A school in Maesteg is giving out free prom dresses to its pupils after an online appeal led to the donation of more than 200 gowns.
The shop opened in Maesteg Comprehensive School offers free prom gowns to Year 11 pupils after staff feared some pupils were not attending their end-of-year prom because they could not afford new outfits.
Nearly one in four students in the school are entitled to free school meals, which is above the Welsh average.
An appeal for donations on Facebook gained a lot of interest online and the school had donations of almost brand-new shoes, gowns and accessories.
A local dress shop in nearby Pyle donated 32 new dresses for free.
Organisers say the shop has been so successful they are hoping to open the pop-up shop to other schools in the area.
The shop was the idea of two of the school's PE teachers, Emily Scudamore and Annemarie Scarr.