CHILDHOOD friends who moved to different corners of the globe were reunited at their old school in Denbigh.

A number of former St Brigid's School pupils travelled from as far as Hong Kong to attend the reunion where they were given a tour parts of the school and looked through its archives of photographs and memorabilia.

The garden party on the school field on June 1 was attended by Sparrow Harrison, owner of Cae Dai Estate, Denbigh, who attended the school from 1946-47, and two Brigidine Sisters who taught there when it was called the Brigidine Convent.

It is school tradition to hold a reunion as it has every year since the 1940s.

There was a hog roast, outdoor bar and live music from the Denbigh band Keenan Jones.

Jon Rosser, spokesperson for St Brigid's School, said: "The weather was perfect and all who attended enjoyed meeting friends who they may not have seen since leaving school. The band had them up and dancing and the evening drew to a close in the tradition of the famous school pantomimes, and the singing of Once a Year Day and To See Our Folks."