12th May 2022
We are delighted to announce that the Post 16 Summer Ball will be held this year at Tregenna Castle on Thursday 30th June. Students are invited to arrive at the castle from 5.45pm ready for a 6pm start, with the event finishing at 11pm. Please note that the college are unable to provide transport this year.
Tickets are now available on the college shop under the title ‘P16 Prom’ at the very bottom of the page: https://app.parentpay.com/ParentPayShop/Uniform/Default.aspx?shopid=1120
There is a choice of menu for the evening meal which you can select when purchasing the ticket.
Choice 1: Tregenna rustic pate, olive toast and homemade chutney (DF/GFOR); Pan fried chicken breast, garlic mash, buttered greens with wild mushroom sauce (GF); Sticky toffee pudding with butterscotch sauce (GFOR)
Choice 2 (Vegetarian): Roasted tomato, red pepper and basil soup (GF/Vegan); Beetroot and red onion tarte tatin and peppered salad; Sticky toffee pudding with butterscotch sauce (GFOR)
Choice 3 (Vegan): Mezze plate; Cauliflower curry with coriander rice; Blueberry and lime tart
Please also let us know if there are any additional dietary requirements on the reply slip attached, as some menu items are dairy free (DF) or can be made gluten free on request (GFOR). This permission form will need to be completed and returned to the Post 16 Centre as soon as possible in order to receive a ticket. Printed copies of the form are available for students to pick up from Post 16 from this week onwards.
Tickets are £25. If you have any queries about payments or require an alternative payment method (the college shop does not require you to have a parent pay account so should be accessible to parents and students alike), please contact the College Accountant, Jo Lynes, via email email@example.com
Further information is on the letter and reply slip attached, but please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries. Students can speak to Matt or Danielle in the Post 16 Centre or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hosting this celebratory evening.
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