Nearly 100 youngsters from around the area spent the first week of their summer holidays at a week-long summer sports camp in Louth.
The annual King Edward VI Grammar School summer camp, held at the school, saw youngsters enjoy a week of packed sporting activities.
Helped out by KEVIGS 6th formers and ex-students, the children aged eight to 14 had the chance to take part in sports including football, golf and cricket, and learned from the experts thanks to visits from fencing, trampolining and judo coaches.
They also took a trip to Louth Cinema and finished the week in style on Friday with a bouncy assault course and a BBQ.
Watch the video to see some of the presentation at the end of the camp.