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Carlisle fashion show raises over £1,000 for local hospice

P1050483[A]n annual fashion show hosted by Austin Friars School in Carlisle has raised £1,076 to help the care, support and activities provided at Jigsaw’s Cumbria’s Children’s Hospice.

This year’s event took place during April and included clothing from House of Fraser, Ivy and KoKoa Bride along with items of clothing made by the pupils, which included pompoms. The pompoms will then be used as part of the hospice’s Guinness World Record attempt.

The money raised during the fashion will help the local charity to provide the highest standards of care, support and activities to local adults and children with life limiting illnesses. This care and compassion is extended to all of the children and young adults’ families, friends and carers.

Since 2002 the kindness, generosity and support of the pupils and staff at Austin Friars School has helped to raised £29,000 in aid of Jigsaw and Eden Valley Hospice.

This year’s fashion show also raised £1,076 in aid of Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland.

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