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Heartfelt thanks after charity fashion show for Ukraine raises more than £500

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Staff from the Stroud M&Co store raised more than £500 after staging a fashion show and raffle to help the people of war-torn Ukraine.

Staff members Gemma Gardiner, Tracey Pimm, Dawn Williams and Katie Lambert hit the catwalk and were joined by a Ukrainian family.

Pictures: David Sutton

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Gemma from M& Co said: “Thank you so much to everyone who modelled, and to all the businesses who kindly donated raffle prices, to Party On Up Stroud for giving us a balloon arch & balloons, David Sutton for being our photographer and Angus Pedrick for being our compère.”

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