Getting dressed up for charity.BUDDING fashion icons at Bishop Ullathorne School will be strutting strut
v. strut·ted, strut·ting, struts
To walk with pompous bearing; swagger.
1. To display in order to impress others. their stuff on the catwalk tonight - to raise cash for less fortunate youngsters.
Sixth-form pupils put on a show every year and have raised thousands of pounds for the Evening Telegraph's Snowball appeal, which helps sick and disabled children across Coventry and Warwickshire.
Clothes for the show have been supplied by city centre retailers and will be modelled by pupils of all ages, who have planned their own dance routines.
Student Deborah Bell, aged 18, who helped organise the event, said: "Every year it's a really big show and all the girls love getting dressed up in all those clothes."
The show takes place in the main hall of the school, in Leasowes Avenue, Green Lane, Coventry Green Lane is a mainly residential area in the south of Coventry, England. Finham is to its south, Stivichall is to its southeast, the War Memorial Park in to its north, and Canley is to its west. , starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are pounds 2 for children and pounds 3.50 for adults.
D33719_1 ALL READY... Pupils (from left, back - leaning against tree) Sam McConville, Deborah Bell, Stacey Judge' (front) Helen Jones, Lauren Stewart, Phoebe Phoebe, in astronomy
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