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Strike a pose: Dyno franchise raise cash for hospice using fashion-froward ideas

Suzi Drew, Quality Development Manager at our JAF Services Ltd. Franchise and her team have embraced the annual Bristol Fashion Week a little differently. Instead of celebrating the south west’s biggest style event with haute couture, the office team at family-owned business instead donned a different style outfit for each day of the week. Monday found the team donning mismatched items of clothing – with more clashes the better – whereas Thursday was dedicated to putting on a show with punk-inspired clothing - there were safety pins and skulls aplenty in the office that day! The week of continued dressing up raised a brilliant £120 for St. Peter’s Hospice – Bristol’s only adult hospice. Andrew Findlay, Managing Director, said: “We wanted to do something fun in our offices last week to raise money for St Peter’s Hospice – and we thought a Dyno fashion show would be ideal!” Edd Smith, corporate fundraiser at St Peter’s Hospice added: “What a fantastic and fun way for Dyno to raise money for St Peter’s Hospice, a charity providing care for those with life-limiting illnesses. We are very grateful to Dyno for their donation.”