Every week Telegraph People aims to show what county people – young, old and everything in between – have been getting up to.
This week’s Telegraph People includes Megan Cox, 14, and Sophia Lockhart, 14, during the yachting festival at Pitsford Reservoir, Abbot House Care Home, Oundle, manager Paula Hogan who is leaving the post after 17 years and moving to New Zealand, and Roger Fowkes, Allan Fosbrook, Janet Fowkes, mayor Keli Watts, Sarah Frankham and Rhonda Fosbrook at the opening of the Blitz in Kettering.
Other images show Rushden Waitrose staff handing over Community Matters donations to YIP Club, Equata, KGH radio and Sofa Wise as well as 16th Kettering Salvation Army Rainbows and Brownies who want more members to join them for fun and friendship.
Fitness instructors Sammy Moreton and Lloyd Chettle are pictured at the revamped Nene Centre, in Thrapston, while also featured are Bannatyne’s Health Club in Wellingborough who have appointed a new fitness manager Izzy Collyer and new general manager Phil Stigwood.
And the new Weldon Park Day Nursery, Stamford Road, Weldon, is featured with staff Samantha Jenkins, Sophie Denton and Kate Poree.
Tom Love, of Islip, Northamptonshire, appears raising the Islip New York flag on the same day that the USA town reciprocated by raising a Union Flag on its town hall.
Also featured are Bishop Richard Trotman and Seva Jackman at the opening of the new Five Well Centre in Wellingborough, alongside Symrise UK Corby staff who successfully completed their NVQs receive their certificates.
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