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In 1972 the Bury St Edmunds-based East Anglian School for Girls (EASG) joined Culford School to create one of the first fully co-educational independent schools in the area. Last weekend about 40 members of the original EASG came to Culford for an event which reunited long-lost friends who left school about 50 years ago.

Former students from East Anglian School for Girls catch up on past 50 years at reunion at Culford School

Former students have returned to their west Suffolk school 50 years on for an emotional reunion.

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