Issue 83 / May 2022
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AN OEAN CL INSIDE THIS ISSUE LIBERTY LUNCH CHAMPION: Teresa Mclean
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Welcome to your May issue...
hat better way to welcome you all, than with a smile? Mid-May to Mid-June every year happens to be “National Smile Month”, one of the U.K’s largest and longest-running campaigns to promote good oral health. Now over forty years old, this year’s events will be taking place between May 17th and June 17th.
In a world where plenty of things seem to succeed in making us feel perhaps inadequate and sometimes sad, it’s worth remembering that it’s always much easier to smile than it is to frown. Remember … life is like a mirror- we get the best results when we smile at it! Our May issue is hopefully going to fill you all with the joys of spring and those long, warmer days of summer just around the corner, so smile away, and let’s all get ourselves ready for the fabulous long weekend, early next month, to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee!
This year promises to be memorable, not least for the excitement due very soon, surrounding the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. However, as some of us not-so-young folk of Bourne and district may recall, May 20th, 1962, was a very special day! Sixty years ago, at Zandvoort in the Dutch Grand Prix, Graham Hill won the first of the BRM’s glorious Formula One racing car victories that season, a season which was to see the Bourne-based team win both the World Drivers’ and the Constructors’ Championship. Yes, and all from a small factory on Spalding Road, now occupied by Golding, Young and Mawer auctioneers. Let the celebrations begin (and all at 1962 prices)! Thanks are due (strangely, I know) to the readers who keep asking me for little bits of monthly mirth, just like this … “My Uncle Eric invented the cold air balloon, but it never really took off.” “I once went into the John Lewis electrical department and said, “Can someone sell me a food mixer?” The guy said, “Kenwood?” I said, “Can you go and fetch him then?” Enjoy the read!
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14-15.......... Deeping St James Pharmacy. 19.................. What’s on at Vine House Farm, Shop and Café.
22................. Will & Probate Services: Ethical wills.
24................. Gardening tips for May. 32................. Alto Electrical Ltd. 34................. Nature Notes: Springtime. 40................ Local History: Horses and Courses.
44................ Consumer Advice from Safe Local Trades.
48................ Liberty Lunch Champion: Teresa Mclean.
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t has been an exciting time in school with the increase in visitors and the opportunity to get out and about to enrich our learning.
Key Stage Two have been welcoming engineers into school to enhance their science learning with a rocket building workshop. In Key Stage 1, they have visited Peterborough Museum to explore historical life in school.
in iron usage across the world. The children had a fantastic time at the open-air museum at Blists Hill Victorian Town, where they were taken back to the 19th Century starting with a lesson in the village school. Year 4 will be looking forward to their residential at the start of the Summer Term to Stibbington Environmental Centre, where they will engage in science, geography and art-based topics – a fabulous opportunity to enrich their learning further alongside becoming more independent, staying away from home.
The Year 5 children have recently returned from a very engaging residential at Ironbridge. This involved further exploring the bridge’s history and the increase
Northborough School There have been residential visits for Year 4 to Stibbington; ‘Bikeability’ sessions for Year 5; Years 1 and 2 local study walks; an ‘Egyptian Day’ for Year 3; and a ‘Victorian Day’ for Year 5. Children from Years 5 and 6 competed against local schools at Arthur Mellows Village College in netball and football competitions. PE lead, Jan Pell, said, “It was just fantastic to see the children’s smiling faces and their competitive spirit!” Northborough won gold and silver in the netball, and silver in the football. Whole school events have included fundraising for Red Nose Day; a ‘STEM Day’ with a range of science and technology activities; Book Week events; and a Mothers’ Day gift shop.
We are also raising money to support refugees from Ukraine by collectively running the distance from our school to Ukraine. Euphemia from the Student Council wrote to the parents to thank them, saying, “We have finished walking and running around our field, trying to raise money for the children of Ukraine. We really appreciate how much you have contributed so far - a whopping £892.19. We have now arrived at the Russian border.” Our Planet Protectors have continued to develop our grounds by sowing seeds into a wildflower labyrinth, supporting the work at the Tower of London to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. We can’t wait to see what they look like in the summer!
