Fun and fundraising both in fashion in Fleetwood

Jasmine Norton, second from left with her staff Tyla Gregory, Chloe Williamson and Lucy Johnstone

Jasmine Norton, second from left with her staff Tyla Gregory, Chloe Williamson and Lucy Johnstone

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The hottest fashions were on display in aid of a good cause, with a special event at Fleetwood Town FC.

A fashion show, organised by Jasmine’s Boutique, of Lord Street, Fleetwood, was held to raise money for Bispham-based Trinity Hospice.

Lilias Bow, Pauline Barton, Fran Gawne and Irene Ollsen

Lilias Bow, Pauline Barton, Fran Gawne and Irene Ollsen

The latest spring/summer collections, as well as a Moss Brothers collection, were modelled on the catwalk.

There was also a raffle with more than 50 prizes, including MAC make-overs, £50 worth of clothes and Fleetwood Town game tickets.

More than 200 guests were able to enjoy champagne, cupcakes and a free sweet buffet, as well as a fun photo booth.

There was entertainment, including a DJ, bongo-drummer and performances by Starmakers.

Members of Starmakers entertain the audience

Members of Starmakers entertain the audience

Jasmine Norton, owner of Jasmine’s Boutique, said the night had been a big success.

She said more than £600 had been raised on the night, with more money still coming in.

“The stall-holders said they had a really good night, everyone seemed to really enjoy it,” Jasmine added.

“The fashion show went really well, the models were great.

Joan Wall, Ann Smedley, Clare Griffiths and Jackie Cox

Joan Wall, Ann Smedley, Clare Griffiths and Jackie Cox

“I’m really pleased.”

Paula Clark, Kymi Taylor and Monika Taylor

Paula Clark, Kymi Taylor and Monika Taylor

Edith Brown, Francesca Adams, Lyndsey Hamadi, Cath Harding and Vanessa Lett

Edith Brown, Francesca Adams, Lyndsey Hamadi, Cath Harding and Vanessa Lett

Emma Howard, Najla and Linda Dabaa

Emma Howard, Najla and Linda Dabaa