MORE than £2,400 was raised for a centre supporting people living with long-term neurological conditions in Cheshire and North Wales.

In support of the Neuro Therapy Centre, based in River Lane, Saltney, a fashion show was held at 1539 Restaurant and Bar in the grounds of Chester Racecourse.

“140 guests joined us for the evening, our largest audience yet,” said Shannah Adams, events and volunteer coordinator at the Neuro Therapy Centre.

“This event gets more popular each year, which is fantastic as it is enjoyed by all and helps to raise awareness and funds for our Centre.”

Guests were treated to a two-course meal whilst having the opportunity to view Laundry b’s spring fashions during two catwalks.

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Melissa Jeffrey performing at the Neuro Therapy Centre Fashion Show

Two singers performed on the night, Melissa Jeffrey opened the evening and Anne Whiteley performed after the meal.

Hair and make-up were provided for the models on the night by Saks Hair and Beauty based in Chester.

In total, the evening raised £2,481 for the Neuro Therapy Centre. All the money raised will help the centre provide therapies and support to local people affected by neurological conditions.

The centre's director Jane Johnston-Cree was delighted the evening was such a success.

She added: “This is our sixth Fashion Show with Laundry b and we are pleased to have worked with them again on this popular event. We would like to say a huge thank you to Dawn and her team at Laundry b in Chester and everyone who donated.”

More information about the Neuro Therapy Centre visit their website at or call 01244 678619.