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Inside this issue Quality Childcare in a Village Setting page 5

Have You Got Cash In The Attic? pages 4, 48-49, 55

Linfords Celebrates “National Fish & Chip Day” 2019 In Style! page 50

Yo u r f a v o u r i t e c o m m u n i t y l i f e s t y l e m a g a z i n e – P R I C E L E S S


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Community Fun Day Saturday July 13th 11-4pm In Deeping St. Nicholas Church and Orchard

With amazing Dog Show, Pony Rides Bouncy Castles, Demonstrations. Stalls in the Church and Orchard. Tea and cakes available plus Ice Cream and burgers Free Entry

For tickets and enquiries Sue Steele 01775 630256 • Sue King 01775 527068 Rev. Erica Crust 07751 323584 erica.crust@gmail.com


Introduction

Welcome to Your June Issue. June 16th, and Father’s Day will be upon us again, so just a little reminder for you all to show him just how much he means to you! Why not start by helping him win the competition in this month’s edition which has a “fatherly feel” to it … (if more clues were needed)? The highlight of June of course is not just Father’s Day, but the fact that, on that day the fantastic Bourne Classic Car and Bike Carnival will be held, bigger, busier and brighter than ever before. Please come and enjoy what looks like being a brilliant day out for everyone. Finally, my love and Happy Father’s Day greetings go to my dad, Bill, and husband, Chris.

Claire x

Our June issue has its usual cornucopia of features to dip into and enjoy, as the summer arrives. I hope there’s something for everyone. As some of our offspring face their final school exams this year, we wish good luck to all of our GCSE and A Level students in the area. It will all be worth it in the long run – honestly! Just think of all that debt you’ll soon be able to rack up at university! And finally, as June sees the Schwarz offspring’s first foray into the wonderful institution of marriage, (when our eldest son Rob and Jade tie the knot), let me share some lines from the inimitable John Cooper Clarke, spotted recently in Stamford - “It all starts off with hearts and diamonds, but before too long you’re thinking clubs and spades.” (Surely not, unless of course he means clubs to join, as a loving couple, and spades to dig your garden with … together!) Enjoy the read!

John

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5......................First Steps Nursery, Maxey feature. 6......................The Potting Shed – Gardening advice for June. 8.....................Access 4 Lofts feature. 10....................Citizens Advice and Safe Local Trades. 13....................Father’s Day competition. 20..................Community Matters. 24...................Your Finances – Perils and pitfalls of purchasing a property. 26...................Will & Probate Services – Planning a funeral. 28...................Pinfold Photographic – One summer, one family. 32...................Renu – Happy 13th birthday! 34...................The Wellhead Practice – Are your feet ‘summer-ready’? 36 / 37.......The Goodlife Lodge Co – Thorney Golf Course. 38...................Hummingbird Hypnotherapy – Being on your own. 39...................Minimally invasive dentistry – The Priestgate Clinic. 42 / 43.......Empire Gym – Those 3 Magic Steps. 44..................Discovering … Market Deeping Town Hall. 46...................The Puzzle Page. 50...................Linfords – “National Fish & Chip Day”. 52 .................Seasonal Delights with Vine House Farm. 56...................Pets and Vets – Perils in the garden. 59 ..................Schools News. 61 / 63........What’s on – Events and gigs guide. 64 / 66.......Classified businesses directory.

With thanks to:

Nick Ash, Rex Needle, Clare Lockett, Eileen Le Voi, Liberty Partnership Ltd, Claire Saunders, Matt Weston, Nicole Woodcock, Vine House Farm, Newton Fallowell

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for several years and enjoy their roles. Our manager, Janet, has been here for over thirteen years. Our rural setting allows us to have the space for children to roam and use their imagination. Our extensive gardens are safe and secure, thus allowing our young explorers to spread their wings. Our children enjoy going to see the animals at the farm and make trips to the village hall and to our beautiful local church. Of course, it’s not all just about our surroundings. We work with parents to establish an effective partnership between home and nursery. Each child is valued and encouraged to reach their full potential. All our food is prepared on site. We have a 5* food hygiene rating and can cater for most specialist dietary requirements. Funded places are available for two, three and four year olds, (subject to eligibility). Why not come and see what we have to offer? We’d love to show you around.

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The Potting Shed Well let’s hope that we have those lovely warm, long sunny days that herald midsummer and that the plants benefit from the rise in temperature and the sunshine. While it is highly unlikely that there will be a frost, the bugs and beasties will be enjoying munching on your plants, so be vigilant and keep them down to manageable levels. As I have said before, garden pests can have a devastating effect on crops, and with the latest concerns over chemical pest control, an interesting alternative is using nematodes. Beneficial nematodes as pest control will attack soil-borne insect pests with no harmful effects on earthworms, plants, animals or humans, making it an environmentally friendly solution. You can use water-in nematodes against the following: • Slugs, ant nests (dependent on soil temperature). • Leatherjackets, chafer grubs (in April and October, to coincide with vulnerable parts of their life cycles). • Carrot fly, cabbage root fly, cutworms, onion fly, caterpillars, gooseberry sawfly, thrips and codling moth, (all can be attacked with a single product). There are plenty of sites on the Internet where you can find further information on nematodes and where to purchase them. June is the busiest month for the vegetable gardener. Jobs to do this month are endless, so here are just a few that you can do: • Plant out vegetables that you have grown from seed but make sure you harden them off before planting out in their final position.

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• Thin out seedlings and plant others in their final growing positions. • Earth up potatoes and, towards the end of the month, harvest earlies • Cut down broad beans and peas just above the surface, and use for compost, but leave the roots in the ground as a good source of nitrogen. • Once you are sure that frosts are over, you can plant out the more tender crops such as aubergines, peppers, chillies, courgettes, marrows and squashes. • Succession sow beetroot, salad crops, carrots and, later in the month, Florence fennel. Traditionally Florence fennel is sown after the longest day, 21st June, as it is less likely to bolt - sowing in succession is a good idea. If the weather is dry, then water your seed drills well before sowing – this way the young plants will develop a good root system. • Last chance to sow runner beans. • Brussels sprouts, leeks, sprouting broccoli and the last of the summer, autumn and red cabbages and the first of winter cabbages can also be planted. • Protect carrots with insect-proof netting and net brassicas to deter pigeons. In June 2017’s Potting Shed I mentioned “no dig” gardening and I haven’t had the nerve to try it - I wonder if any of our readers have tried it and what the outcome was? I would be interested to know, so please e-mail editor.bourne@ discoveringmagazines.co.uk.

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Citizens Advice Highlights a Problem With Scams Aiming at TV Licence Holders Citizens Advice runs a campaign every June to highlight the continuing problem with scams of all types. One which has been extensively reported recently features scam TV licensing e-mails. These e-mails will use headlines such as ‘Correct your licensing information’, ‘Billing information updates’ and ‘Renew now’. Some of them have targeted people who are over seventy-five years old, regardless of the fact that they are no longer required to pay for a TV licence! E-mails like this play on people’s fears that they may not have ‘done the right thing’. Fraudsters hope that people might panic into responding by clicking on the link within the e-mail, taking them to a fake website. Here, they will be asked to provide some personal details and thereby make themselves vulnerable to having money taken from their bank account. Citizens Advice suggest that people never click on links in e-mails they were not expecting, or provide personal details, including financial information, to anyone who contacts them unexpectedly. Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire supports the national Scams Awareness campaign, June 10th 23rd 2019. If you would like to hear a presentation on Scams Awareness to a group you belong to, please contact randc2@citizensadvice.org.uk. In the Deepings the service includes a drop-in fifteen minute assessment at the New Community Centre, Market Deeping on Wednesday mornings, before an afternoon appointment, if needed, or a referral to Deeping St James fortnightly on Thursdays, where the United Charities have funded an outreach at the Institute, on 38 Church Street.

