Show raises funds for threatened animals in Namibia

Fund-raiser: Caroline Butcher with the hat-shaped cake she received at the launch of the Wild Collection.

Fund-raiser: Caroline Butcher with the hat-shaped cake she received at the launch of the Wild Collection.

First published in News

A FASHION show was held in Droitwich to help raise funds for a wildlife charity.

A showing of the autumn/winter range from the Wild Collection was held at the town’s 59a High Street.

The collection, inspired by African wild animals, featured handmade hats and outer wear and fashion accessories.

A total of 12 per cent from the sale of every hat from the collection will be donated to the West Midlands Safari Park’s Namibian Wildlife Conservation Trust to fund research into the conservation of threatened and endemic species of wildlife.

A VIP party was attended by more than 100 invited guests who turned up to support milliner Caroline Butcher. Later in the day, members of the public also attended the showing.

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