Integer fashion show raises €3,565 for Pieta House
A fashion show held to support Pieta House Wexford - which helps people in suicidal distress or engaging in self-harm - in the Brandon Hotel netted the organisation €3,565.
Organised by Integer staff, including Pam Kehoe, the event drew a crowd of more than 260 people, with around half the attendees from Integer.
MC Eamonn D'Arcy welcomed everyone ahead of the fashion show, which featured all of the latest styles from the Clothesline Boutique, Lu Lu Boutique, Amy Jane's Boutique, Blossoms Ladieswear, Mister H Menswear, Lady Melia and Revolution.
Beauticians Catriona McLoughlin and Marie Connolly from Town & Country Mercantile got the models - all Integer staff - ready for the show.
Speaking for the committee, Pam said the event was a great success and she thanked the hotel, the models, the people who attended and Integer. A lucky raffle winner won a two-night stay in Monart.
New Ross Standard