Hall was alive with ukuleles

The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding with Ayscoughfee Hall School choir, Pam Clay (president of Spalding Inner Wheel) and Bryan Maindonald's guide dog Bruce.
The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding with Ayscoughfee Hall School choir, Pam Clay (president of Spalding Inner Wheel) and Bryan Maindonald's guide dog Bruce.
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THE halls of Ayscoughfee School were alive with the sound of ukuleles as Spalding Inner Wheel held a party for PHAB (Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied) and The Blind Society.

The party, which is held every year, was initially just for the blind society but it has now expanded to include other groups and is known as the Caring Party.

Around 80 people from Age UK, The Blind Society and PHAB were delighted to attend the event which has now been running for around 40 years.

Music was provided by the Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding and the pupils at Ayscoughfee Hall School.

Spalding and South Holland Rotary Clubs provided transport for those that needed it so they could attend the party which was “enjoyable for all involved.”

Committee member, Carol Cook, added: “It was a very pleasant afternoon and I think that the people who came enjoyed the company and especially enjoyed the sing-song.”