Photography studio raises charity funds at opening
Money was raised for Chestnut Tree House children's hospice at the opening of a photography studio in Worthing.
A raffle was held at the party for the new Zara’s Portrait Studio in Chapel Road, earlier this month, during which a raffle raised £191 for the charity.
Mayor Sean McDonald helped owner Zara Cowdray cut the ribbon.
Zara said: “I am so excited to be opening my very own photography studio. I believe every family is unique and that each photography experience should reflect their individual style.”
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