Kesgrave Community Centre (KWMCC) was transformed last Friday evening for their first 'Kesgrave Catwalk' fashion show, organised by KWMCC and hosted by Pam Davis director of Fashion Candy Style, the event showcased autumn and winter collections by local retailers.
Richard Garrett, owner of Sound 4 Pro Audio created a wonderful set up, of lighting & sound and a fabulous catwalk for the models to show onlookers the latest outfits on offer from the shows retailers.
The event was very well attended and featured a raffle for the Papworth Trust, raising over £300 for the charity on the night.
Jo Barker Business & Events Co-ordinator at Kesgrave Community Centre said:
“It was such a special evening, with a great atmosphere. We have received very positive feedback about the event and hope to organise another one for next year. The centre looked amazing thanks to Sound 4 pro Audio and Let’s Party, whilst the catwalk show hosted by Pam and her team of models and catwalk retailers was fantastic. A great big thank you to everyone involved in the event and to everyone that bought tickets. We were very pleased to be able to support the Papworth Trust with a raffle on the night and we look forward to the next one.”
Ticket holders were able to enjoy an evening of exclusive shopping (before and after the show), Prosecco, canapes and a one hour catwalk show. Catwalk collections were provided by local retailers Cake & Catwalk, Zeebra Chic, Simply Splendid, Tilley & Grace and Maud’s Attic.
Special thanks to the event sponsors Kesgrave Cars, Sound 4 Pro Audio, Let's Party and Polstead Press
Photography by Graham Wood
Photography by Jo Barker (KWMCC)