Students from Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College hosted their first ever Charity Prom Fayre on Friday 13th October. Organised by the Year 11s themselves, the event featured stalls and a catwalk to showcase what could be hired or bought for the final event of their year, the College Year 11 Ball.

Twenty students modelled dresses loaned to the college by Cathedral Belles of Worcester, Caroline of Droitwich and Lacewings. Suits, and even a kilt, were loaned by Armstrongs of Worcester. Professional make-up and hair styling was provided by students from the Hair and Beauty courses at Heart of Worcester College, who gave their services free of charge for the charity event.

Refreshments were made by members of the year group and their families so that a range of cakes and savouries were on offer throughout the evening. The stalls included holistic treatments, jewellery, cars, henna, bags, and make up. “The Raffle prizes donated by local companies such as Anja Potze, Beautique, L’Octaine and others all raised a significant contribution towards the final figure’ stated Liberty Deaville, who organised the event with Bryony Richards. In total the students raised in excess of £800. Money will be given to both the students’ chosen charity, Teenage Cancer Trust, and towards the Year 11 2018 Prom.


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