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Wednesday, 16 October 2019

BELFAST, LOOKING FOR MEMORIES OF ST MARY'S CHRISTIAN BROTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 1965 - 1970


Available for freelance writing commissions on a variety of subjects including family history, nostalgic Belfast and its famous people, shops, shoppers & shopping, the golden age of Hollywood (esp westerns) and humorous pieces on life's weird and wonderful. Op-eds, columns, non-fiction book reviews too. 
CV of published material available on request.
joecushnan@aol.com & @JoeCushnan


I am researching an autobiographical writing project which includes my time at St Mary's Christian Brothers Grammar School, Glen Road, from 1965 (when I was a first year "wee legs") to 1970.

I want to hear from anyone who was there in those years, their memories, stories and the everlasting influence the school and its teachers had on them.

Contact me via joecushnan@aol.com

To refresh memories, this is the cover of The Simmarian Magazine, Christmas 1965, that contains a photo of every pupil. My original copy is right in front of me.



These are photos of the first two pages of Form 1, new intake, that might jog memories. UTV's prime news presenter, Paul Clarke, is in amongst the line-up.



If anyone can help, please get in touch via joe cushnan@aol.com. I know it's 54 years ago.......

Thanks.


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