Charity fashion show at Quy Mill, Cambridgeshire for East Anglian Air Ambulance and Arthur Rank Hospice

PUBLISHED: 09:29 21 August 2017

Lydia Singer

Lydia Singer

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The Roar Charity Fashion show, which takes place on September 23 at Quy Mill in Cambridgeshire, raising money for the Arthur Rank Hospice, East Anglian Air Ambulance and Cambridge United Community Trust, will have the pop artist Lydia Singer entertaining.

The Cambridge Roar, a festival of charity events, was the brain child of Tony Murdock director at Quy Mill Hotel. Since 2014, it has raised £55,000 by holding events in a purpose-built luxury marquee in the hotel grounds, including dinners and balls.

The fashion shows are at 2.30pm and 7pm. Tickets are £15 standard and £25 VIP, including a cream tea in the afternoon and a back stage pass in the evening with the chance to meet the international designers and models. All the models are professionals, some coming up to Cambridge from London. Some of the designers flying in from countries such as Dubai. National and international talent.

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