Former Royal teachers to join ‘Royal Parade - 2010’

Members of the Association of Old Royalists' 1962 Group are planning to felicitate their former teachers by participating in the ‘Royal Parade 2010’ together with them, on Saturday July 3 2010.

All teachers during their school career - viz. Royal Primary School (1956 to 1961) and Royal College (1962 to 1969) - who are now feeble and unable to walk the full distance of the Parade would be transported along the Parade by motorized vehicles.

Healthwise, if they are advised not to tire themselves by participating fully in the Parade, they would be picked up half-way at a point named ‘1962 - Royalway - Station’ along R. A. de Mel Mawatha (Duplication Road).

Parking facilities would also be provided at this point ONLY for Members of the 1962 Group who are medically advised not to walk the full distance. These past students request their former teachers to get in touch with Nanda Kumar Punchihewa (Telephone 0112 574127 / SMS 0773 146243) as soon as possible to facilitate them to finalise arrangements.

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