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2017 Roz Tranfield Fashion Show, Thornton Hall Hotel

PUBLISHED: 00:00 12 December 2017

Roz Tranfield on the catwalk

Roz Tranfield on the catwalk


Fashion event raises funds for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

The annual Roz Tranfield Fashion Show brought together local fashion brands to raise over £10,000 for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity. The occasion, held at Thornton Hall Hotel in Thorton Hough, was organised by winner of the Merseyside Woman of the Year Award 2016 and cancer sufferer, Roz Tranfield. It featured a catwalk with models who have all suffered from or are undergoing treatment for cancer. Alongside exclusive Mark Melia designs and Wrogue and Wrobe, Forever Forty and House of Charles, a stunning selection of David M Robinson diamond jewellery was modelled at the event.

Jamie McFadden of David M Robinson said: ‘We were thrilled to have the opportunity to support our fabulous friend Roz Tranfield as she continues her inspirational work to raise vital funds for Clatterbridge.

‘It was fantastic to see a selection of exclusive DMR pieces worn by some truly inspirational models at the show, and we’re very proud to have been a part of this evening.’

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