‘An exceptional evening’ – Students raise £1,000 at prom fashion show in Bassingbourn

PUBLISHED: 16:56 18 April 2017 | UPDATED: 14:03 24 April 2017

Bassingbourn Village College students at their fashion show.

Bassingbourn Village College students at their fashion show.

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Students have dressed up for a fashion show fundraiser at Bassingbourn Village College.

The show raised money for their prom in the summer.The show raised money for their prom in the summer.

The prom-themed show raised £1,000 which will go towards the school’s upcoming prom, and their fundraising project in memory of former student Adam Tolfree, who died from meningitis earlier this year.

Teacher Jude Shortt said: “It was an exceptional evening with so many talented students taking part – and, of course, our girls looked absolutely beautiful in their gowns.

“It was fantastic to see the whole of Year 11 take a short break from exams and studying to focus on this event to raise funds for their prom in the summer.

“We are hugely indebted to the ladies from Cream Rose eveningwear in Fenstanton and Bliss Hairdressers in Bassingbourn for giving our girls such a wonderful experience.”

Students got the chance to get glammed up for the event.Students got the chance to get glammed up for the event.

In addition to the fashion show, the evening was supported by singers, dancers and musicians from all years plus former student Art Toper who returned as part of the jazzfunk band Tail Dragger led by BVC music teacher Neil Cowlan.

For more on the school see www.bassingbournvc.net

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