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Rooting Out the Rogue Traders from the Tried and Tested Professionals by Eileen Le Voi - Safe Local Trades So, the milder weather is finally here, and your garden or home exterior could do with a spring clean of its own. If the effects of winter have taken their toll on your garden, property or driveway, you may be thinking about calling in the experts to inject a little life back into the space at the rear or front of the house, or the exterior itself. But whatever the job – big or small – don’t be tempted to give the work to someone who cold calls you at your home, claiming to be ‘carrying out similar work in the area’; any offer which appears too good to be true often is. Remember: • Don’t be talked into something on the spur of the moment. • Don’t take their word for it when they tell you urgent work or repairs need doing. • Do ask them to qualify who they are and to leave you a contact number. • Never hand over any cash as a deposit for work which they say they will return to carry out. • Feel free to ask to see their credentials and/ or examples of their work. • Always ask them politely to leave if you feel uncomfortable with their approach. Equally, be wary when it comes to leaflets dropping through your door; some may not be all that they seem. Here are a few simple rules which could give away tell-tale signs of a rogue trader. • Do they have professional work wear? • Do they have a sign-written vehicle? • Are they a limited (Ltd) company? • Do they have a UK address? • Do they accept credit cards? • Are they offering a reduced price for cash or having one time ‘special offers’? • Are they trying to push you into making a quick decision? So, if you are in the market for a new driveway or patio or are dreaming of a new lawn or garden for the summer – then always use a reputable tradesperson. No reputable tradesperson will come knocking on your door ‘touting’ for business. Needless to say, it is absolutely mandatory that you never pay anyone cash at the door, especially when they haven’t even conducted any work on your premises. If you have internet access, carry out as much research on the company as you can. If you would like to find a reputable and recommended tradesperson in your area, visit www.safelocaltrades.com and, together, we can root out the rogue traders. june 2019


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S.K.D.C. Puts the “Market” into Market Deeping! Around 2,000 shoppers enjoyed Market Deeping’s first weekly Saturday market in late April, hosted by South Kesteven District Council. The new event forms part of SKDC’s commitment to provide a thriving street market in all four of the district’s towns, (along with Grantham, Stamford and Bourne), to attract visitors and grow the local economy. Traders enjoyed brisk business in glorious spring sunshine, while visitors shopped to a backdrop of entertainment for all the family, including music from the Stamford Stompers and an Easter Egg Hunt where every child won a prize – and eight lucky youngsters took home a full-size Easter egg. The street market is being held every Saturday in Market Deeping with food, gifts and produce on sale. Head of Town Centres, Paul Allen, said: “Traders, shoppers and visitors all had a great time. Street markets are hugely important to the local economy, adding to the character of the area. This

new market will boost everyone’s shopping experience and add to the vibrant community.” Market trader, Steve Brown, of Brown Bread, which sold out by 12.30pm, said: “It exceeded our expectations; people responded really well to the market.” Cinnamon Coffee Shop Manager, Kerry Pammenter, said: “It’s just what the town needed. We had twice as many people in as a normal Saturday. We were really busy –it was brilliant.”

If you are a market trader and would like to have a stall on one of SKDC’s markets, including Market Deeping, contact Miki Gregory at m.gregory@ southkesteven.gov.uk.

Shopper, Emma Canham, from Market Deeping said: “It’s really lovely to come down and see so many people in Deeping because we’ve got lots of shops on our busy High Street. To see people actually out and using them is absolutely lovely.” Traders sold fruit and vegetables, cooked meats, cheese, bread and eggs, while green-fingered customers could browse through plants, hanging baskets and garden materials. There was also a chance to sort through collectable LPs and fishing gear, or choose from a selection of jams and pickles.

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Your Finances

The Perils and Pitfalls of Purchasing a Property - by Joseph Ash - Liberty Partnership Ltd

The starting point is always the same… You have found the new house or investment property and it becomes ‘all you ever wanted’, ‘the house of your dreams’, ‘where we can start a family’, or ‘this will be a good investment’, and so you plan and plot and scheme about the future and the shape that life will take. It feels good, you become excited and then you start to figure out your finances and decide to seek advice. I have given mortgage advice to many clients. I arrange the mortgage and advise you over the terms and costs involved. I understand that my role from this point is in ‘delivering the dream’. I guess though that this is where I am

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Will & Probate Services

Planning a Funeral – Two Experiences by Nick Ash, Managing Director

I’d like to talk this month about planning a funeral and the experiences that a couple of my clients have gone through recently. My first client, Michael, was quite distraught when I met him. His father had just died, and he had just been to a planning meeting with a funeral director – “It was a nightmare, Nick,” he said to me. “I sat down with a person I had never met before and she asked me a bunch of questions about Dad, and what he would have wanted. The conversation went something like this: – Funeral Director - ‘What sort of service did your father want?’ Me – ‘We never talked about it.’ FD – ‘ Let’s start with the easier questions – burial or cremation?’ Me – ‘I really don’t know, cremation I guess.’ FD – ‘Did he want flowers at the funeral or would you want to make donations to his chosen charity?’ Me – ‘I don’t know.’ FD – ‘What about music?’ Me – ‘I don’t know.’ “You get the picture?” Michael said. “At the time when we had just lost Dad this woman was making me aware of all the things we hadn’t spoken about; it was big important stuff that we had simply avoided.” Michael and the funeral director arrived at a plan, based on his best

guess of what his Dad wanted, but his feeling was that it wasn’t really satisfactory. Michael’s experience was at complete odds with another client – Kate. Kate was in a similar situation. She had just lost her father. But the key difference was that he had made a plan and paid for it in advance. I asked her if she had taken time to have the big conversation about the funeral with him before he died. “I didn’t need to,” she said, “the funeral director had the plan

and made everything happen just how Dad wanted.” Kate was really happy that the day had gone well and the plan had been exactly what her Dad had wanted. Planning a funeral is unpalatable, but it is necessary. As with most things we do, it can be something that we never ‘quite get around to’. Will & Probate Services can help. We can offer a wide range of Funeral Plans, from all major providers including the Co-op. If you want help, call us on 01778 382723.

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Lifestyle

One Summer, One Family by Lydia Pinfold

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his time last year I had the amazing opportunity to capture the lives of a family of great crested grebes on a stretch of the River Welland outside Crowland. It all began in February 2018, when I spotted the pair performing one of their many signature mating dances; head shaking while fanning out their neck feathers to one another. Other dances that these birds perform include the weed dance and bill-dipping. A few months later, the same pair were now building their nest. With me being situated on a high bank, I was able to keep my distance without disturbing the soon-tobe parents. Unfortunately, I missed the eggs hatching, but I was ‘made-up’ when I encountered all three chicks a few weeks later, showing their striking, black and white striped patterns. At this stage, the chicks were too large to ‘ride’ on their parents’ back like they did when they were newly hatched. Instead, the parents were teaching them how to dive and feed for themselves. While I was watching the family through the camera

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lens, I could see how hard the parents cared for their brood. Because the chicks were still learning to swim properly, they were kept in a small patch of weedy water where the current was slowed down, making sure that the chicks weren’t taken up river. It was a delight to see that all three chicks survived throughout last year and have since become independent. I did, however, spot one of the chicks from the brood, battling choppy waters in the month of October, and it was still sporting the black and white patterns on its head. Who knows, this one might be one of the adult grebes I have sighted already this year!

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Health

A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

by Claire Saunders, Renu - Health, Beauty & Fitness

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une is one of my favourite months of the year. It hosts the longest day, an abundance of summer blooms in the garden, my personal birthday and it is also another birthday for Renu.

enjoying the benefits of an aromatherapy product at home or simply socialising with others in a friendly, nonintimidating environment, we offer you a space to find what you need and deserve.

It seems incredible that it is now thirteen years since I launched Renu in West Street, Bourne. I have seen many changes, including our move of premises to the former Marquis of Granby on Abbey Road, but our business model remains the same : a haven of wellbeing where you can relax the mind, tone the body and lift the spirits.

