A FUNDRAISER fashion show has raised more than £3k for a children's charity.

The Honeypot Children's Charity hosted their first ever charity runway show last month at Chilworth Manor.

More than 40 business models took part in the show, which raised £3,700 for the charity.

Kate Browning, Regional Fundraising Manager for the Honeypot Children’s Charity said “I am so grateful to all the models, suppliers, attendees, sponsors, Chilworth Manor and volunteers, who really made the event possible and such a success.”

Silk Bow events were the title sponsor of the evening, who also aided in organising the runway show and providing catwalk training for the models.

Sally Golden Photography and Lex McKee were the photographers who gave their time for free, along with volunteers and supporters back stage, supporting suppliers, selling raffle tickets and much more.

Honeypot provide respite breaks and on going outreach support to young carers and vulnerable children aged 5-12-years-old.

The organisation has a house in the New Forest, with 7 acres of grounds with a pool, basket ball court, football pitch, private woodland, lake, art studio and much more.

The children come to Honeypot House for annual respite breaks, as well as receiving a birthday card, a Christmas present and three visits from the Honeypot Play Team in their local community each year.