YEARLY REVIEW - MAY: Road works, Bafta, town football triumphs

Players and officials of Skegness Town with the championship trophy. EMN-141222-171848001
Players and officials of Skegness Town with the championship trophy. EMN-141222-171848001

Lincolnshire Highways revealed works was to be carried out on Lumley Road.

Around £80,000 had been earmarked to resurface the full stretch - but on closer inspection it was realised major work was needed - so £150,000 was set aside to reconstruct part of the road.

l Former Skegness Grammar schoolboy Adrian Bell was awarded for his outstanding work in TV with a BAFTA.

The British Film and Television Award was given for his work on BBC’s Dancing on The Edge.

l Former world record holder and Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington held a master-class with pupils from Spilsby’s King Edward VI School.

l Skegness Town FC took the Lincolnshire League football title and Skegness United dedicated their Lincolnshire League Challenge Cup Final win to their late chairman Geoff Farrar.

l Skegness table tennis star Tom Jarvis, 14, won the Spanish Youth Open.

l Poppy Bagnall of Seathorne Primary, Winthorpe, saw her Salty the Seasider design join the town’s Stagecoach fleet after winning a competition.

l It was revealed Skegness Springs had been supplying specialist parts to Formula One teams for more than 20 years.