Of course, no business survives without a strong team and a loyal customer base. I have been fortunate to have both, and I would like to personally thank our customers, both old and new, for their continued support and encouragement.

When I started the business thirteen years ago, the biggest health concerns were things such as heart conditions and cancer. Whilst these are still very high on the agenda, depression, stress and anxiety are now equally high and becoming the foremost reason for absence from work. Taking care of your health and wellbeing has never been more important. Whether it is a relaxing treatment, a dance class, gym session, a yoga or Pilates class,

With this in mind, we would like to invite you to our birthday celebrations on THURSDAY JUNE 20th when we will be serving strawberries and Prosecco, whilst offering taster treatments, talks and demonstrations, free spin classes, a prize draw and some very special offers on the day. If you would like a tour of the building or simply enjoy a glass of fizz with us, please pop in anytime on the day. If you would like to book a taster treatment, please contact our reception on 01778 423923, or find full details of the event on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

Claire and the Renu Team would like to invite you for Prosecco and Strawberries to celebrate our 13th anniversary on Thursday June 20th , 9.30am – 8.30pm. Free spin classes available all day, taster treatments, free prize draw, talks and demonstrations, very special offers (only available on the day).

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Are Your Feet Ready for the Summer? - Advice from the Professionals In preparation for the summer, Rachael Baker, Matthew Phillips and Amy Leverton - registered podiatrists / chiropodists at The Wellhead Practice, discuss common, everyday foot conditions and some helpful tips. Q: What is one of the more everyday conditions you help with? A: Simple nail cutting. Many patients really struggle to trim their own nails. This can be due to reduced flexibility or perhaps due to osteoarthritis of the hands which makes it hard to hold nail clippers. Even inadequate eyesight can pose a problem. At The Wellhead Practice, we offer a dedicated professional nail-cutting appointment (ÂŁ23), which is ideal if your feet are generally in good condition, and you only need a trim. Q: What else do you commonly see? A: Thick nails. Trauma to the nail bed perhaps from dropping something onto the toe or even poorly fitting shoes can cause these. Treatment involves reducing the thickness using a special drill and offering advice on things like footwear to help reduce recurrence. For example, as feet expand over the course of a day, avoiding shoe shopping in the morning may prevent you finding that your new shoes are too tight by the afternoon. Poor footwear can also cause problems like corns and calluses. Fungal nails. These affect one or many nails with a discoloured and thickened appearance and are often crumbly in texture. Treatment is by applying a topical lacquer to the nail or via oral medication. As the fungus has to grow out of the nail, treatment can take several months. Most people know that keeping your feet clean

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is important, but drying them well, which includes between the toes, is a good preventative measure for fungal problems. Involuted nails. Here the nail curves around the edges and presses into the sides of your toe. The temptation is often to cut down the sides but this can lead to in-growing nails. Letting the nails grow and clearing out the edge of the nail with an old tooth brush, using moisturising cream along the sides, may help. A buildup of dead skin, soap, sock fluff etc can put extra pressure on the nail, causing pain. In-growing toe nails. Incorrect nail cutting, direct injury or picking at toe nails can lead to a spike of nail to grow into the flesh of the toe. Treatment ranges from cutting the nail correctly and removing the spike, to removal of the side or whole nail with surgery, under local anaesthetic, (which if needed can be performed here at the Practice). Q: Anything else I should know? A: Remember to check your feet regularly.

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They take a lot of daily abuse and it is important, particularly for higher risk groups such as those with diabetes, poor circulation or lack of sensation. Consult a professional. People habitually see a dentist for their teeth, an optician for their eyes, so visit a podiatrist for a diagnosis and advice for your feet. Many patients are embarrassed by their feet, but we have seen it all and treat everyone with professionalism and confidentiality. All three of our podiatrists are experienced practitioners, members of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). Rachael Baker brings thirty-five years of NHS and private foot-care knowledge, with an expertise in diabetic foot care. Matthew Phillips amd Amy Leverton treat a wide range of foot complaints, as well as having a special interest in bio-mechanical foot assessments for the prescription of shoe orthotics.

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Your Health

Being On Your Own

by Nicole Woodcock, Hummingbird Hypnotherapy

I have often wondered about how people feel about being on their own. Taking time to just be with yourself and enjoy your own company. For a long time, I always imagined it to be quite uncomfortable, my own negative brain screaming at me shouting, “Look at that loner on her own,” and “obviously has no friends.” I have often sat and admired people that are just happy to sit and read a paper and have a coffee within their own company, and wondering if they have this annoying scenario pop up and shout at them too. I remember quite vividly living on my own in Leicester and a friend of mine just mentioned that maybe I should take myself for coffee in my favourite shop to overcome the fear of being on my own. I took him up on it, grabbed my book and headed out. Scared! I found a quiet corner, ordered a mega mocha and sat and read. After five minutes the noise in my head began to quieten and I got lost in my book in a caffeine-fuelled daze.

with all the other late mums. We now aim to beat each other. Our fear stops us from making a proper assessment of the situation. It bombards us with lies and will continue to do so unless we take control and work with it.

These days it’s very different. In between work commitments and family, ‘alone time’ seems like such a privilege, if not a reward for juggling everything in the week and surviving. I spend most mornings in anxiety mode, getting my children ready, aiming to be on time for school. Inevitably, I’m always late and, instead of adding that to my bucket of negative crap, I embrace it. In actual fact, we now have a joke about it

We all want to achieve things now! We have everything we need at the touch of a button, but we have forgotten to give back and enjoy time with ourselves without technology. Those hobbies, crafts, exercises you enjoy doing are all the things that make you feel good, and the things that enable you to process positive information and move forward. Take a moment to find that one

Enjoy that quiet time, fill it with things that you love. Learn to have the courage and confidence to step outside of the wall you have built inside your head, one step at a time.

goal that will help you to step outside of that comfort zone and ‘spend some time with you’. Whilst writing this month’s article I stepped outside with my laptop and headed to Stamford, enjoying tea and cake at The Lean Pantry. I found a spot to ‘people-watch’ and thoroughly enjoyed my time writing - eating chocolate cake and a matcha latte just ‘time with me’! If you struggle with anxiety, are fearful of stepping outside those comfort zones, and need a confidence boost to move you forward in life, please get in touch. Further information and videos on various subjects can be found on my Facebook page, Hummingbird Hypnotherapy. Positive Thoughts,

Nicole

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Minimally Invasive Dentistry When most people think of dental treatment, they picture restorations (fillings), veneers (false facades on teeth), and crowns. However, a crown requires the removal of a substantial amount of tooth tissue in order to provide space for it to encapsulate the tooth. This is a shame if much of the tooth tissue is healthy, and further tissue loss will follow when the crown is replaced at a later stage. Is there an alternative? Minimally Invasive Dentistry (MID) aims to maintain long-term oral health with a focus on prevention and the preservation of healthy dental tissues. There have been significant advances in recent years in the understanding of the disease processes that progressively occur in decaying (carious) teeth. The decay process begins with the loss of mineral content (demineralisation) from the dental hard tissues. However, the good news is that the effects on dental enamel can be reversed by a healing process of remineralisation. MID seeks to encourage this healing process, initially by facilitating the remineralisation of decayed enamel. When deeper decay has occurred, then a biologically selective approach can be used to remove decay and restore the appearance and function of teeth, while preserving healthy tissue. This has been made possible

by recent advances in dental materials science, with high-quality adhesive, and even ‘healing’ (bio-mimetic) restorative materials now being available. Catherine Cousley, a dentist at the Priestgate Dental Clinic in Peterborough, is an advocate of MID. She focuses on prevention, remineralization strategies, and performing the least destructive form of dental intervention.

