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King Edward school holds appeal dinner; POST PEOPLE.

King Edward VI High School for Girls in Edgbaston held a dinner to raise additional funds for its 125 Bursary Appeal.

The dinner was a key event in this appeal which has been launched this year, the 125th anniversary of KEHS, to raise funds for its means-tested bursaries scheme.

The guest of honour was Lord Jones, who gave an entertaining after-dinner speech. This was followed by a raffle and an auction of items and experiences which had all been donated.


Michael and Victoria Riley Anne Dent and Heather Coombes Julie Newman, Kate Thompkins, Gail Breakwell, Wendy Jones Deirdre and Rachel Moll Sarah Blanks and Jess Rance Rose Campbell, Andrew Fowler, Stephen Campbell At the King Edward VI High School for Girls' 125th anniversary dinner were David Holmes, chairman of the governors; Sarah Evans, school principal; Lord (Digby) Jones, guest of honour
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Date:Jul 9, 2009
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