Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball

Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS.

Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS. - Credit: Archant

Dazzling décor, floor-length dresses and delicious food formed part of the annual Michaelmas Ball at Wisbech Grammar School.

Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS.

Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS. - Credit: Archant

Around 250 guests took part in the extravaganza, which also raised funds towards school projects and the Meadowgate Academy mini bus appeal.

The Skelton Hall was transformed as prosecco and canapés were served, followed by a delicious meal cooked by Jayne Johnston and the school catering team.

This was followed by a game of heads and tails, a raffle and entertainment.

Joanne Munson, chair of Friends of Wisbech Grammar School, said: “I would like to take this opportunity to say – on behalf of all the members – we are thrilled with how the evening went and we have received so many lovely positive comments.

Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS.

Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS. - Credit: Archant


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“I would like to thank everyone that came along and supported the event and all of the school team involved in making it possible.

“We are incredibly pleased with the amount raised which will go towards much-needed items within the school, to benefit pupils, staff and the wider school community.”

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Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS.

Guests gather at Wisbech Grammar School for glamorous Michaelmas Ball. Picture: GARRY SAMUELS. - Credit: Archant

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