A Luton school has a day of celebrations planned as it prepares to commemorate its 21st birthday.
Bramingham Primary School is inviting all past and present members of the school community, pupils and staff, to turn out on Thursday, March 13.
The day will begin with a special assembly which will take a trip down memory lane.
A school spokesman said: “We’d love anyone who used to be part of our school to join us, and tell us all about their journey since leaving Bramingham. If they are unable to be with us in person, we’d be delighted to receive audio or video messages which will be played during our assembly.”
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In the afternoon there will be a balloon race (tickets currently on sale), followed by a talent show for pupils and adults between 4pm and 6pm.
The spokesman added: “Any adults who would like to take part should email the school please. We’d like to showcase lots of wonderful talents from school community, present and past, so please do get in touch!”
The celebrations will culminate in an evening reunion for adults, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets for £3 (including light refreshments) are available by calling 01582 617500, at bramingham.net or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The school originally opened on September 7, 1993 to 147 children, aged five to nine years old.