GALLERY: Volunteers turn on the style for Wisbech Salvation Army fashion show

12:43 19 May 2014

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army's charity shop in Wisbech held a fashion show at the Salvation Army Hall, Members, Staff and Volunteers dressed to impress. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Volunteers donned stylish evening and casual ware and took to the catwalk for a charity shop’s fashion show on Saturday.

The Salvation Army’s show at the Salvation Army Hall in John Thompson Road, Wisbech, raised more than £300.

Volunteers at the shop modelled items and there was a sale and snacks afterwards.

Shop manager Sandra Stevenson said: “We started with bridal ware then moved on to evening and casual ware before finishing with night ware.

“It went really well. There was a very good turnout and we made more than we expected.

“The money will make quite a big difference as most of it will be spent on Wisbech.

“We are already planning another fashion show with an autumn range.”

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