Bigger and better for the third FACET summer ball. Red ribbon cutting from Miss Peterborough and luxury cars for all

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom - Credit: Archant

A night of glamour and style comes to a college for adults with learning disabilities for the third year running and this time will be officially opened by Miss Peterborough.

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom - Credit: Archant

In addition generous offers of support from a luxury car hire firm means that all the students at FACET will be transported in style to the red carpet black tie prom.

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom - Credit: Archant

Kris Harrold, manager of the Marwick road charity college in March, said: “This years summer ball, is going to be bigger and better than ever.

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom

The FACET summer ball from 2016. PHOTO: Kath Sansom - Credit: Archant

“As each year passes and word spreads further afield we seem to have more and more offers of help and support.

“Tesco’s March have been unbelievable not just their support for the big night but for the entire year.


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“The support from Starlite Limo’s from Milton Keynes means that everyone can arrive in style this year which has had FACET buzzing for weeks.

“I cant say too much about this years theme, but lets just say it’s going to be mad and magical!”

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Laura Bailey, Miss Peterborough, will be cutting the red ribbon to formally open the night while Natazha Green, teaching support officer of creative arts hair and beauty department at the Isle College in Wisbech has arranged for 10 students to do make-up, hair and nails at FACET on the day.

There will be E Entertainments keeping the dancing going with a disco, a buffet, ice cream van, photographer and bar.

In addition Miss Petereborough is running a quiz night ahead of the night to raise extra funds for the prom.

• Parent Bob Auckland is running a charity auction for FACET from 1pm at the United Services Club in New Road, March, on October 6.

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