur models took to the catwalk in Marlborough to raise money for Dorothy House Amateur models took to the catwalk in Marlborough to raise money for Dorothy House

A day of pampering and fashion helped raise money for Dorothy House at Marlborough Town Hall on Sunday.

Luna Boutiques, in Kings-bury Street, put on two fashion shows upstairs during the all-day event, as customers and staff modelled the outfits.

Shop owner Caroline Main-waring said: “It was an epic day. It went so well.

“The first fashion show was really special, because it was so spontaneous. We didn’t have chance to have a run-through, so backstage was really manic but the audience didn’t have a clue.

“We had really good feedback, because the models were different ages and sizes and people really liked that they could see the broad collection and how it would actually look.”

Visitors enjoyed a variety of fashion stalls, beauty treatments and tarot readings.

Mrs Mainwaring said: “We want to keep doing events for charity, but we want to keep it fresh so there are a few ideas going round at the moment.

“Hopefully, word will spread and once people get to know us we’ll have more coming.”

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