Fashion fun for charity

Pictured at the A1 Medical and General's fashion show in aid of Sheffield Children's Hospital are clockwise from front Megan Powell, ten, of Intake, Jordanna Goodwin, 14, mum Vicki Goodwin, 33, both of Intake, owner of A1 Medical and General Linda Bedford, and Paula Green, 42, of Dunscroft.  Picture: Liz Mockler D2792LM

Pictured at the A1 Medical and General's fashion show in aid of Sheffield Children's Hospital are clockwise from front Megan Powell, ten, of Intake, Jordanna Goodwin, 14, mum Vicki Goodwin, 33, both of Intake, owner of A1 Medical and General Linda Bedford, and Paula Green, 42, of Dunscroft. Picture: Liz Mockler D2792LM

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A CHARITY fashion show has raised more than £800 for a children’s hospital.

Linda Bedford, managing director of Balby Road’s A1 Medical and General, organised the event for Sheffield Children’s Hospital after it provided car for her grandson Kian who was treated for bronchitis when he was two-months-old. The event that raised £828.

Vicki Goodwin of A1 Medical and General thanked everyone who helped donate raffle prizes for the “great” event.

A similar event is being planned for November.