A Selkirk company is raising money for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres through selling a new range of headwear.
Textiles company Murray Hogarth in Tweedmill is launching a new headwear and accessories line for women who have lost their hair in Edinburgh today.
Asha is a contemporary collection of solid colour, patterned and micro-encapsulated turbans, aesthetically matched to a wide range of silk headscarves.
A spokesman for the company explained their support of the charity: “Maggie’s provides vital emotional, practical and social support to people with cancer and their loved ones, through innovative community based centres. We believe in their work and therefore 10 per cent of Asha sales will be donated to Maggie’s.”