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How I Rediscovered “The Old Me” with Slimming World I began my journey with Slimming World around two months after having my baby. I had gained 2 stone 6lbs during my pregnancy, on top of the expected healthy amount. My parents had been telling me that I needed to watch what I was eating, but I used my pregnancy as an excuse to indulge in whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted it! My midwife had also pointed out on a few occasions that I had gained a little more weight than expected, but I paid no attention; I just couldn’t see it myself and thought it was all baby.

old me”. My sister had started going to Slimming World with a friend and suggested that me and my partner go along, I had seen the difference in her and thought, “Why not give it a try?” We decided to join as a couple, as my partner had also gained a fair bit of weight during my pregnancy. After the first week, we couldn’t quite believe just how successful we had been; we threw ourselves into it and the results were fantastic. We love to cook (and eat!!!) so this was something so easy to follow. We bought a few of the cook books and were trying something new every night. The food was delicious and plentiful. Even though our desire to lose weight was strong, our love for food hadn’t changed, so this plan fitted into our normal family life perfectly. With every pound lost, my confidence was regained.

Very quickly after having my daughter, however, it dawned on me that perhaps I should have listened to the advice I was being given. I lost all confidence and began to get a lot of anxiety about leaving the house. I had planned on going to all these different mother and baby groups, but I just couldn’t bring myself to it. My self-esteem was at an all-time low and I felt like I had lost “the

I’ve now lost a total of 2 stone 7lbs in ten months and it has totally changed my life.

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THOSE 3 MAGIC STEPS by Matt Weston

The Art Deco façade, brought back to life as Empire Gym back in 2014, still uses the very same wooden doors as were used in 1928 on the opening of the old Empire Cinema. And the same three solid steps, leading up to those doors that were trodden then, used by local people in anticipation of the latest black and white movie, are still now used as people enter the technicolour of the new ‘Empire’, with excited anticipation and, occasionally, nervous trepidation as they begin a journey of personal discovery that in some cases would befit the ‘big screen.’ We advertise in ways we hope the public will notice. In ways that we hope will encourage people who are not yet part of the Empire membership to come and see what they are missing. We try to tell a story of family, quality and professionalism and we talk of proven examples of accomplishments against the odds, and determination in the face of adversity. Real people accomplishing real things against a backdrop of support and motivation. It is, therefore, a joy and a gift when a member quite literally writes such a story about her own journey. And here it is. Anne Boam is seventy-two and has been a member at Empire for two years. She has, but is not defined by, Parkinson’s Disease. She wrote: “I can’t thank the Empire Gym enough; it is a warm friendly gym. People speak to each other and offer lots of encouragement, but most importantly all ages and abilities are treated equally. I started at the Empire two years ago, having had a diagnosis of Parkinson’s confirmed. It was suggested that I would benefit from keeping active and joining the gym. Now the thought of joining really scared me as I had become extremely weak

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Health I am addicted to remaining a member of the happy, friendly, Empire Gym. Thank you for all the help I have received. I am looking forward to the next two years.”

but, courage in both hands, I went up the three steps and opened the door to be met by Debbie on reception who welcomed me and introduced me to the lovely Dave. He showed me around the gym and it was agreed that I would return the following week for an induction lesson and he would devise a programme I was capable of doing. Still very frightened, I returned the following week for what has proved to be the best thing I have done. My first programme was hard work.Being scared made me forget how to work some of the equipment, but either Dave or Matt were on hand to help, always ready to make me feel at ease. I have had several programmes, all more demanding than the last, and any difficulties or questions I’ve had, or help I’ve needed, has always been provided by Matt and Dave who will add a bit of extra difficulty as soon

as I feel more capable, or I feel that I needed an extra push. It has been hard work but worth the effort. I have muscles, and walk upright with better balance. Most of all, I have had my confidence and strength restored. The best reward was at the last visit to see the neurologist.He commented that no one would realise I had Parkinson’s Disease. I would urge anyone thinking of joining Empire Gym, irrespective of confidence, circumstance or disabilities, to be brave and walk up the three steps, open the door and enjoy becoming a stronger, more confident person. Put in the effort and reap the benefits. Matt and Dave both have endless patience and understanding that it is a battle to become stronger, and are always very supportive.

Moving isn’t it? She’s a remarkably determined and positive lady. Anne isn’t the only one. There are tens of stories as powerful. A huge part of this is the work of my brother Dave. I tend to talk a lot, write a lot, appear in a lot of pictures and be at the forefront of projecting the Empire business into the public consciousness. My brother, however, takes a more reserved approach. Yet, Dave’s kind professionalism and his unmistakable warmth and emotional intelligence are foundational to the Empire way. I just want to highlight that. There’s an awful lot of work done here on a one-to-one basis that people don’t see, and people’s lives are better for my brother’s talent. Other news: I was delighted to represent Empire Gym as I took the stage at Burghley to take the warm-ups for 7,000 participants at the Rate Race obstacle course (20 miles, 200 obstacles. The biggest event of its kind in the world!) Many thanks go to Darren and Andy at ‘The Fitness Finders’ for giving me such a wonderful opportunity. It really was one of the best experiences I’ve had in the fitness industry. Find them on Facebook and on Instagram @thefitnessfinders if you are looking to stay up-to-date with the Peterborough fitness scene and to find personal trainers to suit you.

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History

Discovering . . . the Town Hall

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he town hall has been the centre of local affairs in communities across the land for centuries, an imposing building which usually houses the city or town council and its associated departments and their employees. It also usually functions as the official headquarters of the mayor and the place where council meetings are held together with other significant events. Most of our larger towns have one and those which exist in the less populated areas of rural England may be regarded as a sign of the pride which the people felt in the management of their affairs which was sufficient to finance such a venture. A town hall is recorded in Market Deeping as early as 1563 when it was also used as a court house but new premises on the same site were proposed in the early 19th century and members of the public were invited to help foot the bill. Thirty-nine substantial subscriptions were received, the biggest being £20 each from the rector, the Rev William Hillyard, and local businessman William Goodale, totalling £285 in all. Many smaller contributions were also made and the new building, described by a local newspaper as “a neat structure”, was erected in 1839 at a cost of £320 [£37,000 at today’s values], a remarkable expenditure for a market town with a population of 1,219 [1841 census]. It stands on the north side of the market place and was designed in the Tudor Gothic style by the Bourne architect Thomas Pilkington (1799-1889) and constructed of limestone with ashlar quoins and a Collyweston slate roof. The building also has a single but distinctive A-shaped gable and leaded lights while inside there is a baluster staircase with a curved handrail leading to offices situated over a ground floor waiting room. In the early years, felons were kept in the cells below until the police station opened across the road in 1880. . The Town Hall has been in continual use ever since and was Grade II listed as being of historic and

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architectural interest in 1987. There were originally two main doors, one on each side, but that on the left has been converted to a window. The Market Deeping Literary Institute met there from 1848 for reading and games followed by the town’s once active Social Club in 1909 but most importantly, the parish council, now the town council, has been holding meetings there since it was formed by the Local Government Act of 1894. Archive photograph of the Town Hall from 1998 by Rex Needle. june 2019


A) The Alphabetical Quiz – The Letter P

The idea is that all the answers to the following questions begin with the letter P, and follow each other in alphabetical order, as shown in the first two answers given. 1)

What was the artist Picasso’s first name? – Answer: Pablo.

2)

Which ocean covers the largest surface area? – Answer: Pacific.

3)

What Spanish dish comprises fish or chicken with vegetables and saffron?

4)

Which Jimmy, now aged 75, was a founding member of Led Zeppelin?

5)

What word links a former Liverpool FC manager, a Scottish town and a type of fabric pattern?

6)

Hannah, Bob, radar and noon are all examples of what?

7)

What name is given to the Sunday before Easter?

18) What cockney-rhyming-slang term refers to an awful smell/stink?

8)

Name the fertile lowlands that cover vast areas of Argentina, Uruguay and a part of Brazil?

19) What table includes all of the chemical elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number?

9)

In Spain, this Saint is venerated as the patron saint of jobs and health; in London it’s a railway station.

