Brian’s last West Coats du­ties af­ter 18 years

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Jonathan Ged­des

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

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