January 30 2015 Latest news:
Welcome to Old School Ties the EADT reunion page where you can read about all the reunions you’ve been organising in the region.
You can also use this site to get in touch with old friends online, organise get-togethers and post pictures of the old days – The haircuts! The clothes! The people you used to fancy!
And don’t forget to send us your new pictures too - there’s nothing we love more than seeing your photos after you’ve all met up to show us how much you’ve changed – always for the better, naturally.
Octogenarians who left their Ipswich school in the 1950s have been meeting regularly for chinwags – about sex, life before mobile phones, pop music and more.
Fifty-six years may have faded the matching tattoos two friends had inked on their arms together, but half a century on their memories are still vivid.
Past and present staff, students and friends of a high school have celebrated its 50th birthday.
Former students have returned to their west Suffolk school 50 years on for an emotional reunion.
A ‘wonderful’ school reunion has been held to celebrate 40 years since their school days.
Half a century has passed since a group of trainee nurses first met to embark on a career of caring.
It was a day to remember; to reminisce and rekindle fond memories of school life together.
The class of ‘91 from St Albans School are having a reunion on Saturday night.
Ex-students from Chantry High School are celebrating 50 years since their school days.
Lavenham Young Farmers Club will be holding its 40th Anniversary Reunion on Saturday, June 14, at Hall Farm, Stanningfield, Bury St Edmunds.
Did you start at Northgate Grammar School For Boys in 1953? If so Emeritus Professor Chris Green wants to invite you to the reunion. Here is a letter he wrote with all the details.
It doesn’t have to be a school reunion either. Any get together of old friends is always worth a mention and we’d love to hear about it.
And if you would like your reunion to feature in the EADT newspaper with lots of lovely pictures for a lasting memento then email our reunions editor Kate Dodd.
So, if you’ve ever wondered what happened to so-and-so, now’s the time to find out.
Revive those Old School Ties today!