Wheely inspiring visit to school for Olympic Torch

Disabled table tennis players Colin Woodford and Leanne Stephen visit pupils at Keelby Primary School (back row from left): Olivia Rennie, Jack Phillips, Harvey Cherry and Ashley Baume. Front from left: Chloe Lingard and Amelia Spink.
Disabled table tennis players Colin Woodford and Leanne Stephen visit pupils at Keelby Primary School (back row from left): Olivia Rennie, Jack Phillips, Harvey Cherry and Ashley Baume. Front from left: Chloe Lingard and Amelia Spink.
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PUPILS at Keelby Primary School were delighted when they were given the chance to hold a genuine Olympic Torch.

Disabled table tennis players Colin Woodford and Leanne Stephen – who carried the Torch in Skegness – have been visiting schools around the area to 
promote Olympic values and create a positive image of disabled people.

Leanne, who has competed in the Commonwealth Games, said: “We’re just normal people, who happen to use wheelchairs – it’s good to get children to realise that at a young age.”