Sharon Liles, Pam Roberts, Hilary Haresign and Rachel Atkinson
Sharon Liles, Pam Roberts, Hilary Haresign and Rachel Atkinson Photography kindly provided by Tim Hardy

Snooty Frox raises £1,825 for local charity, The PPR Foundation

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Snooty Frox of has raised £1,825 for the PPR Foundation, a brain tumour based in , North Yorkshire.

Snooty Frox raised the money by showcasing their latest spring/summer collections at a fashion show dedicated to the PPR Foundation. Before the show, guests enjoyed canapés prepared by The Wild Plum team, and award winning rhubarb gin courtesy of Slingsby.

The PPR Foundation was launched in September 2009, with a mission to raise one million pounds towards brain tumour research at St James’s Hospital in . So far the has raised over £600,000.Brain tumours affect thousands of people every year in the UK, with an average of 4,200 deaths per annum. The PPR Foundation aims to increase the survival rates for those diagnosed and help with the treatment process through funding more research.

 


 

Front row, left to right: Sharon Liles and Kate Bruce Back row, left to right: Barbara Simpson, Jan Samson, Jo Wilson and Carol Dawson Photography kindly provided by Tim Hardy
Front row, left to right: Sharon Liles and Kate Bruce Back row, left to right: Barbara Simpson, Jan Samson, Jo Wilson and Carol Dawson Photography kindly provided by Tim Hardy

Pam Roberts from the PPR Foundation said:

We at The PPR Foundation are extremely grateful to Hilary and the Snooty Frox team and Bethany and the Wild Plum team for their continued and generous support.

This is a significant sum of money and it will make a HUGE difference to the work that we support in . If it were not for the generosity of Hilary and others, our work would not be able to continue, so thank you, thank you, thank you.

 



 

 


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