Everyone’s getting behind Two Lips appeal

It's all smiles from Rotary members at the car boot sale in aid of Two Lips. Pictured (from left) are Barry Elliott, Alan Porter and John Syson.
It's all smiles from Rotary members at the car boot sale in aid of Two Lips. Pictured (from left) are Barry Elliott, Alan Porter and John Syson.

RESIDENTS are already digging deep to boost Rotary Club of Spalding’s Two Lips appeal, which is supported by the Spalding Guardian.

A very successful car boot sale was held on Sunday in Moulton Chapel Road, off the A16 Cowbit roundabout.

Rotary president Alan Porter said Sam Kandola and David Jack have agreed to give two-thirds of this Sunday’s car boot profits to the cause.

Mr Porter said: “It’s very generous. Everybody’s getting behind Two Lips.”

Activities to raise more than £10,000 for good causes are taking place all week.

The first event was a stall hosted by Rotary members at Spalding market on Saturday.

On Tuesday, there was an authentic Indian evening at the Indus restaurant.

Johnson Community Hospital staff wore something red for 50p or normal uniform for £1 and volunteers held a cake and book stall.

Yesterday AP Sales in New Road held a coffee morning and book stall.

About 20 teams are entering tonight’s Spalding Guardian quiz night at St Norbert’s Church Hall, a balloon race will be launched from town on Saturday and Tollgate Women’s Institute is hosting a tea party on Monday.

l Full details and pictures of all of the Two Lips events will be featured in next Thursday’s Spalding Guardian.