All in a Floral Good Cause!

If you were wondering why the windows of Wenlock Flowers were blacked out in the run up to Red Nose Day – all has been revealed!

Joanne Barker and Helen Healey from Wenlock Flowers came up with the idea of ‘baring all’ after a few glasses of wine as a way to raise cash for good causes. As Joanne told What’s What: “We don’t mind sending ourselves up for a laugh and once we got a few sponsors there was no chance to back out!”

Before Red Nose Day even arrived the pair had broken their original fundraising target of £500 and are hoping to exceed £750. “We couldn’t have done it without our colleague, Jo Randall, who helped behind the scenes, Salon Ten for doing a makeover andHiya! Photography both of whom donated their services for free.”

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