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Published 26th Jan 2018

prom fayre with dresses from Diamond Heaven

Year 11 pupils and their parents are invited to a School Prom Fayre, featuring a range of Prom suppliers and a Catwalk show with dresses from Diamond Heaven, at Middlesbrough’s Dundas Shopping Centre from 12 noon to 3pm on Sunday 4th February.

A glamorous and affordable selection of Prom dresses from Diamond Heaven will be on sale, along with jewellery, hair adornments, bags and shoes, and handmade Prom corsages available to order. There will be free hair and beauty demonstrations, an artist drawing free 'Glam' caricatures, special event promotions, prizes and Prom transport suppliers on hand.

Organiser Bernie Sowa, owner of Diamond Heaven, says: “As the school year is coming to an end, the Prom is the last big event on the school calendar and everyone's talking about it. This is an exciting time for all Year 11’s and we would like to invite students and parents to come along to this event, so we can help make their Prom night, a night to remember.”

“I am delighted that Diamond Heaven is putting on this Prom event. It promises to be an excellent event for all Teesside’s Year 11’s who are looking forward to dressing up in style and celebrating their School Prom night,” says Dundas Manager David Harris.

Car parking is available in the 178-space Dundas Shopping Centre basement car park, accessed off Wilson Street.

Further information about the Prom Fayre and Catwalk Show is available from www.facebook.com/diamondheavenuk or www.diamondeventsuk.com.

Picture caption: Model wearing a Prom dress.



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