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Grimston and South Wootton Lynn News Shield finalists, Necton Little Oaks Playgroup and Dersingham Methodist Church: All Our Yesterdays lookback photos





All Our Yesterdays lookback photos, May 23 - May village views:

May 2000: A bouncy castle brought shrieks of delight from these youngsters enjoying the Heacham Weekend of Fun. The special celebration to mark the millennium was organised by the parish council and featured a range of entertainment for all ages.

Photo: MLNF-000529429

May 2000: A bouncy castle brought shrieks of delight from these youngsters enjoying the Heacham Weekend of Fun. Photo: MLNF-000529429
May 2000: A bouncy castle brought shrieks of delight from these youngsters enjoying the Heacham Weekend of Fun. Photo: MLNF-000529429

May 2003: Grimston won the Lynn News Shield for primary schools, beating South Wootton in the final.

The competition, which started in 1981, saw 15 teams enter and was played on a knock-out basis. In this picture sports editor Peter Woodhouse presents the shield to Grimston captain Chez Rust, as players from both teams line up.

Photo: MLNF-0305276

May 2003: Grimston won the Lynn News Shield for primary schools, beating South Wootton in the final. The competition, which started in 1981, saw 15 teams enter and was played on a knock-out basis. In this picture sports editor Peter Woodhouse presents the shield to Grimston captain Chez Rust, as players from both teams line up. Photo: MLNF-0305276
May 2003: Grimston won the Lynn News Shield for primary schools, beating South Wootton in the final. The competition, which started in 1981, saw 15 teams enter and was played on a knock-out basis. In this picture sports editor Peter Woodhouse presents the shield to Grimston captain Chez Rust, as players from both teams line up. Photo: MLNF-0305276

May 2003: Youngsters from Weasenham Primary School had a whale of a time raising money for the World Wildlife Fund.

Taking part in a sponsored swim at Fakenham Junior School, they were accompanied by an inflatable killer whale called Ollie the Orca. More than £200 was raised for WWF.

Photo: MLNF-0305376

May 2003: Youngsters from Weasenham Primary School had a whale of a time raising money for the World Wildlife Fund. Photo: MLNF-0305376
May 2003: Youngsters from Weasenham Primary School had a whale of a time raising money for the World Wildlife Fund. Photo: MLNF-0305376

May 2003: It’s a jungle jamboree for children – and staff – at Necton Little Oaks Playgroup’s 30th birthday celebrations. Cuddly toy tigers and a monkey joined in the fun.

There was also a specially decorated birthday cake to mark the occasion.

Photo: MLNF-03051288

May 2003: It’s a jungle jamboree for children – and staff – at Necton Little Oaks Playgroup’s 30th birthday celebrations. Cuddly toy tigers and a monkey joined in the fun. There was also a specially decorated birthday cake to mark the occasion. Photo: MLNF-03051288
May 2003: It’s a jungle jamboree for children – and staff – at Necton Little Oaks Playgroup’s 30th birthday celebrations. Cuddly toy tigers and a monkey joined in the fun. There was also a specially decorated birthday cake to mark the occasion. Photo: MLNF-03051288

May 2012: Green-fingered members of Dersingham Methodist Church did their bit to support the Lynn News Young Carers Appeal, donating £500 following a successful flower festival.

Pictured here are Elizabeth and Philip Batstone with Jenny Cross with one of the displays.

Photo: MLNF-12AM05337

May 2012: Green-fingered members of Dersingham Methodist Church did their bit to support the Lynn News Young Carers Appeal, donating £500 following a successful flower festival. Pictured here are Elizabeth and Philip Batstone with Jenny Cross with one of the displays. Photo: MLNF-12AM05337
May 2012: Green-fingered members of Dersingham Methodist Church did their bit to support the Lynn News Young Carers Appeal, donating £500 following a successful flower festival. Pictured here are Elizabeth and Philip Batstone with Jenny Cross with one of the displays. Photo: MLNF-12AM05337

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