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Call for former school pupils to get in touch for 50-year reunion

PUBLISHED: 12:35 13 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:35 13 July 2018

Culford School is searching for pupils from 1966-68 for a 50-year reunion Picture: CULFORD SCHOOL

Culford School is searching for pupils from 1966-68 for a 50-year reunion Picture: CULFORD SCHOOL

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An independent school near Bury St Edmunds is searching for old pupils to take part in a 50-year reunion event later this year.

The former East Anglian School for Girls, sister school to Culford, is calling former pupils to get in touch for the event Picture: CULFORD SCHOOLThe former East Anglian School for Girls, sister school to Culford, is calling former pupils to get in touch for the event Picture: CULFORD SCHOOL

Culford School will host the reunion on September 22 and is looking for students from 1966-68 to get in touch.

Old Culfordians Christopher Broughton, David Bartlett and East Anglian School (EAS) alumni Gillian Forsythe née Heath and Laura Brockman née Gibson, are keen to welcome former class mates who left either school at the end of the sixth form in 1968.

Culford amalgamated with the East Anglian School for Girls in 1972, becoming one of the first fully co-educational private schools.

Pupils who left after their O-levels in 1966 or after one year in the sixth form in 1967 are also very welcome to join in.

The day begins with refreshments followed by a tour at 11am and a three-course lunch.

For tickets or more information, contact the foundation director at Culford School, Samantha Salisbury, on 01284 385310 or email: foundation@culford.co.uk

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