Fashion show in Cuckfield to raise money for ‘crucial’ cancer equipment

Jo Dennis, owner of JoJo Boutique in Cuckfield
Jo Dennis, owner of JoJo Boutique in Cuckfield

Help raise money for ‘crucial’ cancer equipment by attending a fashion show in Cuckfield.

The show, at Queen’s Hall in Cuckfield, takes place on Thursday, October 18, at 7pm.

Tickets are £15 and include a glass of wine and canapes.

Jo Dennis, owner of JoJo Boutique in the village, underwent cancer treatment last year. She was treated with a Papillon radiotherapy machine.

The machine, however, is not available on the NHS and had to be purchased by donations through BRIGHT cancer charity.

A spokesman said: “The fashion show, in aid of crucial cancer equipment to help all of us, hopes to raise enough money to help purchase the next generation of these machines, called a Nano Knife, here in the South East so that everyone can benefit.”

Cuckfield IWear is also helping out with the fashion show and has been instrumental in getting Christopher Biggins and Lesley Josephs to give their time and support to host the event.

All the models will show Cuckfield IWear’s latest collections as well as footwear and clothing from JoJo Boutique.

All profits from the evening will go to BRIGHT.

A spokesman added: “Raising money for local charity and for something you know will make a difference is so worthwhile and rewarding.”

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