FORMER pupils who left an Almondbury school in 1932 attended a school reunion.
The Almondburians Society hosted their annual King James’ School reunion with pupils from the 1930s to the present attending.
They were joined by pupils who flew in from western Australia and America to attend the dinner at the Galpharm Stadium on Saturday.
Andrew Haigh, who joined the school in 1977, said: “It was a very good evening with everyone sharing memories and recollections.
“King James’ was a marvellous place, everybody would agree that it was the best place to go to school.I look back with fond memories of my time there.”
Among guests attending were 24 from the class of 1947 who were celebrating their 60th anniversary, and 12 from the class of 1957, who marked their golden anniversary.
They were joined by Naomi Singleton and Simon Gelling, the current head girl and boy at the St Helen’s Gate school.