Baston C of E Primary School Year 4 went on a residential to Rock UK, an outdoor adventure centre in Northamptonshire, for three days. The children had a go at many activities including indoor climbing, canoeing and archery. A few members of Year 6 helped Mrs Webb, our Science teacher, to clear our pond, so that we can start to use it for pond dipping in the summer terms. Year 6 celebrated a graduation ceremony after completing a ten-week ‘DAaRT (drug, alcohol and resilience training) Course’ with Mrs B. Key Stages 1 and 2 celebrated Easter on the last day of term. Key Stage 1 performed at school, whilst Key Stage 2 walked to church where parents were invited to come and watch their children celebrate Easter. 6
Welcome to Caverstede Nursery School ocated in Walton, Peterborough, Caverstede has been a nursery school within the community since 1946. We have evolved over the years to become the Outstanding Nursery School that we are today, welcoming children and families from across the whole of Peterborough and outlying areas.
Our highly qualified and experienced staff work in close partnership with families, outside agencies and transferring settings/schools to ensure our provision is appropriate for every child. We value diversity as a rich resource to support the learning for all. Children make excellent progress throughout their time with us, which helps prepare them ready for school. Within the school, there are three classes. Each is purpose-built, on one level and appropriate for the age of the children we teach. Our classrooms are carefully planned to enable us to fully implement the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum and furnished in such a way as to ensure that children can learn independently - being able to choose their own resources.
From each classroom, our extensive outdoor learning environment can be easily reached, and we are very proud of our nursery and woodland gardens. These are accessed all year round due to adequate shelter in the garden and wet-weather suits! Each class has their own woodland day experience one day a week and these continue to be thoroughly enjoyed. Opportunities are also available to develop forest skills – building fires and den building, just two activities out of many that are enjoyed! For full information of what we offer, please visit our website www.caverstede.peterborough.sch.uk.
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ealth Qigong is a series of slow flowing movements that stretch and stimulate the meridians within the body. Meridians are unique channels that sit between the skin and muscle, and every single organ has one. In traditional Chinese medicine, the organs can be divided into five categories - wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. This is highly relevant right now, as these organs also represent the spring - meaning they intensifying. An imbalance are at their most powerful at this time of This month menopause can leave you feeling inexplicably year. Now, why am I telling you this and we are going angry, bitter, resentful, or easily irritated. what does it have to do with Qigong? Full disclaimer first … this is all about to dive into the It can even cause depression or a loss of traditional Chinese, and not western, wood element - direction in one’s life. medicine. So, if you have any of the Pain within the liver channel itself can namely the following symptoms, I’m not telling you occur - anywhere from the sides of to run to your GP and claim liver failure. liver and the lower ribs, the groin, the inner It is simply a sign of imbalance and a knee, all the way down to the big gallbladder. need for some toe. The gallbladder meridian, being Qigong intervention. predominantly upon the sides of the skull and face, can cause unbearable migraines. Even So, what are the signs and symptoms of a fibromyalgia itself is said to originate from an disharmony within your liver/gallbladder? One of imbalance within the liver. the major complaints is feeling stiff or experiencing muscle tension. When we think of the basics of All these symptoms can crop up at wood, we often think of a tree. A healthy tree sways any time of the year, but most find gracefully in the wind, but one that creaks and that they intensify during the spring. cracks is always a cause for concern. In practising Health Qigong with me, be it in a class or privately, I can help you calm these You may experience blurred vision, have a sour imbalances down, unblock any stagnant energy taste in your mouth, suddenly crave sour food, have within the meridians, and help you find your sense of bloating, acid reflux, or suffer from a sore tummy, balance once more. a painful or delayed period or the symptoms of
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Long-course Debutant, Ashton, Smashes Records at Corby Swimming Meet
eepings Swimming Club excelled at the start of its long-course season, as eleven swimmers (from the thirtyeight-strong team) brought home medals from the Corby Amateur Swimming Club open meet at the end of March. Competing against a high-class field, Deepings came away with twenty-nine medals, (six gold, eight silver and fifteen bronze).
Making his debut in a long-course pool, nine-year-old Ashton Hunter claimed six medals and smashed six Deepings long-course club records, all while racing against older boys in the 10/11yrs age group. His sister, Sadie, came away with three medals of her own.
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Adding five medals to the Deepings collection was Jacob Briers in the 14 years age group, whilst Millie Herrick achieved the unusual feat of medalling in all four freestyle events in the 15yrs age group. Deepings Club Captain, Harry Cardell was his usual model of consistency, picking up three medals. Further excellent, medal-winning performances came from Kendra Greenwood-Covell, Jack Bell, Chloe Bellis, Lucy Jenkinson, James Cash, and Penny Baxter. Lynn Chapman, Deepings Swimming Club Head Coach, was delighted with the performances in the club’s first long-course competition for eight months, commenting, “We had a lot of swimmers who haven’t competed in a 50-metre pool before but none of them were overawed by the occasion.
“It’s Never Too Late!”
All of us, if not most of us, have some time in our lives uttered the words, “I must write a book!” and dreamed of it being published.
Well, two Deeping St James residents, Maggie Holden and her partner Denis Stapleton, both well into their ‘senior citizenships’, have achieved that ambition. Their inspiration came after their sixteen-year-old pet cat, Monty, sadly passed away and they decided that the book they both wanted to produce was a tribute to their muchloved friend. Their sixty-five-page story, “When Monty Met Alfie”, written
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Joan Wake Close Social Club Seeks Your Help arket Deeping’s Joan Wake Close Social Club is bidding for a cash boost from the Tesco Community Grants initiative. Tesco works with community charity, Groundwork, to run its community funding scheme, which sees grants of up to £1,500, £1,000, and £500 awarded to local community projects. Three groups in every community have been shortlisted to receive the cash award and shoppers are being invited to head along to Tesco stores to vote for who they think should take away the top grant. Joan Wake Close Social Club is one of the groups on the shortlist. Joan Wake Close is an independent living scheme in Market Deeping, set within a private and secure location, designed specifically for people aged fifty-five and over. It has a very clear aim to supply affordable meals, wellbeing events and social activities, all in a safe place, and to enjoy each other’s company. The group works together to
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itham-on-the-Hill lady, Teresa Mclean, is delighted to have been nominated as a “Liberty Lunch Champion”. The scheme involves The Liberty Partnership in Market Deeping offering a meal to the value of £100 to anyone who has been recognised for having made a significant contribution to their local community. Teresa’s daughter, Rhi Mclean, recently contacted us with the following suggestion. “I'd like to nominate my mum, Teresa Mclean, and her charity sewing group for the Liberty Lunch. As a volunteer sewer, she currently makes costumes for (the Stamford Shakespeare Company) Tolethorpe theatre. During the main part of the Covid pandemic, she switched her skills and made 161 pairs of scrubs (despite having arthritis and other health issues that often made this quite painful for her) and, in late December 2021, made six more pairs following an urgent appeal from the Peterborough vaccination centre.
Teresa (3rd from the left) with her eating companions at The Waggon and Horses, Langtoft.
Teresa was joined at Langtoft’s “Waggon and Horses” on April 13th by Margaret and Richard Wesson, Nora and Brian Smith, and Jan Limback, who together enjoyed a first-class meal and hospitality. Teresa explained to me that Jan has been responsible for all the valuable publicity on Facebook surrounding all the fabulous voluntary work Teresa and her colleagues have been undertaking over the last two years. Teresa is adamant that nothing she has achieved would have been possible without the hard work, support, and dedication of all the colleagues with whom she has been working on all these projects, and these include the recent organising of donations to be sent out to Poland for the Ukrainian refugees.
When the main requirement for scrubs slowed down, some of the sewers wanted other charity sewing, so she formed a sub-group to make shorts and dresses for the aid charity, ‘Dress a Girl Around the World’ and, by May 2021, had sent 374 garments in total, 98% of these were cut out ready to sew by Teresa herself! After a break for the summer and following funding for fabric, the group have been working through the autumn and winter, once again mainly on packs cut and provided by Teresa. She would like to treat the sewers to tea and cake but is financially unable Some of the many scrubs created by Teresa and her sewing colleagues. to do this on her state pension.”
Having retired has certainly not meant a ‘slowing down’ for Teresa and it was remarkable and inspiring to hear about her enormous ongoing efforts to keep helping others. “At least, the Liberty Lunch will mean someone else will have to cook my lunch for me”, she explained!