20) Scottish football club, St Johnstone, are from which city?

13) Thirty years ago, who lost 18-3 to Steve Davis, the heaviest defeat in a World Snooker Championship Final in modern times? 14) What is the name of leather which has been made glossy by varnishing? 15) Which Saint, whose feast day is on March 17th, is the Patron Saint of Ireland? 16) Which Jonnie is Cambridgeshire’s famous Paralympian gold medallist? 17) Another name given to the northern lapwing, thought to resemble the sound made by this bird.

21) What is the state capital of Arizona? 22) Which famous Spanish artist's career stretched from 1895 to his death in 1973?

10) Who in Greek mythology was the first woman on earth?

23) In what film does Clint Eastwood play a radio DJ stalked by an ex-fan?

11) The Roman city of Lutetia was the predecessor of which European capital city?

24) Which children's author wrote about Peter Rabbit and Tom Kitten?

12) What is the highest law-making assembly of a nation, derived from the French, ‘to talk’?

25) What name is given to the art of making fireworks?

B) Train That Brain!

Take the first number and follow the instructions until you reach the answer. Try it first without pen and paper and don’t even think about a calculator! 1) 7: Square it, + 13, 50% of it, + 8,

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2) 22: Square it, - 26, + ½ of it, + 88, + 20% of it, 70% of it, - 87, ¾ of it, + 91 = 3) 183: + /3 of it, x 3, - 87, + ¼ of it, - 77, ½ of it, + 89, ¼ of it, + 99 = 2

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ANSWERS Section A: 3) Paella, 4) Page, 5) Paisley, 6) Palindrome, 7) Palm (Sunday), 8) Pampas, 9) (Saint) Pancras, 10) Pandora, 11) Paris, 12) Parliament, 13) (John) Parrott, 14) Patent (leather),15) Patrick, 16) Peacock, 17) Peewit, 18) Pen-and-ink, 19) Periodic (Table), 20) Perth, 21) Phoenix, 22) Picasso, 23) “Play Misty For Me”, 24) (Beatrix) Potter, 25) Pyrotechnics. Section B: 1) 51, 2) 514, 3) 241.


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LINFORDS TRADITIONAL FISH & CHIPS CELEBRATES “NATIONAL FISH & CHIP DAY” 2019 IN STYLE! Friday June 7th will see people across the country celebrating their love of fish and chips, as they come together on “National Fish & Chip Day”! Fish and chip lovers in Market Deeping will be joining the rest of the UK to celebrate again, as Linfords Traditional Fish & Chip Shop will be marking the occasion by offering one free portion of regular peas with every fish and chips. In 2018, “National Fish & Chip Day” was one of the biggest awareness days of the year in the UK, with three quarters of the population hearing, seeing or reading something about it, so don’t miss your chance to be part of it! Pop in on the day and join the celebration! Linfords has been serving fresh fish and chips to the local community

and visitors to Market Deeping since November 1989, and they’re asking customers to come together to celebrate Britain’s best-loved fast food by tucking in to a portion of sizzling fish and chips. Chris Pithey said: “We all agree nothing can beat a portion of steaming fresh cod, fried in hot, crispy batter, served with a pile

of lip-smacking chips – the only debate is whether you top it with salt, vinegar, sauce, mushy peas or a pickled egg!” So celebrate British fish and chips and join in with “National Fish & Chip Day” on Friday June 7th, by coming down to Linfords and enjoying a good, old-fashioned Friday night fish supper...or lunch!

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Seasonal Delights with Amy at Vine House Farm The asparagus season is almost over for this year, but there is still time to enjoy the last few bunches. Look out for our home-made asparagus & cheese frittata too – perfect for lunch or supper. Picking asparagus is hard work, but we hope you agree that the results are definitely worth it! Look out for locally grown strawberries. If the weather is warm enough the strawberry season will soon be underway

ENJOY....BEETROOT

Think you don’t like beetroot? Forget the pickled jars of the past, new season beetroot is sweet, super tasty & can be eaten raw as well as cooked. Try grated on a salad, roasted with balsamic vinegar & feta cheese or even mix with lamb mince & harissa paste for delicious spicy burgers

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Chandlers Overcome High Winds to Enjoy Successful Open Day On Saturday April 27th, Chandlers Whaplode Country Stores held their third Open Day. With slight adjustment due to 50mph winds, (which meant re-locating the marquee in the workshop), a successful day was had by all, with more than fifty dogs not letting the weather deter them, and all having a go at dog agility to collect their free goody bag and pig’s ear. Free tea and cakes were as popular as ever, and there were many entries in the host of competitions on offer, with lots of

brilliant pictures created in the children’s colouring section. With experts to talk to in equine, pet, power tools and horticultural equipment matters, there was something for everyone, with many fabulous special offers to be had on the day. Customers were also able to pick up some real bargains with slashed prices on end of lines. Chandlers are looking forward to welcoming everyone again next year.

Young Art Shines at Tesco The work of more than 100 young artists has recently been on display at the Tesco superstore in Market Deeping. The exhibition had been put up by members of the Rotary Club of the Deepings, and displayed all the entries in the club’s 2019 Schools Art Competition.

Easter hunt winner Congratulations go to Simon Genovese from Market Deeping who won a sweet hamper in our Easter Hunt Competition, which was kindly donated by The Little Sweet Shop. Well done, Simon, and a big thank you as ever to all of the town shops and businesses who joined in, to make the Easter hunt possible. 54

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Pets and Vets

Perils in the Garden Rabbits like to eat grass – it is their natural food after all, but if you have a hutch rabbit that is normally fed on hay, you must introduce grass slowly and never be tempted to put your rabbit onto lush new spring growth straight from hay. Gradually introduce small amounts of grass to your rabbit to allow its gut bacteria to adjust Slugs and snails are now known to carry the and as the summer sun dries the grass out this parasitic lungworm known as angiostrongylus By Deirdre is less risky than the spring growth. Do not, Slater vasorum. Once released within your dog’s however, give your rabbit lawn mower clippings body, it travels through the bloodstream as the crushing actions starts fermentation and will eventually lodge in the large blood vessels of within the grass that can badly affect your rabbit. If you the chest. It causes chronic coughing, heart problems have a big enough lawn, then part of it could be left to grow and bleeding disorders so, if your dog is coughing and and harbour the weeds we normally try to eliminate such seems chronically tired, then this could be the problem. as dandelions. Rabbits relish this variety in their diet. The natural host for this parasite is the fox and, as Fertilisers for the garden are generally high in nitrogen and numbers of town foxes have risen in the last forty years, phosphates and, although they are not usually serious so has the incidence of lungworm in dogs. Slugs and when ingested, can cause digestive upsets such as snails increase in number in wet spring, not so much vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal discomfort. Most cases of a problem this year, and dogs will eat them when resolve within 24-48 hours, but make sure you read the they naturally chew on grass. There are treatments for label and follow the instructions. this parasite, but prevention really is key. Use specific wormers and spot-ons licensed against this disease Plants, ranging from lilies to foxgloves, can all cause from your vet and they are well worth the protection they toxicity. It is fairly well known that all parts of the lily are give. toxic to cats, causing renal failure. Even grooming the pollen off the coat can be harmful to cats and requires Eliminating slugs and snails from the garden is immediate veterinary attention. Other plants contain important but it is essential to remember that slug bait alkaloids and these tend to cause drooling and nausea so, containing metaldehyde is extremely toxic to dogs and if you suspect your pet has eaten your precious perennials, cats and can cause fits and death, so avoid this at all call your vet for advice. costs. As we move into June and are now officially in summer, most of us are spending a long time in the garden, especially with our pets. However, garden hazards abound, and it is important to know about these, for the safety of your pets.

