Former Belmontonians invited to celebrate centenary

School to celebrate 100 years of success this month


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Former pupils and teachers from one of the borough’s oldest schools are being invited to celebrate 100 years of success at a centenary party later this month.

An open invitation has been issued to all past pupils to visit Belmont Primary School, Chiswick, which was built in 1904 and opened in 1905, for the party on June 18th from 6.30-10.00pm

An exhibition of photographs showing the school’s past will be on display, allowing guests to pinpoint their moment in the school’s history. Party guests will also be able to relive and record their own experiences at the school on a special ‘memory wall’.

A barbeque and buffet will be available for guests, with current pupils serving their predecessors, as well as a bar for ‘older’ former pupils. Entertainment for guests under 18 will include a bouncy castle, face painting and an original school disco.

Former pupils wanting to find out more about the party should contact the school on 020 8994 7677

June 2, 2004