Molbys hair salon in Huntingdon and St Neots is holding a catwalk event to raise money for charity.
The show is taking place to celebrate Molbys twenty fifth year of trading and is called ‘STEEL THE SHOW’.
The catwalk will take place in April at the Performing Arts Centre of Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon. The event will be raising money for Woodlands Cancer Care at Hinchingbrooke Hospital and for the Stephen Green charity.
Co-owner and co-founder of Molbys hair salon, Carmen Winstanley, 48, says “The Woodlands charity is close to our hearts. Friends, family members and clients of ours have been affected by cancer in some way in the past, so giving to this charity means a lot to us at Molbys”.
“TIGI international are coming to the PAC to put on a hair show with dancers too”.
Mark Winstanley, 54, also a co-owner and co-founder of Molbys hair salon believes that these events are important and urges community members to buy tickets: ” These charity events that we hold once or twice a year are very important to us at Molbys and I hope people can help us by buying tickets and coming along”.
340 tickets are available and on sale in both shops, Huntingdon and St Neots and will soon be on sale online. Tickets are £10 each and all proceeds go to the chosen charities.