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Two users of disability charity Stockdales attend high school prom
6:10am Saturday 5th July 2014 in News
THE end of schooling for two teenage residential service users was held in Altrincham.
The two eighteen year olds, Josh Proctor and Charlotte Wharton, who are users of the disability charity Stockdales, were pampered and spoilt ahead of their prom.
The pair were attending the Brentwood school prom, which marked the end of their formal education, with a party at the Cresta Court Hotel..
Before the event, Charlotte and Josh went shopping in Manchester to buy new outfits for the special occasion.
Charlotte chose a long, red dress and bracelets, necklace and red hair clip to match. While Josh and his dad went to the Trafford Centre, to choose a tailor made suit and new shoes.
Stockdales support worker Leanne McMahon said: "The pair spent the afternoon of the prom getting ready with the help of our staff and family members.
"In typical teenage fashion, music was played loudly whilst facials, hair styling and other pampering took place. They both looked great.
"Later, Josh and Charlotte were greeted in the garden by friends and family for a pre-prom party where they toasted the occasion with a glass of fizz and some nibbles, before dancing the night away with friends at the Cresta Court."