The Year 13 students, which included some former students enjoyed a lively night at the Westwood venue.
Nikki Airey who helped organise the night said;
“It was brilliant in the end, all the hard work paid off and of course was very nice to see everyone one last time.”
Things however nearly took a turn for the worst after the DJ who was booked for the event failed to show up.
“For us the main thing was the fact it could’ve been an absolute disaster but the day was saved by Rob and it turned into a brilliant night.”
“We honestly couldn’t be more grateful, he is honestly the biggest life saver ever, and so efficient too.”
Rob himself said;
“When I got the knock on the door and heard that the six formers at my school did not have a DJ for their big event I was more than happy to help out.”
“I was just pleased to be able to do what I could to support the school and my fellow students in ensuring their night was a massive success.”
“The prom was a brilliant night and I had a great time DJ’ing there. I would like to wish the class of 2014 well and all the success for the future.”
Hattie Smeeton added;
“We are all just so glad Rob came to save the day, I have no idea what we would have done without him, a true hero!”
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