A fun-filled day was held in Tower Gardens, Skegness last Sunday to help raise money for a Twinning Association.
The Twinning Gala event was officially opened by the Mayor of Skegness Coun Jim Carpenter and Mayoress Kath Cullen in the morning.
“It’s an important event to help raise money for the Twinning Association, which helps to keep an important link with Bad Gandersheim,” said Mayor Coun Carpenter.
“It was lots of fun, we had a go on most things and donated some money,” he added.
There was a whole host of stalls, from charities and organisations from all across the area.
Among them were the PDSA, the Guide Dogs, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, Authorpe Hedgehog Care, Kidney Research, Coastwatch, The Ark Animal Rescue, Skegness Carnival, Alive & Kicking and many more.
There was also face painting for the children, ice creams, a barbecue and lots of other things.
“I’m glad the weather held off for most of the day and it was a shame it was a bit cold but it was fairly well visited all day,” the mayor added.
Representatives from Bad Gandersheim will be visiting Skegness on July 5 after Skegness reps flew over last year.