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Kingston School reunion

Discussion in 'Events' started by Wembley1972, Mar 16, 2018.

  1. Wembley1972

    Wembley1972 Active Member

    Apr 9, 2007
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    Kingston School Stafford, first opened in 1939 as Dartmouth Street Senior Boys School. In 1944 it became a Secondary Modern School for Boys and renamed Kingston Secondary Modern School in 1956. A further name change took place in 1976 when it became Kingston Middle School. The school finally closed in the 1980’s to become the home to Staffordshire County Council Education Department offices. We are all getting a lot older and I've been asked by former pupils to try to get us all together once again.

    Though we had a small get together in 2010, this is the first big reunion for the school since the one at MRI in1997.

    The event takes place on Friday 30 March 2018 at Stafford Rangers FC, assembly is at 8pm. Teachers so far who have expressed an interest in attending include, Mr R Joynes, Mr A Darrent, Mr G Gardner, Mr J Kelly, Mr R Braziel. I would like to invite also any former pupils who have any old school mementos or memorabilia to bring it along on the night, it’s a rare chance to catch up with old school friends and reminisce!

    I do hope you can help me spread the word about our reunion, many years have passed since our school days and it would be great to catch up with old friends once again (before we finally meet up at Stafford Crem).

    There's also more info here,
    https://web.facebook.com/KingstonSchoolreunion/ listen out to Stafford FM or see this weeks Staffordshire Newsletter for more information.... I would be very grateful if you let anyone know who attended Kingston School over the years and would be interested, it's open to all years. Assembly is at 8pm, admission £5. Many thanks!
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