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School News Baston C E Primary On May 2nd our Year 5/6 girls’ football squad played against other schools within the cluster group. They played well, won two matches and drew one, ending up in first position. Our boys’ squad played in a similar tournament at Deeping St James and came third overall. Well done to all involved. During the Easter holidays a few Year 6 pupils attended workshops to help with revision. We had a great time with many goodies to feast on and a few games of football!

Deeping St James Community Primary School Things have been progressing well at “DSJ”. Our Spring Concert was fantastic and followed the theme of Rainbow Colours, with all the songs having a colour theme, such as ‘Black is Black’ and ‘Yellow Submarine’. A huge thank you to Mrs Young and all of our great musicians!

Our Year 5 pupils have taken part in the ‘bikeabilty’ scheme. All of the children who took part passed their Level 2 award, and are now all safe to travel on the roads! We now have a Twitter feed; please follow us… @bastonceprimary An update on the ‘reading bus’. ‘Before and after’ shots! We are so grateful for all of the hard work that everyone is putting into this brilliant project.

The musicians from across all of our cluster schools are now looking forward to the Joint Schools’ Band Tour that starts in May. We’ve also had the children’s grandparents into school in our Key Stage 2 Grandparents’ Afternoon. The grandparents spend time in the classrooms with their grandchildren, have a wellearned cup of tea and a biscuit and then come into a special celebration assembly that we have each Friday afternoon. All staff, children and grandparents seem to really enjoy it. The Year 1s have had a great trip to Woburn Safari Park to link in with their topic on animals. This was met with great excitement by the children, and they had a brilliant day identifying a huge range of animals. We are all looking forward to the Deepings Literacy Festival, where children will be no doubt inspired and fascinated by famous authors like Cathy Cassidy and James Campbell. Thank you for all who put so much effort into this event. As a school, if we can be of any assistance in the local community, please let me know! Thanks, Ian Wilkinson , Headteacher

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What's On

Events - June 2019 1st - Race for Life and Pretty Muddy at Burghley House,

Stamford: a 5k, run, walk, jog to raise money for Cancer Research. To enter and for more details, visit www.raceforlife. cancerresearchuk.org.

1st - St Michael’s Church, Langtoft, Summer Fair will be held in the Church and the Gardens of East Dean House, next door 2pm to 4.30pm. A wide variety of stalls and amusements for all age groups. Cakes and produce, books, jigsaws, DVDs and CDs. Bric-a-brac, jewellery, gifts, plants and toys. Barbecue outside and afternoon tea in the church. Tombola, raffles, face painting, competitions and entertainment. During the afternoon our PCSO will be taking mug shots and fingerprints!  All money raised at this event will go towards the upkeep of our village church.  For more information, or if you have items we could sell at the Fair, please contact Judy Robinson on 01778 343383. Because of the Fair, there will be no Saturday Sale on the morning of June 1st. 2nd - Lincs Wildlife Trust Open Day, 10.30am to 4pm at Deeping Lakes. Excellent home-cooked refreshments and locally grown plants for sale, guided walks and children’s activities - see Trust Website for details www.lincstrust.org.uk. 7th - Coffee Morning and Table Top Sale at Deepings

Bowls Club, 10.00am to 12.00 Noon. Admission £1 to include coffee or tea. Side stalls. Table Top sales already include 3D Figures, Upholstery materials/ supplies, plants and Bric a Brac etc. Everybody very welcome. If you wish to book a stall to sell your own goods/crafts etc or need further details then please ring Maureen 01778 343903 or Sue 01733 252701 Our bowls club is on the Spalding Road (PE6 8NJ) between the Open Door Church and Braeburn Care Home.

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8th – Kirkby Underwood Country Show to be held on the Manor House Field (by kind permission of Mr & Mrs S. Green) from noon until 4 pm: free entry. As well as the usual stalls and displays of vintage tractors and other vehicles, there will be a fun dog show, a dog scurry and a children’s fancy dress competition. Refreshments will be available throughout the day, with food stalls, an all-day barbecue and licensed bar. There will also be a flypast by a BBMF Spitfire. 8th - 9th - Come along and enjoy a brilliant weekend at June 1st & 2nd - Model Railway June 7th - Allo Allo Fish and Chips evening June 8th & 9th - Thomas Branch Line/event June 23rd - Afternoon Tea NVR June 29th & 30th - Traction engines/Vintage Weekend

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Thurlby Open Gardens, open from 1.30pm - 5pm. Between 8 - 10 magnificent gardens to see plus much more! Garden Passports are available from the Methodist Church Hall at £4pp (U12s free) where there will be afternoon teas and coffees along with fresh home-made cakes, a raffle, activity table for children and a “Give a Donation” book stall. There is also a glass art studio displaying work undertaken by the students, including stained glass and fusion glass work, and a local resident will be selling plants reared especially for this weekend.

8th - Peterborough Dragon Boat Festival in support of Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice. To support Thorpe Hall Hospice, enter a team today! To sign up visit  www.dragonboatfestivals. co.uk/dragon-boat-festivals/peterborough-festival/. For more information call the fundraising team on 01733 225 999.

11th - Deepings Coffee Club are meeting at the Priory Church

Hall in Deeping St James. This month’s speaker is Brenda Jones who will talking about “The House of Worth.” Doors open at 10 am for a 10.30am start and visitors are welcome. Further details available from Anne Winstone 01778 344003.

12th - Nene and Welland Oddfellows 2.00pm Craft Club -

Oddfellows Hall, Church Street Market Deeping. Call Janice 01778 560059.

12th - July 10th - The latest exhibition at the Willoughby Memorial Trust Gallery, Moreleys Lane, Corby Glen is entitled, “Slowly I Found My Way In.” Large-scale charcoal drawings, pastels and digital prints, by Kate Genever, responding to the artist’s family farm and surrounding countryside. Kate will show some drawings made in the village and she will be running a workshop with students from the Charles Read Academy with the resulting drawings also on display in the gallery. 12noon – 5 pm. Tuesday – Sunday, admission free. For further details visit www.willoughbygallery.com. 13th - Bourne Motor Racing Club’s guest speaker this month is

Keith Briggs, who will give a presentation about the history of Cadwell Park Motor Racing Circuit. Often referred to as the ‘Mini Nurburgring’, the 3.5km track in the Lincolnshire Wolds, is certainly the most scenic circuit in the UK. Established in 1934, the track has been extended several times and is currently operated by former racing driver, Jonathan Palmer and his Motor Sports Vision Company. Doors at the Corn Exchange open at 7 pm for 8 pm. Membership is £20.00 for the year. Visitors and Guests are welcome, £5.00 on the night.

13th - The Deepings Library is getting arty next month with an evening workshop with Paisley Art. Booking essential as limited places -book at the library. 13th - Quiz at the Whistle Stop, Tallington: teams can be of any number but will carry a points handicap if more than four, teams of two start with a points bonus. 8.30pm start, £2 per head. 16th - Delaine Bus Museum, Spalding Road, Bourne,

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Events - June 2019 19th - Nene and Welland Oddfellows 12.30pm Friendship

26th - Nene and Welland Oddfellows, Deepings Local History

22nd - Deepings Rotary Quiz Night at Deepings Community

29th - Priory Church, Deeping St. James’s Rose and Sweet Pea

Lunch - Riverside Hotel, Pinchbeck. Book with Christine 07714096801.

Centre, 7pm for 7-30pm. Tables of six. Please bring your own drink/nibbles and glasses. Tickets £10 per person, to include supper. To book, phone Mary Martin 01778 343927.

22nd - Lincs Wildlife Trust Guided Walk, 2pm – 4pm. Stanton’s Pit, near Witham on the Hill. Meet at the reserve entrance – see Trust Website for details www.lincstrust.org.uk. 23rd - Oddfellows Annual Church Service 6.00pm - Deeping Methodist Church. For information, call Karen 01778 342006.

Talk with Pauline Redshaw, 2pm. Oddfellows Hall, Church Street, Market Deeping £2.

