From a lady celebrating her 100th birthday to youngsters passing their dance exams, Telegraph People this week celebrates a host of achievements of people of all ages and backgrounds.
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Images this week are:
- New breakfast room at Grange Primary Academy, Kettering, l-r Marcus Furniss, Paige Bazeley, Ros Gresham, Alfie Allen and Lewis Judd
- Tesco staff do a 20-lap challenge for Diabetes UK at East Carlton l-r Claire Tait, Nicola Keenan, Lynette Ballantyne, Dawn Hinton and Anete Volkova
- Sir Christopher Hatton Academy gained the Northamptonshire Mental Health Stigma Programme Gold Award to recognise its work
- Footloose Dance Academy, Higham Ferrers, has celebrated exam success. Pictured in front are l-r Evie Saunders, 4, and Ellie Harrsion, 5
- Sara Simms and her daughter Emma Michael, from Kettering, have collected treats for troops in Afghanistan.
- Wellingborough BID ran a competition to win a Wellingborough-themed Monopoly board. Pictured is winner Tara North with John Cable
- A football team from Oakley Vale Primary School, Corby, have won Northamptonshire County School’s FA U-11 Girls Sevens Championship
- Pytchley Golf Lodge, Kettering, Santa Showdown Weekend and the Kay Hall Memorial Golf Trophy presentation to Cransley Hospice
- New Buggyfit course at East Carlton. Kate Gill-Carter Buggyfit leader with l-r Anna Oxborrow, Sam Eathorne, Sarah Collis and Michelle McColgan
- Mary Burdett, of Woodford, celebrated her 100th birthday this week
- Corby Mayor Judy Caine opened a new charity shop on behalf of Age UK Northamptonshire and Citizens’ Advice Services Corby and Kettering