NEWS IN PICTURES: Covering Deeping St James, Donington, Fleet, Gosberton Clough and Risegate and Spalding

1 - Ayscoughfee Hall School in Spalding enjoyed a Healthy Living Day with the Elite Sports Academy.
1 - Ayscoughfee Hall School in Spalding enjoyed a Healthy Living Day with the Elite Sports Academy.
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1- Year 6 pupils at Spalding’s Ayscoughfee Hall Primary School enjoyed a healthy living session with Spalding-based Elite Sports Academy, which is run by popular local footballer Andrew Tidswell (pictured back, left). Photo (TIM WILSON): SG100616-138TW

2 – Pupils, staff and Deepings Rotary Club members are pictured at the official re-opening of the school outdoor learning area at Linchfield Primary School in Deeping St James. After the area had become overgrown, money was raised through the Friends of the School and a donation from the Rotary Club, which officially re-opened the area. Local firm Deep In Garden helped restore it. Pictured are, back row, from left: Ellie Swan, school outdoor leader Scott Reeve, Kelly Bradley, head Andy Fawkes, Tom Johnson, Sue Titman, Rotary chair Ken Littlemore and Carl Midgley; front Thomas, Poppy, Honey and Nick. (SG240616-102TW)

2 - Opening of new outdoor learning area at Linchfield Primary School in Deeping St James.

2 - Opening of new outdoor learning area at Linchfield Primary School in Deeping St James.

3– Outgoing Inner Wheel of Spalding president Annie Bagworth is pictured at the Welland Yacht Club in Spalding handing over to joint incoming president Pam Smith, watched by other members. Other joint president Mary Stanford could not be there on the evening. (SG240616-202TW)

4 – Fleet Baptist Church summer fair at the end of June had to move into the church hall to shelter from the rain. Pictured at the cake stall are, from left: Isobel Whitely, Rita Greenslade, Mary Steele, Pam Caccavaley, Margaret Elston, Pastor Ross Dean and Joyce Waterfall. (SG250616-165TW)

5 – Donington Firefighters made a fantastic £.£5007.54 from their 2016 charity calendar. The calendar – which raised money for the Firefighters Charity – was unique in that as well as including Donington firefighters and retired firefighters, it also featured photographs of actual incidents they had attended. A special copy was sent to the Queen, who is patron of the charity and sent an official reply. Our picture shows firefighters’ wives presenting the cheque to watch manager John Scott, front, from left: Cheryl Clark, Michelle Allgood, Jane Inkley, Tanya Holstead, Lacie Holstead, Nicola Burdalll, Station Manager Pete Wiles, Watch Manager John Scott, Janette Scott and Sam Stanhope. (SG260616-200TW)

6 – Pupils at Gosberton Clough and Risegate Primary School enjoyed a visit from Lincolnshire Police recently, including their mascot Bobby Bear. Pictured with Bobby are Niall Rooney, Ellie Burton, Megan Thompson and Louie Gooderson. (SG280616-100TW)

3 - Inner Wheel presidency hand-over.

3 - Inner Wheel presidency hand-over.

7 – Spalding Blind Social Club celebrated its 40th birthday with a meal at Pinchbeck Village Hall. Members are pictured ready for their feast. (SG300616-134TW)

4 - Fleet Baptist Church summer fair

4 - Fleet Baptist Church summer fair

5 - Donington Fire Station cheque presentation

5 - Donington Fire Station cheque presentation

6  - Police visit Gosberton Clough and Risegate Primary School

6 - Police visit Gosberton Clough and Risegate Primary School

7  - Spalding Blind Social Club's 40th birthday

7 - Spalding Blind Social Club's 40th birthday