A FASHION show by the Sue Ryder charity shop in Keighley raised almost £1,000 for Manorlands.

Staff and volunteers at the Cavendish Street shop organised the event at Keighley Rugby Union Club featuring clothes in a variety of styles for all ages.

Retail assistant Eddie Hartley said: “We had a great time and raised a fantastic £975 from ticket sales and sales of the clothes we modelled. We had a great laugh modelling.

“We had lots of fun participating in raffles and listening to various talks about volunteering, which we highly recommend doing to boost your confidence and gain new friends.”

Anyone interested in volunteering at the shop should email eddie.hartley@suerydercare.org or call at the shop.

Sue Ryder, which runs the Manorlands hospice in Oxenhope, has supported people through serious illness for the past 65 years.

Sue Ryder began her work during the Second World War, helping people displaced from their homes as a result of the conflict.

After the war she widened the scope for work, supporting people in need of palliative and neurological care across the UK and internationally.