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September 22, 2015

London College of Printing students to reunite for 40th anniversary

By Mark A. Silberstein

Did you study journalism at the London College of Printing in 1975? Press Gazette has received the following press release:

Next month former London College of Printing journalism students are to meet up for a 40th anniversary reunion. 

And organisers are trying to contact more of their old colleagues to see if they’d like to attend. 

In September 1975, more than 30 students enrolled on the NCTJ Pre Entry Training Course in Periodical Journalism at the London College of Printing. 

Forty years on, the ex-students are due to meet up at a London venue on the evening of Saturday, October 24. 

“We last held a reunion back in 1989 and it went really well,” says Paul Strange, one of the event organisers. 

“We’ve already got around 14 of us gathering for our 40th anniversary reunion, but we’re looking for more of our former students to join us. 

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"It will be a great chance for people to catch up, have a good chat, a drink and some food.” 

If you were on the LCP course, 1975-76, and would like to attend the 40th anniversary reunion, please contact Paul Strange on or call 07758 577633. The venue has wi-fi, so Skyping may be possible. 


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