Tuesday, 03 May 2011 22:01

The Tree Of Hope

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The Tree of Hope Children's Charity joined forces with the campaigning Models of Diversity for a unique Fashion Event to help raise funds for children's specialist medical treatment and therapy in the UK.
Styled and Frocked on the King's Road took place at JuJu Nightclub, owned by Lee Chapman and Leslie Ash, on Thursday 28th April. Over 2,000 pounds was raised on the night.

BBC children's television presenter Cerrie Burnell appeared as guest of honour. Cerrie said ''I was delighted to have had the opportunity to lend my support to a fashion event which celebrated models of all different ages, colours, sizes and abilities.'' Adding ''It was great evening and I was so pleased to have helped raise support and awareness for the Tree of Hope Children's Charity and the brilliant work they do.''

Britain's First It Boy Emmanuel Ray also appeared at the event. "Children live in a world untainted by the evils, callousness and the harsh realities we encounter in adulthood. By supporting sick children that need specialist medical treatment and offering hope to their families, the Tree of Hope Children's Charity is highly commendable for upholding humanitarian values. All children deserve to live in happiness, safety and enjoy the joys of childhood" says Emmanuel Ray. "And what better way to draw attention to this worthy cause than to utilise the flamboyance of fashion?!" he added.

The event was hosted by Sally Farmiloe-Neville, award winning actress and author.

"A brilliant Fashion Show!" Amazon Eve, the world's tallest supermodel

"What a most enjoyable evening!" Leee John

"Styled and Frocked Fashion Show and Fund Raiser for The Tree of Hope Children's Charity was one of my favourite events so far of 2011." Trevor Fogah-Griffiths of Fashions Finest

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