A voluntary group that works tirelessly for the benefit of the Deepings has received a charitable donation.
Representatives from Deeping First Responders visited the Deepings School to accept a cheque for £627 from the School Council.
The local charity was chosen by the School Council to benefit from fundraising that took place earlier this year.
Teacher Julie Chapman, on behalf of the School Council, said: “The Council was keen to support Deeping First Responders as a locally based, voluntary organisation that works tirelessly for the benefit of our community.
“They had heard first-hand about the service that the group provides to residents and wanted to support them in recognition of what they do.”
Pictured at the presentation are: business manager Lisa Goodchild, history teacher and School Council representative Julie Chapman, students William Bruce, Isabella Hartley and Benonio Rosario, First Responder Peter Ward, students William Schelpe, Ellie Robinson, Lewis Tansley and Emily Maclennan, and Deeping First Responders group coordinator Helen Bembridge.