FORMER pupils of Pembroke Grammar School might remember the performance of 'The Devil’s Disciple' in 1966 (pictured).

It was just one of the annual plays put on by staff and pupils during the years before the school joined with The Coronation Modern School to become Pembroke Comprehensive in 1972.

Information about other plays, and photographs of school sports teams and pupils, as well as old school magazines and more recent news can be found on the first website dedicated to past pupils of the grammar school.

There is also an application form for the next reunion for former pupils and staff at The Cleddau Bridge Hotel, Pembroke Dock, on Saturday, May 3.

At the last reunion the oldest ex-pupil had attended the school in the mid 1930s, when it was known as Pembroke Dock County School, and the youngest had joined in 1972.

The reunion promises to be a good night – a chance to meet up with old friends and have a laugh.

Tickets are essential. They cost £15 on a first come first served basis and any profits will go towards maintaining the website.

Application forms are also available from Rosalie Lilwall (nee Minchin) on 01646 686527.

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