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Nostalgia: Students flying high in 1994

PUBLISHED: 18:46 28 August 2012

Celebrating exam results at Chantry High School 1994.

Celebrating exam results at Chantry High School 1994.

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CELEBRATING students cheered as they received their exam results back in 1994.

These students from Chantry High School were among those that were toasting success that summer.

Meanwhile, our photographers snapped youngsters having fun at the Gainsborough Community Day and the new starters enjoying their first day of school at Trimley St Mary that year.

Another school photo we have uncovered is one taken at Broke Hall School as pupils celebrated the establishment’s 18th birthday.

Our snappers were at Felixstowe Carnival in 1994, and the Buttermarket karaoke competition and walkers setting off from Holbrook in a charity trek.

As ever, if you have any memories from these orother events from 1994 that you wish to share with Star readers e-mail Sharon Clarke at sharon.clark@archant.co.uk.

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