The Association Annual Dinner will take place on Friday October 7 2022 at The Diplomat Hotel Felinfoel SA15 3PJ The speaker will be Lord Howard of Lympe Tickets cost £35 and will be available from the secretary from September 1. Please contact him by email email@example.com Dress code black tie or lounge suit […]Read More
Mr T V Shaw, Clifford Evans Actor,(Pupil at the School 1923-1928,) meeting 1950. Headteacher 1917-1937 Griff J Thomas M.A.
Clifford Evans was a pupil at the school from 1923 to 1928.Headteacher at the time was Griff J Thomas ( 1917 to 1937 ). Clifford appeared in leading roles in school plays from 1926 to 1928, and appreciating his potential two teachers – Dr. Afan Jones and Morgan Rees were instrumental in encouraging him […]Read More
Clifford Evans,(1912-1985), Man of Film and Theatre, Llanelly County Intermediate School 1923 – 1928
Article from Llanelli Community Heritage, author Stephen Evans. Clifford Evans – Man of the Theatre Clifford Evans began his progression in the world of acting, when the Latin teacher, Dr. Afan Jones, cast him in a series of school plays in 1926/1927/1928. In 1929,after Clifford had passed his School Certificate Exams, he left his home […]Read More
Due to the uncertainty caused by the Covid 19 pandemic the annual dinner is postponed until October 7 2022Read More
Former Pupil from Bynea, Melville Edwards, PO/X4154,Royal Marine, who lost his life, aged 20, with the sinking of Battlecruiser HMS Hood,24 May 1941.
Information courtesy of Steven John, West Wales Memorial Project. HMS Hood From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from HMS Hood (51)) . HMS Hood (51) – March 17, 1924.jpg Hood, 17 March 1924 History United Kingdom Name: Hood Namesake: Admiral Samuel Hood Ordered: 7 April 1916 Builder: John Brown & Company Cost: £6,025,000 HMS Hood […]Read More