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Summer fun at the Party in the Park

This week we held our Party in the Park day, inviting local residents to head down and get involved in some fun activities at the Levellings in Gainsborough.

We were delighted to be joined by local partners to provide fun and informative activities during the summer holidays.

Around 100 local residents attended the event on Wednesday 7 August and were also treated to lunch thanks to support from Affordable Foods Gainsborough.

Partners, including Gainsborough Trinity Foundation, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue service and Connexions Community Hub were on hand to provide music, entertainment and information throughout the event.

Erica Watkins, Area Service Manager at Acis, said of running the event: “It was great so see so many families come down and enjoy the day.

“We want to engage with our communities as much as we can so keep an eye out for more events to get involved with.”

A big thank you to all our partners who came down on the day:

  • Victim Lincs
  • Gainsborough Trinity Foundation
  • Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service
  • Gainsborough Feral Rescue
  • Family Action
  • Connexions Community Hub
  • Parents And Autistic Children Together (PAACT)
  • Representatives from West Lindsey District Council, Gainsborough Town Council and Lincolnshire County Council


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