THESE former pupils of a Huddersfield school met for the first time since they left it 50 years ago.
Thirty-two pupils from the class of 1954 at Mount Pleasant County School gathered at The Golden Fleece pub in Berry Brow for a reunion.
Most had not seen each other since they left the Lockwood school when they were 15.
County schools were for pupils who had not got into grammar school.
Mount Pleasant County School was on Victoria Road, Lockwood. The site is now occupied by Mount Pleasant Junior, Infant and Nursery School.
The reunion was organised by 65-year-old Vivian Rayner.
He said: "It went very well. We had to use sticky name labels, because everyone's changed quite a bit in 50 years!
"We identified 80 former pupils, but some have died, some live away and some we could not trace.
"But quite a lot came, even those from London and Scotland."
Mr Rayner and his fellow organisers managed to trace their last living teacher, 87-year-old Mr Geoffrey France, who lives in Marsden.
He could not go to the reunion because he was caring for his wife, but he spoke to his former pupils by phone on the night.