Can you help make it a night to remember? Rolling out the red carpet at a prom for students with disabilities
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A plea has gone out to local businesses who can help put the icing on the cake for a special night for students with learning or physical disabilities at their summer prom.
Luxury car hire firms who could take students to the sparkling night of glitz and glamour event or anybody who thinks they can add to the red carpet night are invited to get in touch to make the second FACET prom a resounding success.
Manager Kris Harrold said: “The team at Facet are rolling out the red carpet again, last year’s prom was such a success, and here we are again making sure our second prom is just as amazing for our students.
“There are still tickets and the prom is open to anybody with a physical or learning disability who are welcome to join the event - tickets are just £8 and include a buffet and disco.”
“A lot of students have never had the chance to celebrate an end of the year event like this so it is a fantastic opportunity.
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The prom is at the FACET centre on Marwick Road on Thursday 30 from 6.30pm.
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Last year saw the students arrive in style in glamorous evening wear, a red carpet entrance, professional photographers, a DJ with a state of the art disco a bubble machine dance floor and confetti cannons.
There will be a full licenced bar.
Kris said: “It is the perfect night for anyone to come and join us at FACET and get a taste of some of the wonderful things we do here.”
Founded in 2002 FACET is a charity with a focus on providing training and day care to adults with disabilities within the Fenland area.
Based in March it has shops in Chatteris, March and Whittlesey.
The college has more than 118 students.
• If you can help or would like to buy tickets then call FACET on 01354-655080.