Stretch-limousines, vintage cars and prom dresses galore were on show as Monk’s Dyke Tennyson College students held their annual ball.
With their best outfits on show 100 students descended on The Brackenborough Hotel in Louth for an evening of celebration and e many proud parents lined the route in the grounds to catch a glimpse of their sons’ and daughters’ arrival.
There were some more unusual modes of transport too including tractors, vintage cars, a vintage Fire Engine and even an arrival on horse-back.
Entertainment for the evening was provided by Buster from Crystal Venue Decoration who played a variety of music from the 1960s through to modern day.
One student from the Mablethorpe campus told the Leader: “Originally I wasn’t going to go to the prom, but I am really glad I did.
“I loved it, it had a nice atmosphere. It was the best night of my year.”
Another student said: “I am really pleased that I went to the prom, it was nice to see pupils from the two sites mixing together and having such fun. A great night.”
Two ‘Prom Kings’ and two ‘Prom Queens’ were chosen during the course of the evening and because the standard of entry was so high, it was difficult to make a decision.
Eventually Toby Pike and Cerys Meredith were chosen as King and Queen from the Louth campus and Eliot Lee and Courtney Smith from Mablethorpe.
A spokesman for the school added: “This annual event was just as amazing as previous years and, incorporating all Year 11s from both sites, proved to be a great success for all who attended.”