Putting on the style

Customers of a Wisbech clothes store got to strut their stuff down the catwalk and raised about £1,700 for the Breast Cancer Campaign. The 10 customers of M&Co, which has a shop in High Street, modelled the casual summer clothing the store will be selling

Customers of a Wisbech clothes store got to strut their stuff down the catwalk and raised about £1,700 for the Breast Cancer Campaign.

The 10 customers of M&Co, which has a shop in High Street, modelled the casual summer clothing the store will be selling.

More than 80 tickets were sold for the event, held at the shop, with visitors also able to get their hands on any clothes the store had on general sale. A raffle, held on the night, also boosted the total.

Suzanne Wiles, store manager and event organiser, said: "We have to thank everyone who attended and supported the charity."


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M&Co raises money for a charity each year, through various events held at its stores nationwide, and this year's charity is Breast Cancer Campaign, the only charity which specialises in funding independent breast cancer research in the UK.

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