Tony explains: "This is a photograph taken of the Rag Day
proces-sion by students of Dudley Teacher Training College, which has been mentioned several times in recent editions of The Bugle.
March 20, 1967: Oastler College's first Rag Day
raised more than pounds 300 for charity and a Rag Day
Committee spokesman said the students were delighted with the result.
Then, after frantic enquiries, it emerged that the craft were built by engineering students at Farnborough Technical College in Hampshire as part of a rag day
After I graduated I revived "Pantosfinx" the rag magazine when in those days students had a Rag Day
to raise money for charity and hospitals in the pre NHS-days.
The 90th annual Rag Day
in Pill, Somerset, started pleasantly enough before groups of teenagers gathered and began drinking at the basketball park.
It shows Newcastle University medical students in a Rag Day
stunt in the Grainger Street/Market Street area during the autumn term of 1962, and I believe most of the participants are still alive and well.
Apparently, Cardiff students had threatened to kidnap Graham and I as a rag day
stunt - they would have wanted a ransom to let us go.
Little Emily Hemming and her schoolmates at Mount Nod Primary School were decked out in colourful costumes during Birmingham Children's Hospital's fundraising Glad Rag Day
February 23, 1962: Huddersfield College of Technology students mystified passers-by in the Market Place today with a Rag Day
demonstration of a new dance, the Twist.
Emily Hemming, aged nine, of Mount Nod, is the face behind the Glad Rag Day
fundraiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital.