FORMER pupils from a Huddersfield school can go to a special reunion – but tickets are expected to run out quickly.
King James’ School in Almondbury is celebrating its 400th anniversary this year with several events lined up including formal dinners.
But ex-pupil Gary Woodhouse wanted to organise an event for the younger past pupils and so has set up a disco at the school for Saturday, January 17.
There will also be quieter areas where people can chat away from the music which will cover the 1970s, 80s and 90s.
Gary – who was a pupil from 1980 to 1983 – said: “I hope people who know ex-pupils that have moved away from Huddersfield will see this article and pass on the details.
“An effort is being made to encourage as many former teachers who taught at the school for a number of years to come along so they can chat with their old pupils.
“As we are limited to just short of 500 people at the event, tickets are expected to sell out very soon.’’
Gary lives in Fenay Bridge with wife, Rachael, and daughters Kelsey, 14, and Codie, 12. Both girls are now pupils at King James’ and Rachael also studied there.
The tickets, priced £5 with the first drink free, can only be bought via the website www.oas.org.uk/oasdisco.php