Alongside our usual photographs of people celebrating milestone occasions, there is a definite theme of people putting themselves out for the benefit of others in this week’s Telegraph People slideshow.
From charity cheque presentations to people being sponsored for their brave new looks, generosity of spirit is certainly evident.
Images this week show:
O Patients and staff at Westlands Care Home, Wellingborough, have opened a new weekly craft stall in aid of Alzheimer’s charity
O Rockingham Cars’ service manager Gurbinder Babraha and salesman Chris Clark dressed in onesies for charity
O Staff at Wold Farm Fisheries hand over a cheque for £4,500 from the Daxtonbury Chris Kelly Cancer Trust to Marie Curie Wellingborough branch
O Maurice and Marjory Stanford, who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a party at Bozeat Wesleyan Chapel on Saturday, October 26
O Rushden Waitrose’s Community Matters scheme gave Raunds Guides £190, Thorndale Care Home £360 and Kettering Riding for the Disabled £450
O Kettering-based The Doggie Stylists’ Richard Smith who came second in the UK Dog Groomer of the Year
O Prince’s Trust members helping to clear some of the land around the lake at Wicksteed Park. Team leader Mark Williams with the volunteers
O Work experience at Cloverleaf Dog Grooming, Corby. L-r Joe Forster, 18, and Joe Collins, 19, with Olwen Turns and dog Faie
O Gwen Webber from Higham Ferrers had her hair cut off and dyed pink to raise money for Crazy Hats and Macmillan
O Wellingborough MIND Face Your Fears Day, Michelle Eavis with Iggy the green iguana
O Opening of Desborough community cafe: l-r MP Philip Hollobone, David Coe, Victoria Miles, Mark Millspowell, Belinda Humphries and Jeremy Sharman