UPDATE! Class of 66 Reunion held in July, see under NEW ADDITION! below.
Croeso/Welcome to The Penvro! If you are feeling nostalgic about your Pembroke (Dock) Grammar School days, interested in contacting your former school friends or are just amused by the old Photos, then this is the place for you!
Memories and featured News items about past pupils and teachers, including the late Islwyn Griffiths and Roland Mathias among many others. Don't forget to keep up with social items as well. There's always something new, so check often at the bottom of the page for new content.
Author, broadcaster and past pupil, Phil Carradice has written an engaging article on the History of Pembroke Grammar School from its inception exclusively for The Penvro!
We have already assembed a digital archive of a vast number of the original past issues of "The Penvro"magazine. These are available to download and you are also able to easily search the pdfs as well for that special mention!
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Friends Reunited is a free, user friendly way to find past pupils. There are several school "aliases", eg Bush Grammar, so look at each. View by year or name search. You can securely send & receive messages. We successfully used it for the All Years Reunion- it's worth a go!
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Try our Google site search below- eg type in "Bush House" or your full name. You will be amazed at the results as it doesn't just search the site, it will also search through all of the Penvros we have scanned to date!
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Find yourself, classmates & family in the Long School Photos from 1935 to 1971!
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Be sure to view our online collection of the school magazine The Penvro!
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NEW ADDITION! ...with sincerest apologies for lateness from your webmaster
CLASS OF 66 REUNION!
Turning 60 is a bit of a milestone, so a group of former Pembroke Grammar
School girls decided that this needed celebration, in this our special year.
We met on Sunday 5th July for lunch at the Kings Arms. For some of us, it
was the first time since we left school over 40 years ago!!
To read Rosemary Thomas's (Cook) report on their reunion and view a larger labelled version of the photo opposite CLICK HERE
Don't forget- with the holidays approaching, to view our PGS past pupils's books by following the links at the bottom of the Past Pupil News pages....ALL OUR PENVRO AUTHORS' BOOKS MAKE GREAT GIFTS AT ANYTIME!
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