A well-known High Street fashion apparel store is promoting designer items for less than £10. Déjà Vu is a popular fashion store located at High Street in Royston, and it has recently announced that it is holding a 1-day sale for the benefit of the young people exposed to the risk of abrupt death. The charity sale will commence on the 1st day of February and all income generated from the sale will be received by the Nicola Emmerson Trust.
Julie Emmerson, mother of Nicola, formed the organisation after her daughter passed away. Nicola was only 20 years old when she suddenly fainted and died while in a club celebrating her birthday with some of her friends in 2007.
Since then, an amount of approximately £25,000 has been gathered to help diagnose and treat young people who are at risk of sudden cardiac arrest. The Nicola Emmerson Trust has raised enough money to fund a research that will last for 6 months at the Cambridge University.
They are now planning to gather a certain amount of money that will fund an additional 3 years research to help the young individuals that are highly prone to sudden cardiac arrest risks. The research has already helped certain individuals cure their heart ailments by an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD).
The owner of Déjà Vu, Teresa Hills, assisted the charity event after hearing the story of Julie Emmerson. She encouraged every consumer to support the bargain sale, as they are offering some of the high end and branded clothes at a price of £10 or lower.
The charity sale will include items from FCUK (Fresh Connection), Burberry, and some of the creations of the prominent designer of women’s clothes, Karen Millen. The charity event is open to all individuals, and more information can be obtained from the Déjà vu website.