Mum pole-dances for daughter’s charity

PUBLISHED: 15:09 15 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:32 25 August 2010

A POLE-dancing mum is hoping to raise stacks of money for to research her daughter s illness.

A POLE-dancing mum is hoping to raise stacks of money for to research her daughter's illness.

Laura Fraser, 31, from Bexley village, is holding a sponsored pole-dancing evening at The Lounge bar in White Horse Hill, Chislehurst, on Thursday, April 30 at 7pm.

Last year she raised more than £3,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust during a similar event.

Her only child, two-year-old Isabella, was diagnosed with the illness, which causes the internal organs to become clogged with mucus, resulting in infections and inflammation, making it hard to breathe and digest food.

Miss Fraser, an administration assistant said: "She has been coming on in leaps and bounds. She has been goes to nursery full time. Obviously we thought she would get ill being with other children but she has been doing really well.

"Everyone really enjoyed themselves last year.

"It was so different I think that is why we raised so much money. I really tried to do something different this year but I just don't think I could have done anything better, so I decided to do it all again."

To take part in the event call Miss Fraser on 07891126710 or email her at

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