Tickets are still available for a fashion event with a difference this weekend.

Caroline Jones, originally from Flintshire, made waves after a tribute fundraiser for her mum saw her buy a charity shop outfit to wear for a year.

In 2014, Caroline - who was born in Mancot - lost her mum, Mary, to cancer. Amid her grief, she was determined to raise money for Cancer Research UK, a charity her mother had supported for 13 years.

Caroline embarked on a solo fundraising project by styling herself in a different charity shop outfit each day throughout 2015. Only pre-loved clothes found in Cancer Research UK shops were permitted, from coats, to jeans, to shoes, to accessories, Caroline's entire look was secondhand - except her underwear, and this led to the christening of her book 'Knickers Model's Own - a year of frugal fashion' in 2016.

Every day Caroline posted a photo on social media asking for donations to her campaign. Caroline rapidly gained a loyal following and her 365 outfits in 365 days raised a staggering £70,000 for Cancer Research UK, leading to Caroline becoming a media sensation.

Caroline - who now resides in Hertfordshire but lived in the Chester area until she was nine - is now returning to the county where she was raised for a event in aid of Nightingale House Hospice in Wrexham.

The event - to take place at the Daniel Owen Centre, Earl Road in Mold on Sunday- will see Caroline discussing her journey and providing tips on how to dress to impress from charity shop clothing.

And it will raise funds for a revamp of Nightingale House's charity shop in Mold.

Her campaign lifted the lid on the idea of styling sustainably and Caroline continues to style herself predominantly in secondary wear, having long ago turned her back on wanting to be ‘in-fashion’, her love of styling; layering; mixing up pattern and colour; vintage and new giving Caroline - like so many secondhand wearers - her point of difference, her individuality.

The fundraiser is taking place on Sunday between 2pm and 5pm. Tickets are priced at £15 and will include afternoon tea, a complimentary glass of champagne and exclusive access to a 'pop up' shop, which will include items of clothing.

For tickets visit or one of Nightingale's charity shops.

Find out more by calling 01352 752373.