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Vital funds for Women's Aid raised in Eton

PUBLISHED: 15:07 21 March 2014 | UPDATED: 15:07 21 March 2014

Jean Sinclair (Chair BESBWA), with Bilquis Mahmood, Kiran Pathak, Elaine Temple, Tessa Osman and Claire Batchelor

Jean Sinclair (Chair BESBWA), with Bilquis Mahmood, Kiran Pathak, Elaine Temple, Tessa Osman and Claire Batchelor

MAUREEN MCLEAN

A cocktail evening at Ayoush in Eton High Street raised £1,000 towards the running costs of Berkshire East and South Bucks Women's Aid.

Jan MacDonald, Jutta Staude (General Manager Sir Christopher Wren Hotel & Spa), Sophie Parsons (Beauty Specialist Clarins, Fenwick Windsor), Stephanie Fountain (Manager Clarins Fenwick Windsor) and Elaine TempleJan MacDonald, Jutta Staude (General Manager Sir Christopher Wren Hotel & Spa), Sophie Parsons (Beauty Specialist Clarins, Fenwick Windsor), Stephanie Fountain (Manager Clarins Fenwick Windsor) and Elaine Temple

Guests enjoyed treats such as canapés, 2 for 1 cocktails, the advice of a Clarins representative with free samples and facial plus goody bags to take home. Raffle prizes included a one night stay at the McDonald Hotel in Windsor, Jazz and Bubbles Sunday lunch for two at Christopher Wren Hotel, meals at Ayoush, tickets to Savill Gardens, £75 worth of Clarins products and Ascot Races Premier Admission for two in March.

The charity, which has had to cope with a severe cut in its funding, currently supports 15 victims and 20 children in its refuges.

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