Hundreds flock to Wartime Windsor event

Allo Allo! Student James Gordon, Brian Darby, Mike Law from Black Country at War Displays, Zara Dea, Mick Cox, Arron Runner and Colette Metcalf.

Allo Allo! Student James Gordon, Brian Darby, Mike Law from Black Country at War Displays, Zara Dea, Mick Cox, Arron Runner and Colette Metcalf.

First published in News

THE 75th anniversary of Windsor High School was marked by a summer fun day this weekend.

The Windsor High School Association organised the Wartime Windsor event with battle vehicles on display, medals on show and live 1940s music being performed.

Vice-chairman of the WHSA Mick Cox branded the Wartime Windsor event a success.

He said: "It was an absolutely brilliant day which saw over 400 people pass through during the event.

"The WW2 vehicles proved very popular as did our American style dancers who were doing wartime routines."

Other attractions on the day included a bouncy castle, house games, a tea dance, raffle and live music.

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