Kate Moss bag sells for £240 at Shropshire care home auction

Care manager Lindsay Giess with the Kate Moss bag. Image copyright Tony Adams/Hendra House
Image caption Kate Moss has previously donated handbags and a portfolio of photographs to auctions for Hendra House

A handbag donated by supermodel Kate Moss has raised £240 for a Shropshire care home at auction.

The purple crocodile-skin style handbag was given to Hendra House in Ludlow to sell. Ms Moss has mutual friend who has a relative in the home, it said.

Manager Vince Burmingham said Moss had previously given them fashion items and a portfolio of photographs to sell off.

The auction, which also included an Arsenal shirt signed by manager Arsene Wenger, raised £2,500, he said.

"The money is vital to our fundraising; it means we can take our residents on day trips which we try to do at least once a month," Mr Burmingham said.

The residential home has 28 residents, including three who are all aged 100 or older.

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