Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 5 August 2015

School calls on past pupils for 50th anniversary

Published 07/01/2011 | 00:00

A school in Londonderry is appealing for past pupils to help celebrate its 50th anniversary.

Belmont House School first opened its doors on May 9, 1961, welcoming boys and girls from across Derry and further afield.

The school, which now functions as a special needs school for young people with a range of learning or physical disabilities, has organised a series of events for May and June of this year, starting with a 50th anniversary book and culminating in a grand dance.

Anyone with old photographs from their school days is invited to get in touch with Gwen Kennedy at the school, or to visit

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