I was fortunate enough to spend much of my childhood outside – from making mud pies with friends to exploring the countryside with my parents. My love for nature and the environment is something I now share with my own children.
LETTER: Did you give a fiver to young boy in Louth on Boxing Day?
A local resident has praised the Christmas spirit of a lady in Louth who kindly gave some of her money to a distressed child who has lost some of his Christmas money while on his way to the shops on Boxing Day.
I’m writing to thank your readers for taking part in the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Bag It. Beat It. campaign throughout September, helping to generate over 1 million bags of quality items nationwide for BHF shops and raise awareness of women and heart disease.
This week many people across Lincolnshire will be finding out that they have sadly missed out on the 2017 London Marathon ballot. Prospective runners who have been looking forward to taking part will be disappointed to find out they haven’t secured a place in this hugely iconic race.
This October I will be stepping out in my best PJ’s to celebrate Humphrey’s Pyjama Week (3-7 October), and hopefully raising lots of money to help children with brain injury. And I’d like to invite your readers to join us.
Did your readers know that there are more than 100,000 people living with MS in the UK? Or that it is the most common condition of the central nervous system that affects young adults? While most people are diagnosed in their 20s and 30s, the condition can affect people of any age.