Gallery: Pupils arrive at school prom in style
ANYONE visiting West Walton would ve thought a Hollywood celebrity was in town as locals lined the street outside Marshland High School last Friday. But these Year 11 pupils were arriving to their end of school prom in style – and in the most bizarre form
ANYONE visiting West Walton would've thought a Hollywood celebrity was in town as locals lined the street outside Marshland High School last Friday.
But these Year 11 pupils were arriving to their end of school prom in style - and in the most bizarre forms of transport.
While two girls made their grand entrance on a forklift truck, others arrived in various classic cars, motor bikes, stretch limos and American-style Hummas.
A fire engine even dropped off one group of students, and others chose a sophisticated entrance by a classic horse and carriage.
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The school's prom was a final chance for students to mark the end of their school days with their friends and staff at the school.
And they were all dressed in their best outfits for the big celebrations before the start of their exams this month.
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