A Grantham charity is working hard to raise £20,000 to send families to Disneyland Paris.
One of the ways Grantham Disabled Children’s Society is doing this is through holding fund-raisers, such as the event at the Royal Queen pub in Belton Lane at the weekend, where visitors found stalls and various activities. One activity was soaking people in stocks, with charity co-founder Matt Sherwood (pictured) a victim. Meanwhile, businessman Simon Pell, of Wardour Secure Networks, is raising money in a unique way. Masks of his face (pictured) have been made available to the public, who can have their picture taken wearing it in unsual places to be in with a chance of winning a laptop (information: www.wardour.net/mymask). Tomorrow (Saturday), GCS is holding a car boot sale at the Muddle Go Nowhere pub, in Barrowby Road, between 7am and 11am. Fee for cars is £4. Also tomorrow, the charity’s Kaz Smith will be doing a sponsored parachute jump. To sponsor her, search for GDCS on Facebook, where you can also find details of upcoming fund-raisers.