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Grants bring trim trail a step closer




Friends of Jubilee Park treasurer Carole Bremner, left, and secretary Lesley Coulson, second from right, receive their donation certificates with coun Judy Stevens, coun Phil Dilks and Otis the dog
Friends of Jubilee Park treasurer Carole Bremner, left, and secretary Lesley Coulson, second from right, receive their donation certificates with coun Judy Stevens, coun Phil Dilks and Otis the dog

A new trim trail to give adults and children a fun way to boost their fitness is on its way to the Jubilee Park in Deeping St James.

It includes a series of outdoor gym equipment spread around the grassy open space, a community area which already has a children’s play park.

South Kesteven district councillors Judy Stevens (Con) and Phil Dilks (Lab) have each donated £330 from their respective ward member grants to help the £12,600 project become a reality.


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