Show and Garden Fete from 1pm to 4.30pm. An afternoon of fun for all ages in the Priory Church Hall and Gardens. Dancing and music by local groups, children’s games, fancy dress competition, pony and trap rides, ‘Teddy Parachute Drop’ from the church tower, raffle, plants teas, barbecue, beer tent and much more. Plus, the Horticultural Show in the Church. Full details from www.dsj.org.uk or phone 01778 348107.

30th - Nene and Welland Oddfellows Sunday Lunch 12.30pm. - Falcon Hotel Whittlesey, book with Andrew 07729519122 . £17.50.

Gigs and Musical Events - June 2019 1st - Spalding band, B.H.D.C. playing metal, punk, rock and pop at the Deeping Stage: 9-30pm start. 1st - Live Country Music evening at Masonic Centre Hall, 1-2

Roman Bank, Bourne, Lincs PE10 9LQ. First class Country singers from around the UK, this month Lainey West: whether you’re a line dancer or a listener, these evenings are for everyone who appreciates good Country music. Entrance £9: no bar, so bring your own drinks. For further information, phone Donna 07718972329 or e-mail DCALiner@aol.com.

4th - The Masons, Bourne, Folk and Acoustic Club: Singers

and musicians wanted, all instruments, abilities and ages welcome! Singaround style, any kind of tunes and traditional music, even an ‘open stage’ section if you like! 8pm at the Masons Arms, South St, Bourne. For further details, phone Dean on 01778 570115.

8th - If Ska, Rocksteady and Classic 2 Tone are your choice of

music, then go along to the Deeping Stage tonight at 9-30pm to listen to The Gangsters.

15th – High-energy rock covers band, Hold the Sky tonight at the Deeping Stage, 9-30pm.

21 - Pennyless at Bowthorpe Park Farm Summer Solstice Evening 6pm till 11pm. For further details, phone 01778 590691 : www.bowthorpeparkfarm.co.uk PE10 0JG.   22nd - Pennyless at the Cellar Bar, Stamford Arts Centre 8pm free admission. st

22nd - Baston Church will be remembering their patron

saint, St John the Baptist, over this weekend . As part of the celebrations, singer Jeff Woods (a.k.a. “PavaNotti”) will be giving a concert of popular opera favourites and songs from the shows in church on Saturday 22nd,in aid of church funds. Hailing from Spalding, Jeff is a local favourite. His genre is probably best described as “classical popular crossover” (think

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The Three Tenors/Alfie Boe/Russell Watson). He is a thoroughly entertaining performer and promises lots of fun and laughter along with the music. Arrive at 7pm for a 7.30 pm start. There will be wine and nibbles, the usual raffle, and Jeff will have CDs on sale.Tickets are available at Baston Post Office and Stores or by contacting bastonctf@gmail.com or 07471 198497, at £10 for adults, £5 for under-14s to include a glass of wine or orange juice respectively.

22nd - Mullered at the Mill, classic and modern rock covers band at the Deeping Stage, 9-30pm start.

23rd - Pennyless at the Moonhenge Festival, Woodwalton,

PE28 5YL. www.eventbrite.com   27th - Open Mic, Acoustic Café, at John Clare Cottage cafe, Woodgate, Peterborough, PE6 7ED: 6.30pm for 7pm start. Organiser: Rev. Dave Maylor (blues guitar) - details 01733 253330.

27th - Lawrence’s singaround: acoustic-only songs and music, all styles - 7.30pm at the Red Lion, 48 King Street, West Deeping, PE6 9HP: for details, call 01733 253347. 29th - New to the Deeping Stage Jaccuzisoup, soul, funk and disco covers band, 9-30pm start.

30th - Glasshouse Acoustic: Sunday afternoon, relax and unwind whilst listening to some superb local talent at the Key Theatre bar Peterborough 2-30pm - 5-30pm doors 2pm. This month; Cubans and Cognac, Caitlyn P. Andy Hughes and Tiesha Maria. Events are brought to you by Hilary Bloomer. To send in your events please contact her via hilary@discoveringmagazines.co.uk or phone 01778 421427 / 07837 499061

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Regular Clubs The Deepings Camera Club meet every Wednesday from September to May at the Market Deeping Community Centre in Douglas Road Market Deeping.

The Young at Heart Club meets alternate Tuesdays at Coronation Hall, Market Deeping. Programme includes speakers, games, quizzes and trips. Contact Trisha on 01778 346348.

Langtoft, The Deepings & District Royal British Legion branch meet bi-monthly (every 2 months) on the 2nd Monday of the month at The Goat Inn, Frognall, PE6 8SA, at 8pm. Everyone welcome. Contact Phil on 07368 256898.

Deep In Friends meets alternate Tuesdays at the Priory Church Hall, Deeping St James 2-4pm. Programme includes craft activities, quizzes, games, outings & speakers. Contact Vanessa 01778 345113.

Bingo Clubs every Friday and Sunday from 1st September at the Green School Church St Market Deeping doors open 7pm, eyes down 7.30pm, admission £1 and 50p for tea coffee and biscuits. £5 a book, £1 for a flyer and £1per raffle ticket. For more details phone Trisha on 01778 346348.

The Deepings Lions Club Small friendly Club part of the Lions Family of thousands of others throughout the world. They have been fund raising in the Deepings and surrounding villages for good causes for over thirty years. The Christmas sleigh, Summer Carnival and the ‘World Famous’ Duck Race are some of the events that they help organise. A sociable lot and like to have fun. For more information call 0845 833 7489, visit our Facebook page or come along to one of their meetings held at the White Horse pub in Market Deeping at 8pm on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month.

The Rotary Club of The Deepings Part of one of the largest and most influential international humanitarian service organisations in the world ; serving the needs of communities and promoting peace worldwide by initiating thousands of humanitarian projects. Register your interest on our website: http://rotary-ribi. org/clubs/contact.php?ClubID=413 [1] or email Club Secretary Jenny Spratt, jennyspratt@btinternet.com”

Stortytime at Deepings Library: 2pm. Every Wednesday.

Priory Youth Players / Priory Players. Amateur dramatics for ages four years and upwards. We rehearse for pantomime every Monday and Wednesday at the Priory Church Hall, Deeping St.James, from September to January. Acting workshops for teenagers and adults in February and March. Contact Kate Redhead on pypdsj@gmail.com for details on places - (waiting list may apply) or visit our Facebook page.

Market Deeping Ladies Guild – A small and very friendly group of ladies enjoying talks, demonstrations, visits and crafts whilst raising much needed funds for local charities and projects. Ladies meet on the fourth Tuesday of each month (excluding August) in the Green School Church Street Market Deeping at 8pm. Contact Kay Roberts 349021 or Heather Dawson 346574 for further information.

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www.mrcleverclean.com

CLOCK REPAIRS

DRAINAGE

The Clock Shop

Manley Drainage Ltd

Watch & Clock repairs & restoration

LOFT & GARAGE CONVERSIONS RENOVATIONS & ALTERATIONS KITCHENS & BATHROOMS

WOOD & LAMINATE FLOORING

For all your Drainage needs

Call now! No Job too Big or Small No call out charge

FREE QUOTATION

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Simon Manley 01778 702560 | 07769 707361 manleydrainage@live.co.uk 10 Hamiliton Close Bourne | Lincolnshire | PE10 9PL

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FOOT HEALTHCARE

GARAGE DOORS

GARDEN SERVICES

Tree, Hedge and Garden Services All types of garden maintenance “10 Years of providing a Professional & Quality Service”

By Gillian Beach DIPCFHP, MPSPract DIPMAFHP MCFHP

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20%

discount for 2 or more people on the same visit

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• Grass cutting and lawn care • Beds, borders and weed control • Rotovating, turfing and seeding • Tree surgery and conifer work • Felling, pruning and shaping • Hedge cutting and shrub trimming • Garden clearance and rubbish removal • Driveways, patios and fencing

