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An invitation, by 'kind permission of the Prime Minister and Dame Margaret Lloyd George', for Miss J. Bullas to attend the sixth London reunion at 10 Downing Street in 1921.
The accompanying contemporary newspaper cutting mentions 150 former pupils attending the event. Miss Ann Griffith, a school cook for over forty years and'famous for her cakes', sent a special cake from Dolgelley for the occasion. This was duly cut and 'solemnly', sampled by all present.
An interesting variation on the expected format for Old Girls' reunions was 'a programme of songs and elocution' contributed by past pupils.
Margaret Lloyd George made a short speech referencing the three happy years she had enjoyed at DWS and mention was also made of her daughter Mrs Carey Evans, who had also been to DWS. Unfortunately Carey's departure from India had been delayed until September so she was unable to attend.