People from all walks of life and of different ages and backgrounds feature in this week’s Telegraph People - from a lady celebrating her 100th birthday to teenagers working to improve their community.
Among the images published this week are a job fair held by the Papworth Trust in Kettering, members of Stoke Albany PCC’s Pudding Club, and teenagers who completed the four-week Kettering National Citizen Service programme by building skills and giving back to their community.
Kettering Stamp and Philatelic Society’s autumn fair also features as do the staff, governors and former pupils of Tennyson Road Infants School, Rushden, who are celebrating the school’s 75th Anniversary.
Pupils from Manor School, Raunds, are pictured after they invited Santa Pod in for the day as part of the STEM Crest Qualification Award, while staff from Kettering Hospital can be seen having won two national innovation awards for the way it uses modern technology to better monitor patient safety.
A cheque presentation picture is also in this week’s spread showing a donation to a vasculitis charity from a group of friends from Earls Barton, Great Doddington and Wilby who created and sold a bakery book in memory of Debbie Gregson.
Bansang Hospital Appeal received £15,000 from BPEC Charity and charity founder Anita Smith, of Orlingbury, is pictured accepting the 2013 Life Award.
Finally the young at heart Maisie Jarmin, of Rothwell, is pictured celebrating her 100th birthday at Marlow House, Desborough.
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