John Holland 07957 185487 or 01775 720558 50 Little London, Spalding PE11 2UE

ALL WORK GUARANTEED • FULLY INSURED

ELECTRICIAN

All services carried out to the highest standard and leaving every property secure

Contact us today for your FREE Quotation on: Home visits by arrangement

t. 01778 252121 | m. 07414 896711 e. coopergaragedoors@btinternet.com

Mobile: 07474 208 358 Email: deepingshappyfeet@hotmail.com

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FURNISHINGS

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HYPNO SLIMMING

INTERIORS

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Amazing new easy way to lose weight Can’t shift that extra weight? Are you unhappy with your weight? Tried all types of diets? Uncomfortable with your size? No motivation? Hypno-Slimming Programme can help you, includes Free Hypnotic Gastric Band worth £150

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Bespoke Curtains & Blinds Roller Blinds • Wooden Venetian Verticals • Soft Furnishings Curtain Poles & Tracks

Quit smoking or vaping in just 1 hour with hypnosis

Full measuring and fitting service available

Validated Practitioner

General Hypnotherapy Standards Council

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Telephone 01733 768839

Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic 26 Priestgate, Peterborough City Centre Free initial consultation www.curativehypnotherapy.com

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Painting and decorating

Plumbing & Heating

POND MAINTENANCE

Neil Armstrong

Pete’s

Painter & Decorator

Ponds

Electrical, Plumbing Heating And Appliances Alan Stephenson Specialising in all aspects of painting and decorating services, including interior and exterior for residential purposes. All work fully guaranteed. Free, no obligation estimates on request. Professional service.

› Installation/repair of heating systems › Installation/repair of Plumbing systems › Installation/repair of Electrical systems › Repair servicing Oil Boilers › Repair work to all appliances

Call Neil today on 07377 681 191 neil1975armstrong@gmail.com Deeping St James, PE11 3DW

T: 01778 345860 M: 07739 988711 We also accept major debit/credit cards

ALL TYPES OF POND MAINTENANCE CARRIED OUT 2 Queensway, Pointon Sleaford, Lincs NG34 0NE Tel: 07393 367410 Email: peteburlton@live.com  Search Pete’s Pond Clearances PAYROLL

Do you need help with any aspect of BOOKKEEPING? • • • •

Accounts PAYE/CIS In-House VAT

Joanne’s

• Self Assessment • Out of House • Making Tax Digital

££

Bookwork Services

07951 841333 • Email: joannedolby@hotmail.co.uk 1 Main Road, Dyke, Bourne, PE10 0AF

www.joannesbookworkservices.co.uk

PC LAPTOPS AND REPAIRS

PLUMBER

WINDOWS & DOORS

PC or Laptop Issues?

R J MILLS AND SONS REGISTERED PLUMBERS

M Oglesby Installations

Better call Ray!

Sales • Service • Training Let me assist you with your problems. Virus removal to full re-builds. Upgrade work undertaken. Extensive range of new and used equipment.

24 HOUR EMERGENCY PLUMBING Call us 1st... “We will always answer the phone”

NO JOB TOO SMALL www.rjmillsandsons.com r.j.millsandsons@googlemail.com

Matthew Mills

01778 347308 / 07545 270482 Covering a 25 mile radius of Peterborough Cancelling while en route will result in a charge

printing

Quality uPVC Windows & Doors

Repair - Don’t replace

Full uPVC repair service including:

• MISTED UNITS • LOCKS • HINGES • HANDLES

Have you just moved into your new house? Do you need your locks replced? Are you a Landlord? Repairing could save you £££’s

Bourne Computer Store

Tel: 01778 420362

Email: sales@bournecomputerstore.co.uk Unit 4, Crown Walk, West Street, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 9PB 66

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Martyn 01775 712973 / 07508 800245

01733 686255 or 07961 486933

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CARAVANS BOUGHT FOR CASH

V&G CARAVANS A Family-Run Business with 22 Years’ Experience

YOUR ONE-STOP CARAVAN SHOP Does your caravan need a little TLC? REPAiR Our onsite workshop offers a fully comprehensive repair service for your caravan or motorhome.

ACCESSORiES We’ve got everything for your camping needs in our friendly, onsite shop.

SERViCiNg From a minor service to a full comprehensive check, our experienced engineers will give you peace of mind for your journeys ahead.

SPARES Looking for a spare part? Why not get in touch? With our contacts in the industry, we may be able to order spares in for you.

iNSURANCE We are a fully, insuranceapproved repair centre for all major UK insurers and manufacturers.

SAlES Looking to buy? We have a range of used caravans that may suit your requirements.

01733 350580 info@vandgcaravans.co.uk www.vandgcaravans.co.uk 107 Benwick Road - Whittlesey - Peterborough - PE7 2HD

FREE

Exterior Caravan Valet when booking a Full Service. with this voucher


MOT - SERVICE CENTRE - REPAIRS Your local garage always here with a helping hand. No job too small or too big. From fitting a bulb to rebuilding an engine.

✓ MOT - CARS, VANS UP TO 3.5 TONNE ❏ ✓ SERVICE & REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES AND MODELS ❏ ✓ CLUTCHES, BRAKES & SHOCKS ❏ ✓ ELECTRONIC FAULT DIAGNOSIS ❏ ✓ CAMBELTS, EXHAUSTS & BATTERIES ❏ ✓ AIR CON SERVICE ❏ ✓ COURTESY CARS AVAILABLE ❏ ✓ LOCAL COLLECTION & DELIVERY ❏

We can accommodate most motorhomes for service & MOT

OPENING TIMES: MON - FRI 7.30AM - 5.00PM • SAT 8.00AM - 11.00AM MC VEHICLE ENGINEERING LIMITED, WEST END ROAD, MAXEY, PETERBOROUGH, CAMBS

www.mcvehicles.co.uk • Email: info@mcvehicles.co.uk • 01778 380842

Towngate Tyres TYRES & EXHAUSTS

ALL MAKES & MODELS SERVICING & REPAIRS

OPENING TIMES: MON - FRI 8.00AM - 5.30PM • SAT 8.00AM - MIDDAY TOWNGATETYRES AND SERVICE CENTRE LIMITED, WHITLEY WAY, NORTHFIELDS INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, MARKET DEEPING

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CONTACT US FOR A DEAL ON: TYRES & WHEEL ALIGNMENT

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IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH YOUR TYRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS), WE HAVE THE ANSWER!

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The new T-Cross. Be one of the first to experience our compact SUV with £2,000 towards your finance deposit.^

Utterly irresistible offers from

Robinsons Volkswagen (Peterborough) Storeys Bar Road, Eastern Industry, Peterborough, PE1 5YS Telephone: 01733 459061 www.robinsonsvolkswagen.co.uk

Find us on:

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Volkswagen is a broker and not a lender and can introduce you to a limited number of lenders, who may pay us for Representative Robinsons introducing you to them. *At the end of the agreement there are three options: i) pay the optional final payment and own the

5.6% APR

vehicle; ii) return the vehicle: subject to excess mileage and fair wear and tear, charges may apply; or iii) replace: part exchange the vehicle. With Solutions Personal Contract Plan. 18s+. Subject to availability and status. T&Cs apply. Offer available until June 30th 2019. Indemnities may be required. Offers are not available in conjunction with any other offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Accurate at time of publication. Freepost Volkswagen Financial Services. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO2 figures (known as WLTP). The CO2 figures shown however, are based on a calculation designed to be equivalent to the outgoing (NEDC) test cycle and will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration. For more information, please see www.volkswagen.co.uk/owners/wltp or consult your retailer. Data correct at 03/19. Figures quoted are for a range of configurations and are subject to change due to ongoing approvals/changes. Please

Official fuel consumption figures for the Volkswagen T-Cross range in mpg (litres/100km): combined 44.8 (6.3) – 48.7 (5.8). Combined CO2 emissions 111–115 g/km.

consult your retailer for further information.


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