Former Chard School pupils’ beach reunion

PUBLISHED: 10:34 26 June 2018 | UPDATED: 10:39 26 June 2018

Members of the Young Old Cerdics on the sands at the Cobb Harbour in  Lyme Regis. Picture: SUBMITTED

Members of the Young Old Cerdics on the sands at the Cobb Harbour in Lyme Regis. Picture: SUBMITTED

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Young Old Cerdics meet up again at Lyme Regis to reminisce and ride the waves

Pupils who recently left Chard School – members of the Young Old Cerdics Association – held a reunion at Lyme Regis on Saturday.

They gathered at the beach to enjoy each other’s company, ride the waves and reminisce.

At the end of the afternoon they enjoyed a burger, drink and slide show.

Earlier The Old Cerdics held their annual general meeting which was followed by a very enjoyable dinner at Chard Rugby Club.

Guests heard speeches from former pupil Stewart Hull, head teacher Katie Hill and president Charles Denman.

The Old Cerdics pledged their commitment to support the school as it moves forward and it was a celebratory occasion for the successes that the school has enjoyed over the past year.

Head teacher Mrs Hill said: “It was a wonderful day celebrating the rich history and successes of our school and the lasting friendships that have been forged over the years and continue to be forged today.”

* A reminder that next year’s dinner will be a celebration of 90 years of the Old Cerdics Association and this special occasion is going to be marked at The Guildhall in Chard on June 15, 2019.


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