Three times world darts champion Martin “Wolfie” Adams added an extra point to this year’s Deepings Beer Festival at the weekend.
The event run by Deepings Rugby Club at its home in Deeping St James was held in support of Rugby for Heroes, a charity helping servicemen and women adjust to civilian life and overcome traumatic experiences during their careers in the armed forces.
A Challenge Wolfie event in the main beer tent opened the weekend and there was also a host of live music provided from bands based in the area, as well as a raffle.
Mark Owen, rugby club chairman, said: “This event is key for us each year and we were delighted that with the kind support of Martin, many club volunteers and the visiting public, we raised over £1,000 through the weekend raffle and Challenge Wolfie.
“Beerfest isn’t possible each year without the hours and hours of support from volunteers and supporters of the club and we would like to thank everyone who have enabled the event to run with the success that it has and to keep it as a free festival for the Deeping St James community.”
Pictured are Kate Smith, sons Daniel and Oliver and their grandad Keith Mitchell. Photo: SG270713-153TW.