OLD school pals are holding a reunion in memory of classmates who have died over the last 20 years.

The Class of ‘95 Hounsdown Reunion and Fundraiser will be held in aid of The Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund.

After Lisa, from Nomansland, was killed in a car crash in Australia in 2002 at the age of 23, her grieving parents Clive and Trish vowed that something good would come of her death.

Since then the scholarship fund set up in Lisa’s memory has raise more than £250,000 – helping 70 promising students fulfill their dreams.

In August a class of ‘95 reunion was organised by Lynne White at the New Forest Hotel in Ashurst which attracted around 30 people – all now in their mid-30s – and raised £130 for Lisa’s fund.

Subsequently Lynne discovered that many more people who attended the Totton school would have liked to have attended so she has teamed up with Clive and Trish to organise a bigger and better event.

Sadly she discovered that Lisa was not the only member of the year to have died in the intervening years.

“We would also like to get in touch with the families of the following students: Leon Nkomo, Joanne Toy, Damien Riddett and Paul Rochester, Stephen Tippetts, and Keith Mouland, all of whom are no longer with us. We’d like them to know their children have not been forgotten and they are welcome to attend in their name,” said Lynne.

“As well as a fundraiser the evening is to be a celebration of their lives.”

The event to be held at Totton and Eling Cricket Club on November 21 will feature music from the band Driftwood, whose line-up includes Andy Daish from the class of ’95, and Joey Brenig-Jones accompanied by Mike Vaughan.

Tickets for the event, priced at £5, will be available shortly from Lynne White (formerly Garriock) at lynnewhite24@gmail.com or on 07794 469260.

The organisers would be grateful for any information about class members and pictures and memorabilia from their time at Hounsdown.