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A very successful Centenary Service was held in Worcester Cathedral on October 18th 2008.
It was attended by about 700 Old Girls coming from all over the UK and Overseas.
The service was taken by the Dean of Worcester, assisted by Rev. Sara Scott (1960 - 1967) and Rev. Anne Lanyon-Hogg (Chester 1960 - 1967). Unfortunatly the Rev. Mary Nobles (Slater 1948 -1955) had broken her hip and although present was unable to participate in the service.
A choir of about 60 Old Girls, organised by Joan Willis and Pat Turner, was conducted by Joan. Dr Donald Hunt played the organ.
The singing was magnificent and it was hard to believe that for some members of the chioir it was the first time they had sung together.
Reminiscences from the three eras of the School were given by old pupild. They were written by Mary Baker (Hirons) 1927 - 1934, Miss Parsons and Miss Richardson (former teachers), and Helen and Rebeccas Galassini 1975 - 1983. The service was followed by tea in the Chapter House with people catching up on old friendships from their schooldays.
Thank you all who attended the event and helped to make it such a memorable occasion,