London’s Spectacular Mad Hatters’ Show

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The spectacular Mad Hatters’ Show took place at the Hurlingham Club in London on Wednesday night in aid of The Children’s Trust.

Some of the UK’s top milliners and fashion designers presented their latest collections to an audience of 200 guests at this year’s prestigious charity event.

Just some of the Milliners present included Siggi, JoJo Hats, Rachel Trevor-Morgan, Gina Foster, Emily-London and Louis Mariette while for the designers Tomasz Starzewski, Eavis & Brown, James Lakeland, Suzannah and Marion Thomas where there. The show was produced by Jane Carlton, the auction was conducted by Jeffery Archer and Trustee Tim Pethybridge was compere for the evening.

Zoe Savage, Head of Events at The Children’s Trust said: “It was a great evening and producer Jane Carlton put on a wonderful show. I would like to say a special thank you to the Show’s chairman, Kate Wake-Walker and the committee. Our thanks also go to Jeffrey Archer, Tim Pethybridge, and Chas Cerveny who made a moving speech about the care he received at The Children’s Trust, following a skiing accident in which he sustained an acquired brain injury. We are also grateful for the support from our sponsors, including Harvey Nichols and Tesco, and all the companies who kindly donated prizes.”

Since the show began in 2000, the annual Mad Hatters’ Show has raised over £500,000 for The Children’s Trust. The national charity provides care, education and therapy for children with multiple disabilities and complex health needs, and rehabilitation services to children with an acquired brain injury.

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