What people have been up to in south Lincolnshire

Crowland Lions presents cheques to charities. Photo: SG300115-158TW
Crowland Lions presents cheques to charities. Photo: SG300115-158TW
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The Lincolnshire Free Press covers numerous events taking place throughout the district each week. Here are just a few.

2 Retro BA bag anyone? Or how about some genuinely vintage household cleaning products? Brian Green, of Brian Green’s Collectables, was attending the Antiques and Collectors’ Fair held at Springfields Events Centre with his range of old advertising, packaging and other ephemera. Photo: SG010215-101TW

Brian Green displays some of his collectables at Springfields Antiques and Collectors Fair. Photo: SG010215-101TW

Brian Green displays some of his collectables at Springfields Antiques and Collectors Fair. Photo: SG010215-101TW

3 At the first meeting of Crafty Crafters at Gedney Dyke Village Hall were (from left) Chrissie Singleton, Shirley Beard, Dott Webber and organiser Jo Batten. 
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4 Representatives from Marie Curie and Macmillan Cancer Relief shared the proceeds from the Lesley Garrett gala concert which was the finale of the week-long music festival, MaNiFEST, held at St Mary & St Nicolas Church, Spalding. Each organisation received £2,384.58. Pictured are, back (from left) – Roger Bright, Eric Wayman, the Rev John Bennett, Ann Howard, Sarah Chadd, John Howard; front – Christine van Egmond, Tanya Taylor of Macmillan, Jo Berry of Marie Curie and Mary Bennett.
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5 Bookworms could gain some information about health matters if they visited Spalding Library during its Health Week. The venue staged different exhibitions all week tackling a variety of health issues. Library team leader Sharman Morris is pictured with the Alcoholics Anonymous display.
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6 Life was sweet for staff at Spalding-based chartered accountants and tax advisors Bulley Davey last week. The firm, which advised the new owners of Pacey’s before opening day, celebrated with the Spalding bakery’s owners Sharon and George Tear with a tray full of cakes. Bulley Davey director Peter Wright said: “Pacey’s Bakery is a shining example of the value and quality local independent business can provide to the community. What better way is there to celebrate this than with one of their delightful cream cakes and we were more than happy to have a slice of the action once it had re-opened.”
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The first meeting of Crafty Crafters was attended by Chrissie Singleton, Shirley Beard, Dot Webber and Jo Batten. Photo: SG030215-124TW

The first meeting of Crafty Crafters was attended by Chrissie Singleton, Shirley Beard, Dot Webber and Jo Batten. Photo: SG030215-124TW

Library team leader Sharman Morris with the Alcoholics Anonymous display at Spalding Library. Photo: SG260115-107TW

Library team leader Sharman Morris with the Alcoholics Anonymous display at Spalding Library. Photo: SG260115-107TW

Charity cheque presentation at St Mary & St Nicolas Church in Spalding.Photo: SG300115-109TW

Charity cheque presentation at St Mary & St Nicolas Church in Spalding.Photo: SG300115-109TW

Let's have a boardroom meeting. Back (from left) - James Gibson, Kelley Dobbs, Jamie Issitt, Robert Dalton, Andy Atkins, George Bellard, Helen Jex; front - SharonTear, Peter Wright, George Tear. Photo: SG040215-116TW

Let's have a boardroom meeting. Back (from left) - James Gibson, Kelley Dobbs, Jamie Issitt, Robert Dalton, Andy Atkins, George Bellard, Helen Jex; front - SharonTear, Peter Wright, George Tear. Photo: SG040215-116TW