Brian’s last West Coats duties after 18 years
Cambuslang Baptish Church minister Brian Graham recently said a fond farewell to West Coats Primary.
Brian is set to retire from his duties at the end of July, and that means he will also finish his duties with the Cambuslang school, where he’s been chaplain for the past 18 years.
To mark the occasion the school held special assemblies for him, which even included pupil Harley Miller playing the part of Brian, as the school looked back on his work there over the years.
A school spokesperson said:“The special assemblies were performed by all the pupils, as Brian will be retiring from his post in July.
“To say thanks for all the work he’s done with our school Brian was taken for a walk down Memory Lane with 18 memories for 18 years and then was reminded that, to us, he’s definitely a superhero.
“Brian’s wife, Anne Marie, also attended as did Mae Russell who came with Brian to help run a weekly lunch time club.
“Our children presented, acted and sang for their Mr Graham and primary one all dressed up as superheroes which was one of the running themes in Brian’s visits.
“We will all miss the fun that Brian brought to our assemblies and we wish him the very best for a long and happy retirement.”
Playing the part Brian Graham with Harley Miller, who played him at special assemblies to mark his time as chaplain at West Coats