On Thursday 1st October, Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity held its second Fashion Show event at Middlewich Town Hall Function Suite. The event received amazing support from the local community with a great turn out by local residents, who raised a fantastic £400 towards the MRI Scanner Appeal.
An action-packed, fun evening was had by all who attended. Along with the fashion show, there were also numerous stalls featuring womenswear, handbags, shoes, make up, jewellery and luxury goods, who all benefitted greatly from the event as well as a raffle that concluded the evening’s activities. A huge thank you goes to the actual models on the catwalk, which featured volunteers from Middlewich High School’s Year 11, namely Millie Webb, Milah McElory, Siobhan Shaw, Macie Ellis, Beth Gee, Mimi Crosthwaite and Tigerlili Roberts.
Headmaster of Middlewich High School Keith Simpson comments, “As the sole provider of secondary education in Middlewich, we are always looking for opportunities for our students to become involved in supporting the local community.” Mr. Simpson continues, “We are immensely proud of our students, who demonstrated both initiative and generosity by volunteering to be involved, and we thank them for representing our school with such responsibility. I would also like to thank Elaine Atkin-Nash and Kate Williams for their personal efforts in coordinating the students”.
Hair styling was provided by Charlotte Tribe Hairdressing, and make-up applied by Helen Goodall and Rachael Spearing from Arbonne International. New season outfits were provided from local retailers including Fat Face of Nantwich, Laundry Boutique of Northwich and The Promenade, along with bridal and occasion wear by Caroline’s Occasions of Sandbach. The entire event was compered by Redshift Radio’s Liz Southall and Kedren Elliot.
Laura Riddle, Charity Manager, commented on the Fashion Show, “I’d like to thank all participants who came together to make the evening such a success. The Middlewich community can be proud of how they pulled together to ensure the fashion show ran smoothly and was an event to remember.” Laura continues, “Events like this are critical to the success of our appeal and spreading the word about the need for a new MRI Scanner at Leighton Hospital.”