Our class act

PUBLISHED: 14:47 13 November 2008 | UPDATED: 15:40 25 August 2010

ORGANISERS of a school reunion are looking to find the rest of their class after tracking down 15 people.

ORGANISERS of a school reunion are looking to find the rest of their class after tracking down 15 people.

Erica Westhannen and Lindsay Carruthers are hoping to track down the rest of their 1979 class members at Bedonwell Junior School, Bedonwell Road, Upper Belvedere.

The pair are organising a reunion later this month after the first one in the summer where eight former class mates were reunited.

Ms Carruthers said: "We had a wonderful time. Our guest of honour was our Year Three teacher, John Watson.

"We had great fun reliving memories from that year and all agreed it was our favourite school year - mainly down to this amazing teacher and the fact that we w ere based in a separate annexe, away from the main school, in the next village."

Ms Westhannen said: "We recalled the nicknames Mr Watson had for us, including Zebedee, Violent Elizabeth, Microbe and Boney.

"We agreed to meet up again and try to get the rest of the class to come, if possible."

They are trying to find the remaining pupils Mark Wright, Lorraine Morris, Andrew Smith, Lee Perry, Jackie Smith, Lisa Davies, Navjeet Miglani, Neil Allen, Mark Harrison, Jame Bennett, Linda Hedges, Jane Perfitt, Karen Lawrenson and Steven Smith.

They would also like to hear from anyone else in the class during the seven years at the infant and junior school.

To get in contact with information about former class mates email, where you can also send in memories of your time at Bedonwell.

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