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By Fiona Reid
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A CHARITY fashion show has raised over £2000 for Hospice UK.

The glamorous event at the Cocoabean chocolate factory in Twynholm last Thursday was organised by the Clydesdale Bank in Dumfries and Galloway as part of Business Week.

It was attended by 150 local businesswomen, who enjoyed a chocolate making demonstration and a catwalk display courtesy of the Panache boutique from Castle Douglas.

Picture by Christian Cooksey/CookseyPix.com. For further information please contact Charlene Sweeney at the Big Partnership on 0141 333 9585 The Clydesdale Bank hosted a charity fashion show at the CocoaBean Factory, Twynholm, Dumfries and Galloway.  The show provided customers and contacts with a major networking oppurtunity and helped raise funds for the Help the Hospices campaign. Pictured LtoR. Model, Susan Johnstone, Eileen Hornell, Karen Nicholson, David Hannon (all Clydesdale Bank), Jane McMiken (owner of Panache Ladies Clothing store), Helen Mitchell (Clydesdale Bank and a model.

Left to right: model Susan Johnstone; Eileen Hornell, Karen Nicholson, David Hannon, all Clydesdale Bank; Panache boutique owner Jane McMiken; the bank’s Helen Mitchell; and a model

The evening raised £2100 for Hospice UK, including £1050 in match funding provided by Clydesdale Bank, their charity partner.
David Hannon, head of Clydesdale Bank’s Business and Private Banking Centre in Carlisle, which organised the charity fashion show, said: “We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all who took part in the event and those who dug deep to contribute to a very worthy cause.”

Picture by Christian Cooksey/CookseyPix.com. For further information please contact Charlene Sweeney at the Big Partnership on 0141 333 9585 The Clydesdale Bank hosted a charity fashion show at the CocoaBean Factory, Twynholm, Dumfries and Galloway.  The show provided customers and contacts with a major networking oppurtunity and helped raise funds for the Help the Hospices campaign. Pictured are the models with From 6th left Helen Mitchell, Eileen Hornell, Susan Johnstone, David Hannon (All Clydesdale Bank), Jane McMiken (owner of Panache Ladies clothing shop) and Karen Nicholson (clydesdale Bank).

Pictured are the models, organisers and Clydesdale Bank representatives
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