GALLERY: Neale Wade puts on the style for a party-ing of the ways

16:55 09 July 2012

Neale Wade Prom

Neale Wade Prom

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SOME simply strolled their way to Neale Wade but for others it was a case of laying on the style.

For today’s prom revellers, however, style is a matter for the beholder. So that meant one student arriving on a stylish motor bike.

Others arrived on a stylish vintage fire engine, Vivien.

Style, too, meant arriving by horse and carriage – whilst American Cadillac seems to do the trick for others.

The weather did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm for the party goers and all agreed it was a brolly good show.

With Neale Wade still in the throes of completing its £20 million plus re building programme some might have thought arrivals and departures would present difficulties.

Not a bit of it – a well orchestrated schedule ensured the evening got off to a flying and successful start and the momentum was maintained throughout.

For some it was the end of their Neale Wade days as they prepare to go onto other colleges or going off to find work.

A case maybe of a party-ing of the ways.

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