A hair and fashion show organised by three Bury St Edmunds businesses, has raised money for St Nicholas Hospice Care.
Vanilla Hair Design in Churchgate Street, teamed up with Palmers fashion store in The Buttermarket, and Sunrise in St Johns Street to hold the show at the Theatre Royal earlier this month.
Michelle Ames, owner of Vanilla Hair Design organised the event.
“We put on the show for three reasons. The first was to raise money for the charity picked by my staff who have had experience with St Nicholas Hospice Care and were really impressed with their care.
“The second was to step outside our comfort zone and be creative, while my third reason was to inspire our customers and have some fun as a team working towards something together.
“I have owned Vanilla Hair Design for four and a half years. We are constantly looking to improve the services we provide in all areas and continue to grow together as a team and be the best that we can be.
“I believe that by stretching and pushing the boundaries, we can grow and develop and keep moving forward.
“We would like to thank everyone that helped us with the fashion show, especially Giselle Roadley-Battin from Palmers who really knows her stuff and was fantastic behind the scenes.”
The final figure for the amount raised is not yet known.