Charity fashion show success
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Bromford and Debenhams have teamed up to host a charity fashion show which has raised over £700 for victims of domestic violence in Staffordshire.
Bromford chose to support the Pathway Project, a service to help those suffering domestic abuse, as part of its 50th year activities.
Sam Zeen, store manager of Debenhams in Lichfield said: “We were keen to get involved as we have built a good relationship with Bromford after using its premises in a recent recruitment drive for our new store in Lichfield. The success of this night has made us wonder why we haven’t done this before – in fact, we’re now going to plan another one for the Pathway Project, a great cause.”
The fashion show took place at the Lichfield Garrick Theatre and amongst the models showing off the latest Debenhams ranges were past service users of the Pathway Project. Kathy Coe of the Pathway Project said: ”It was very brave for those women to model. Through our work we meet some really wonderful women and we also support men and children. It’s a special job and a blessing and this additional funding will help us to help more people living in distress. Thanks to Bromford and Debenhams for making this happen.”
Tracy Cadwallader, Bromford facilities manager said: “We are delighted that the night was such a success and everyone really enjoyed themselves. This is a fantastic result and we are looking forward to doing more with Debenhams so watch this space!”
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