St. Mary's Menston 50th Anniversary

St. Mary’s Menston celebrating 50 years of Catholic Education during the Academic Year 2014–15

St. Mary’s Menston first opened its doors to pupils in November 1964 and was officially blessed and opened by the Rt. Rev. Mgr. George Patrick Dwyer, Bishop of Leeds on 3 July 1965.

“This year, St. Mary’s celebrates our 50th anniversary year, celebrating 50 years of Catholic Education.  We have some very special events planned, with information on our school website. We are holding our 50th Anniversary Open Day on 4 October and I am really looking forward to meeting families and friends in the local community on this day: all are very welcome!”

Mr Darren Beardsley, Headteacher, St. Mary's Menston

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Display celebrating 50 years of St. Mary's Menston, outside the Main Hall (room M1)

Display celebrating 50 years of St. Mary's Menston, outside the Main Hall (room M1)