We reported on how Sleaford bricklayer Paul Day had overcome a serious building site injury to invent a device to help people with arm paralysis get dressed.
Dubbed SleeveAID, it had already been taken up by mobility aid shops across the UK, with US distribution being considered.
He later went on to win an award in a ceremony hosted by the Sleaford Standard and Sleaford Town Council.
- A robber wearing a hooded top made off with cash from the Spar shop in Heckington after threatening staff with a ‘screwdriver like object’.
- A Sleaford filmmaking family had received an endorsement from TV’s Stephen Fry for their latest project.
Andy Burn and son Callum, of Tin Hat Productions, were hoping to raise £500,000 to make their first feature film, Our Shining Sword.
The QI presenter shared a link to the film’s website with his 6.5 million followers on Twitter.