FORGET about stretch limousines and horse-drawn carriages, one teenager from the North-East has arrived at his school prom with more style than James Bond.
Kyran Richmond, from Chilton in County Durham, flew in to his Year 11 leavers’ party by helicopter and entered with a beauty queen on his arm.
The 16-year-old arrived at Hall Garth Hotel, near Darlington, and was greeted by model Alisha Cowie, 19, from Spennymoor, who was crowned Miss England last year.
Kyran, who has a rare brain disease for which there is no treatment or cure, was celebrating with fellow pupils from The Oaks Secondary School in Spennymoor.
The Oaks School were delighted to win the ASDA green token scheme, Donna Allison from ASDA Spennymoor came to present a cheque for £500.00 toward books for the ‘Go Read Bus’. Pictured are Donna Allison community liaison , Sara Swales coordinator of English, literacy and communications and one of our students outside of the bus.
Bus transformed into library-on-wheels
Go North East bus to take Spennymoor children on imagination’s adventures
A BUS has been transformed into an inspirational learning environment to encourage students with special educational needs to read for fun and improve literacy skills.