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Hundreds raised for Keech at show

Rebecca Eastwick, Keech Hospice manager for fundraising, is presented with a cheque for the money raised at the Luton Fashion show, the cheque was presented by students, Amreen Taj and Salma Shah, fashion tutor Aneesa Kiani, her nephew Aahil Kiani and her father Mr Aurangzeb Kiani

Rebecca Eastwick, Keech Hospice manager for fundraising, is presented with a cheque for the money raised at the Luton Fashion show, the cheque was presented by students, Amreen Taj and Salma Shah, fashion tutor Aneesa Kiani, her nephew Aahil Kiani and her father Mr Aurangzeb Kiani

Central Bedfordshire College helped to raise hundreds for Keech Hospice Care at the Luton Fashion Show on Wednesday, June 18.

The annual event was at the Chiltern hotel from 6pm till 8pm and was organised by fashion tutor Aneesa Kiani.

All the clothes were designed and produced by BTEC level 2 and 3 fashion students.
Aneesa Kiani, 26, said: “The Fashion Show is an opportunity to promote our Outreach Centre and the courses available to our local community.

“We chose Keech because they offer brilliant care to all those families suffering bereavement, they take care of the patient and the family, who are also affected.

“It was a very proud moment, handing them the cheque for £700 today.”
VIP guests on the night were International super models, Sudaf Khan and Sara Aras, Miss Bedfordshire runner up, Megan Bayliss, high fashion hair stylist, Aamir Naveed, International fashion stylist, Iffat Raja, comedian artist, Salman Malik and guest designers Aywa and Kian-E,

The event was hosted by Savita Kaye and entertainment was provided by Arslan Baig.

 

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