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Hallett Retail helps Save the Children

Concessions firm Hallett Retail, run by Wendy Hallett (pictured with Beales chief executive Tony Brown), has teamed up with charity Save the Children and department store chain Beales to donate some of her Fuse young fashion concessions space to the charity.

Fuse brands Culture, Purple, Pussycat and Little Mistress will donate clothes and shop-fittings. All proceeds from the Fuse Loves Save the Children concessions in the Worthing and Bedford Beales stores will go to the charity.

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