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Fun day raises £1.5k in Archie’s memory

Fun day raises £1.5k in Archie’s memory

A fun day held in Ruskington village hall to fundraise in memory of a little boy has raised £1,500. The Lullaby family fun day was held to raise awareness of Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood (SUDC). Baby Archie died from the condition in 2016, aged just 13 months. The event was organised by Archie’s mum Nicole Rolls, and friend Laura Howard - and included various stalls and fun games for children.

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From left -: Eve Bowler and John Maddison from Sleaford Dementia Support, Adrian and Rachel Tweedale co-directors at The Elite Fish & Chip Company along with staff members Tracey Donoghue and Ella Good, Daniel Cooper and Chris Nisbet from the RNLI and Lucy Slonecki from the RAF Association with the ?32,128.92 donation. EMN-190521-090320001

Chip shop chain raises £32,000

A fish and chip shop chain with outlets including Sleaford and Ruskington has celebrated 30 years in business in the county by smashing its charity fundraising target of £30,000.

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Raising awareness of disease

Members of the Rotary Club of Sleaford were in ‘high spirits’ when they displayed their ‘purple pinkies’ to raise awareness and £1,000 for the ‘End Polio Now’ campaign.

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Libraries smash two-million lending target

Over the past 12 months, a record two million items, including books, e-books and DVDs, have been borrowed from Lincolnshire’s 15 core libraries, mobile libraries and e-services, a rise of 3 per cent, smashing previous records.

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Sponsored walk from Wilsford Village Hall in aid of replacing the church roof. EMN-190705-092345001

Supporters ramble for church roof funds

Around 36 people turned out to support Wilsford’s ‘Ramble for the Roof’ event on Bank Holiday Monday. The two sponsored walks were organised to generate money to repair the roof of St Mary’s Church in Wilsford, which has been subject to several thefts of lead.

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