Catwalk Capers

Radio Clatterbridge presenters Dave Adams and Steve Lord proved they were dedicated followers of fashion when they were called upon to help a charity fundraiser.

When organisers of the Clatterbridge Hospitals League of Friends Fashion Show needed to add a bit of extra style to the occasion, they asked the station for help.

Two of the catwalk models backstage

Presenters Dave Adams and Steve Lord were on hand to host the evening and provide the music.

The event, which previewed the spring and summer collections of CC and Viyella Clothing, raised nearly £2000 for the League.

Dave Adams hosting the fashion show

A bar, raffle and beauty product demonstration stand also helped make the show at Heswall Hall a big success.

Click on the thumbnails below for more photos from the event rehearsals.

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