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BY RICHARD ASH CHARTERED FINANCIAL PLANNER AND DIRECTOR You may know one of those ‘champions’ who always helps where they can or goes that extra mile for a neighbour, a stranger or a friend, and if you do then we would like to hear from you. Our plan is to offer a modest reward of lunch out at a local pub, diner, coffee shop or eatery up to the value of £100. We would ask that this offer is taken up locally to support our fantastic local businesses. We will select a monthly ‘champion’ from any nominations we receive. When contacting us, we would ask that you say who they are, how you feel they have positively contributed towards our community, and provide their contact information, having asked their permission to do so. Please see this as being a good thing, something to celebrate, a way in which we at Liberty Partnership can celebrate our community. Sadly, we will not be able to recognise everyone, which we hope you all understand.
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14th - The Goat, Frognall, 9pm - Cuttin’ Loose.
7th - Star Wars Day at the Deeping Library 103pm. All day - crafts, trail, bookmark sale, cake sale, raffle. 11am Stormtrooper Storytime. 12-2pm Stormtrooper Meet and Greet.
15th - Car Boot Sale 10am – 2pm – John Eve Field (opposite Tesco), Market Deeping. Pre-booked pitches £5. Please call Virginia on 07711 883 938 to book.
9th - Surprise Bingo 2pm - £1 a book - Oddfellows Hall, Market Deeping. Their ever-popular bingo afternoon where every prize is a surprise! Tea and biscuits included. Please call Virginia on 07711 883 938 to book.
17th - The Deeping Flower Club welcome guest, June-Marie Bradley with a demonstration, ‘Classic Commercials’ - Priory Church Hall, Deeping St James. 7pm for 7.30pm, tea and coffee, raffle of all the arrangements. Visitors very welcome £6. Enquiries Sue Lee 01778 560362.
10th - Nene and Welland Oddfellows Members Business Meeting 10.30am – Oddfellows Hall, Market Deeping. Please call Karen on 01778 342006 to book. 10th - Deeping Ladies Coffee Club meeting at the Priory Church Hall, DSJ, with a talk entitled “From Pocket Park to Pensfield”. Doors open at 10am for a 10.30 start. For more information, please call Sue on 01778 344195. 10th - Cold Pudding Club 6.30pm - £1 (if bringing a pud) £3 (just tasting) - Oddfellows Hall, Market Deeping. Lovely evening with a delectable range of home-made puddings to partake of and a raffle. Please call David on 01778 347876 to book.
18th - Friendship Lunch 12.30pm – The Crown, Surfleet – price per menu. Come along for good food and good company. Please call Christine on 07714 096801 to book. 18th - Deeping Camera Club’s last meeting until September: Presentations and AGM, 7:30pm at Deepings Community Centre. 20th - Music Quiz 8.30pm at the Whistle Stop, Tallington.
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Our onsite workshop offers a fully comprehensive repair service for your caravan or motorhome.
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Looking to buy? We have a range of used caravans that may suit your requirements.
We are a fully, insuranceapproved repair centre for all major UK insurers and manufacturers.
We’ve got everything for your camping needs in our friendly, onsite shop.
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.
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Lucy and all at Briggs. A very big thank you for all you’ve done. ’’
Thank you so much for all your hard work and living the stress with us. We really appreciate everything you have all done to make this happen at last. Thank you! ’’
Just wanted to say a MASSIVE thank you! You have been amazing and I can’t thank you enough! ’’
To Lucy. Thank you so much for ALL of your help! We can’t thank you enough. If it weren’t for you, this would not have gone through. You’re an absolute angel. ’’
Just a small selection of the lovely feedback we have recently received. Being a small family firm it’s always important to know we are helping our customers.
To Becky, Paul and the whole Briggs team. Thank you so much for doing such a great job in selling my property so quickly. We have been so impressed with your service. ’’
Dear Briggs Residential Team. Thank you so much for your help during our transaction. We hope you’ll enjoy the chocolates with your morning coffee. ’’
Thank you for all your efforts. We got there in the end Should we ever feel ‘brave’ enough to move again, we wouldn’t hesitate to use Briggs.’’
Thank you so much for all of your hard work. None of this would have happened without your effort. ’’