PEOPLE living with sight loss in Sutton will receive a boost from a fashion show being held.
AmandaLadies Fashions in Ashtead is hosting a Charity Fashion Show with all of the proceeds from the event going to Sutton Vision.
Sutton Vision delivers services to residents of the London Borough of Sutton who are blind or partially sighted to help them be independent and active citizens in the community and boost their self esteem.
The services it delivers include early intervention support at St Helier Hospital, Low Vision Clinic, a resource centre, social activities, awareness training and providing information and advice.
Women will model the latest autumn fashion by Amanda on the catwalk in the annual Charity Fashion Show being held at Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall on Wednesday, September 21.
Sutton Vision Chief Operating Officer Nicola Huggins said it was wonderful that all of the proceeds from the event were going to Sutton Vision.
“The money will help Sutton Vision to continue to run valuable services for the vision impaired community in the London Borough of Sutton,” Nicola said.
“Sutton Vision enables and empowers people with vision impairment to live independent and full lives.”
“It’s going to be a wonderful and enjoyable night for all, and I encourage people to come along and support the store and charity.”
Tickets cost £15 and include a glass of wine or soft drink on arrival and refreshments during the interval. There will also be a raffle on the night.
The fashion show is at the Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Woodfield Lane, Ashtead, KT21 2BA, on Wednesday, September 21, from 8-10pm.
Phone Amanda or Andrea in the Sutton Vision Office on 02084 097 166 to purchase tickets.
For more information about Sutton Vision, visit their website.