Gosport school’s history celebrated

GET-TOGETHER From left, Tracey Weston, Ann Hindson and son Harrison Carr, principal Di Lloyd, Jesse Cully, Richard Counter, Sylvia Root, Robin Root and Sheena Dawson at St Vincent's College. Picture: Steve Reid (122249-751)
GET-TOGETHER From left, Tracey Weston, Ann Hindson and son Harrison Carr, principal Di Lloyd, Jesse Cully, Richard Counter, Sylvia Root, Robin Root and Sheena Dawson at St Vincent's College. Picture: Steve Reid (122249-751)
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STUDENTS showed visitors around their college to mark its 25th anniversary.

St Vincent College, in Gosport, held a community open day to mark the milestone.

The college opened its doors in September 1987, and taught 200 students.

Now it has more than 1,000 taking part in its courses.

The college principal, Di Lloyd, said: ‘St Vincent has a special place in the hearts of the people of Gosport.

‘Tens of thousands of people have studied here, not to mention those who served here when it was a naval training school.’

The open day was held on Saturday for students past and present to explore the college’s history.