Oh what a night at Baytree’s Macmillan fashion show

Aiden Ward and dog Pickles model for the Animal Helpline Dog Rescue
Aiden Ward and dog Pickles model for the Animal Helpline Dog Rescue

A RECORD-breaking 350 people turned out for the Baytree Clothes Show and helped raise around £1,000 for Spalding and Holbeach branch of Macmillan Cancer Support.

The five previous shows have already raised a grand total of £4,500 for the charity.

Fashion icons: Even the audience dressed in style and these members of The Red Hat Society put on their gladrags for a big night out. Photo: NIKKI GRIFFIN SG150911-225NG For more pictures from the fashion show visit our office in The Crescent, Spalding.

Fashion icons: Even the audience dressed in style and these members of The Red Hat Society put on their gladrags for a big night out. Photo: NIKKI GRIFFIN SG150911-225NG For more pictures from the fashion show visit our office in The Crescent, Spalding.

Thirty models – including nine men – took to the catwalk to show off Baytree’s collection of autumn and winter clothes.

Audience members proved to be pretty swell dressers too as there were 31 members of the Red Hat Society watching the show.

The gathering also enjoyed entertainment from young stars, Brandon Cox, who won George Farmer’s Got Talent, and Double Threat, who won Polka Dot Has Talent.

Baytree clothing department manager Helen Brooks thanked all who contributed to the night’s success, including lighting technician Nick Gratton and Holbeach hair salon In Style Hair Design for looking after the models’ hairstyles.

Helen said: “It was a fantastic night.”

Audience members were able to buy fashions on the night at a special discount.

Helen said the final sum from the show is not yet known but Baytree hope it will be around £1,000 to help the cancer charity’s local work.