GALLERY: Cromwell Community College Prom

PUBLISHED: 15:23 15 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:28 16 July 2014

Cromwell Prom. Picture: LIZ GREENHALGH.

Cromwell Prom. Picture: LIZ GREENHALGH.

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It was posh frocks and sharp dressed suits when Cromwell Community College held its end of year prom.

Cromwell Prom. Picture: LIZ GREENHALGH.Cromwell Prom. Picture: LIZ GREENHALGH.

Students took glam to a new level when they turned out for a night of celebration at the Holiday Inn in Peterborough.

The year 11 students arrived in style for a night of partying at the venue to celebrate the end of their GCSEs.

In total, 170 pupils and staff enjoyed a memorable evening, with Andrew Tarrant and Laima Meskauskaite named prom king and queen.

They raised £1,500 throughout the year to pay for extra treats like popcorn and sweets.

Cromwell Prom. Picture: LIZ GREENHALGH.Cromwell Prom. Picture: LIZ GREENHALGH.

MMUK Flowers donated flowers for all 20 tables and pupils had their photos taken by Liz Greenhalgh.

Organiser Jill Clark said: “It was a good night. Everyone enjoyed a drink on arrival and it went really well.”

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