King Alfred students arrive in style for their prom

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: Gemma Day turned up to the prom riding side-saddle on a magnificent horse Gemma Day turned up to the prom riding side-saddle on a magnificent horse

YEAR 11 students from King Alfred’s School in Highbridge arrived in style for their prom – although everyone had their own interpretation of what would make a stylish entrance.

Prom-goers travelled to Rookery Manor in Weston in a variety of vehicles, not all of which were petrol driven.

Horse-drawn carts, sports cars, limos, the Mystery Machine, an old Welsh bus and even a mobility scooter were amongst the chosen methods of transportation for the graduating students.

A sea of colour filled the car park outside Rookery Manor as parents dropped off their children in their lush dresses and smart suits to take part in their prom.

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