Ex-pupils bring military feel to Thrybergh school's remembrance tribute

By Michael Upton | 13/11/2015 0 comments

Ex-pupils bring military feel to Thrybergh school's remembrance tribute

THRYBERGH Academy invited two old boys-turned-soldiers back this week to join in their remembrance events.

Jack Wilson and Jordon McEwan returned to the school to take part in a special assembly to mark Armistice Day.

Pictured from left to right are Jordon McEwan, head boy Tom Jackson, Harry Quartermaine (lighting and technical support), students Owen Moore and Melissa Kahraman, Jack Wilson and (in front) head girl Katy Otley.
 

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