Belfast school Annadale Grammar school brought to book
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or at 18 Clevely Park, Belfast, BT8 6NB, for a copy of the book.