Photo shoot is licence to thrill for 00 pupils

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Pupils at The Forest School in Knaresborough had a special visit from local dealership Redline Specialist Cars who motored along with an Aston Martin for a photo and video shoot.

The model, which is the legendary icon in James Bond films, was loaned by Redline to promote the school’s VIP role at the Amp Awards at the Royal Hall on February 10.

This year’s awards, a music and business competition involving schools from the Harrogate area, has the theme of Bond: Glamour & Glitz.

And 00Forest, the school’s business team, are thrilled to host the VIP hospitality again for the second year running.

Pupils at the Special Educational Needs school, will be providing canapes and cocktails, as well as a Casino Royale with a chocolate twist.

John Graeme of Redline Specialist Cars said: “We were delighted to help out the pupils and staff at The Forest School.

“I thoroughly enjoyed the photo and seeing the smiles on all the kids’ faces was great. We’ve got all these cars, and opportunities like this are a great way to help out the community.”

Forest School were over the moon with the car and are delighted to be involved again this year at the Amp Awards.

Mrs Helen Stewart Smith, Head of Enterprise, said: “It’s not every day we have an Aston Martin in our car park; the students were almost as excited as the staff.

“Our promotional video this year is in another league thanks to the amazing guys at Redline and Paul Marsh, our Young Enterprise mentor from GSPK Design, who organised this for us.

“Even the weather improved to show off the Aston Martin’s full glamour and glitz.”