Pupils go back in time for centenary

28th October 2005 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Children at Allensbank primary in Heath celebrated their school's centenary with a series of events coinciding with Cardiff's hundredth anniversary as a city. Edwardian costume was back in fashion as children studied the era when the school first opened, in 1905. Allensbank old boy and Phantom of the Opera star Peter Karrie was among the special guests visiting, and saw an exhibition of photographs and artefacts. He also led a walk with pupils in Edwardian school uniform.

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