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A domestic abuse survivor in Barnsley has collected more than 300 dresses in a bid to make prom night more affordable for struggling parents.
Nicky Oates vowed to make a difference after a fellow victim told her she was too scared to tell her twin daughters that she couldn't afford their prom dresses.
Nicky put a status on Facebook asking her friends to donate their old prom dresses.
People in Barnsley rallied around the idea, and in six weeks, she collected over 300 dresses and fifty suits.
She has since had businesses and individuals offering to do donate car hire, nails, hair and make-up.
Her friend, Rachel Jones, joined the campaign, and together they launched a Facebook Group called 'Once Upon A Prom'.
The idea is acting as a fundraiser for domestic abuse charity Pathways. It has supported victims in Barnsley for the last 25 years but is in danger of closing due to lack of funding.
The dresses, suits and accessories will be displayed at a red-carpet event at Shafton ALC on Wednesday 25th April at 6pm.
Teenagers will be able to pick an outfit, pay a small amount and donate the items back after their prom.
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