Fashion show helps cancer charity
A fashion show held in memory of a mum who died after a 10 year battle with cancer raised thousands of pounds at the weekend.Vikki Sipek died in 2007 aged 44 following the lengthy struggle which started with a diagnosis of breast cancer.
A fashion show held in memory of a mum who died after a 10 year battle with cancer raised thousands of pounds at the weekend.
Vikki Sipek died in 2007 aged 44 following the lengthy struggle which started with a diagnosis of breast cancer.
Saturday's event saw two fashion shows, one in the early evening and the other in the late evening, held at Voewood House at High Kelling, near Holt.
The shows will have raised a large amount of money towards the Vikki Sipek Crocus Tribute Fund, said organiser Clare Nicholson.
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'We had a packed house for both shows, everybody and there was a fantastic atmosphere,' she said.
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