Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 30 August 2015

Belfast school Annadale Grammar school brought to book

Published 01/02/2014

An old Belfast grammar school which counts the First Minister among its alumni is the focus of a new book.

Annadale Grammar closed in 1989 but the south Belfast school's spirit is kept alive by a former pupils' association.

The school educated boys from 1950-1989 and DUP leader Peter Robinson was among those who went there.

The book – Annadale Grammar School 1950-1989 – is being officially launched today.

The cover was designed by Belfast Telegraph cartoonist Stevie Lee, also a past pupil.

All former pupils are invited to tonight's launch which will take place in the assembly hall of Wellington College at 7.30pm.

Contact Bobbie Armstrong at or at 18 Clevely Park, Belfast, BT8 6NB, for a copy of the book.

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