A village school combined ukuleles, tractors and teas at their recent garden party to join in with a nationwide initiative.
As part of the annual Big Lunch celebrations, which encourages people to join in with their friends and neighbours to share a community lunch together, Ancaster primary school held a garden party on Saturday.
There was a vintage tractor display throughout the day, as well as teas and food served at regular intervals plus fundraising stalls and games by the school’s PTFA and gardening club, who also gave guided tours of their new gardening area and Sky Glade area.
Giving performances to entertain the crowds were the school choir and up-and-coming band the Ukalayabouts, as well as the Grantham Folk Club and the Lincolnshire Hospital, and as a special treat there was also a fly-past by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.
The event was organised by the PTFA, although the amount raised is not yet known.