School arranges morning-after pills for 14 year olds after end-of-term orgy
A school was forced to organise morning-after pills for 14-year-old pupils and parents were told to “assume the worst” after a party at a village hall descended into a drunken orgy.
The tiny community of Wray in North Lancashire was stunned to see schoolchildren having sex in the village square…
Now Queen Elizabeth School in Kirkby Lonsdale has written to all parents of its 630 pupils stating that a large number of 14-year-old girls had drunken under-age sex at the party.
The letter, sent out yesterday, warned about possible pregnancies, saying: “The risks are real - assume the worst.”
“A lot of the children that came to us needed sexual healthcare. These are children we need to protect. Children that approached us to say it had gone on and said it was a very upsetting experience.
“We have had to help a lot of girls though the aftermath of having unprotected sex that evening…”
In the aftermath of the event, parish councillors found evidence of drug use, bloodstains and wrecked equipment at the village hall.
Village hall chairman Alan Day is backing calls to have similar bookings banned in future.
He said: “All hell let loose at this event. The children were drunk to the eyeballs. They were having sex in the village square standing up.”
Neil Taplin, landlord of Wray’s village pub, the George and Dragon - said: “Kids urinated against the pub when I refused to serve them. They think they are a law unto themselves.”
Then village of Wray is situated in the picturesque River Lune valley. It is a wealthy community in a predominantly farming area dubbed the Emmerdale of Lancashire.