22nd March 2018



My name is Tracey and I am the founder of Prom Nation Norwich. I am dropping you a line in hope that you may be able to help promote and share a teen friendly charity prom dress event I am running for Norfolk teens this spring?

As you may be aware, I have been busy collecting new and pre-loved prom dresses, shoes and accessories for Norfolk teens. I now have hundreds of high quality dresses that will be on sale from just a few pounds. Better still 100% of proceeds raised will go direct to Break charity who work with and support young families and children in care.

This is an exclusive teen friendly event and will be held at Bar 11 in Norwich on Thursday 12th April from 10am - 5pm. Barry Alan hair salon will be offering free mini up doos, the Norwich School of Beauty on make up and Best Beauty Norwich on nails. Entry is free, there will also be a raffle and a limited number of VIP goodie bags and so much more.

The event is set to be a fun and engaging day for all involved with the aim of making prom affordable for everyone to attend. Please let me know if you have any questions. Feel free to share the event with any contacts who may benefit from the event or get back to me with any ideas, suggestions or questions! I love how the campaign is bringing people together and how kind people are.

We are still accepting dress donations which must be in a clean and wearable condition, all sizes and styles accepted. Simply drop off at your local Break Charity Shop lablled for PROM NATION or arrange a collection directly with myself. Thank you.

For more event info and to keep up to date guests can RSVP via the facebook event page

Best regards,

Tracey McManus

Founder - Prom Nation Norwich


Music for Mental Health 

Two great young artists Asher Knight & Luena Martinez are visiting Sheringham High on Monday 15th October.
Currently supporting "Steps" on their tour and signed to the record label created by the band members of "Phats & Small”,
the artists were bullied at school and have had their own battles with mental health issues so are in the
perfect position to be able to raise awareness on these issues and inspire young students through their music.