Peterborough Telegraph

‘We’ve never had anything like this’ - Crown Lakes owner reacts to damage by vandal

Cambridgeshire
The electrical substation in Thorpe Wood. PHOTO: Phil Elmer

Fire service lists most serious Storm Doris incidents in Cambridgeshire

News

UPDATE: Two lorries and car crash shutting A47 at Wansford

Transport
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“A huge thank you for all the care and support you gave Elisha”

News

‘I thought Elisha wouldn’t make it’ - mum relives terrible Bourges Boulevard crash

News

Chocolate maker in Huntingdon enjoys profits surge after a merry Christmas

Business

Company manager must pay back over £200,000 or face prison after VAT fraud

Crime
James Fox  is made a  Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) by Queen Elizabeth II during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Picture:: Yui Mok/PA Wire

ROWING: City oarsman meets the Queen

Sport
Do you recognise these men?

CCTV released after spate of supermarket thefts

Crime
Michael Bostwick picked up a knock against Southend but will be fit for the Rochdale game. Picture: Joe Dent

MATCH PREVIEW: No more talk about the play-offs says McCann

Posh 2
Arsene Wenger is a has been.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: A manager well past his sell-by date

Football
James Fox  is made a  Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) by Queen Elizabeth II during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Picture:: Yui Mok/PA Wire

ROWING: City oarsman meets the Queen

Sport
Harry Limb (right) in action for Wisbech Town against Cambridge City.

TRANSER NEWS: Wisbech teenager joins Premier League club

Non-League

PREVIEW: No panic in the City camp ahead of a crucial weekend

Hockey

COMMENT: Peterborough United are in safe hands

Posh 11

PREVIEW: McCann insists he will defy the critics

Posh 13
Sam Bailey

Win tickets to see X Factor winner Sam Bailey

Whats on
Even You Song Choral Evening World Premiere at Peterborough Cathedral EMN-170217-102245009

Stunning night at the cathedral as new work is premiered

Music
Wildwood in Peterborough city centre EMN-171201-153832001

Not wild about Wildwood... but the kids sure were

Lifestyle
Pictured 30 years ago is the Posh Club darts team. They played in Division Two of the Peterborough Club & Institute League and  the phoptograph was taken before a shock 5-4 win at title-chasing Walton & Werrington Club.  The Posh Clubs five  winners were Alf Corney, Ivan Hammond, Don Ireland, Vic Matson and Jim Copeman. From the left are, back, Vic Matson, Don Ireland, Martin Ireland, Alf Corney, front, Ivan Hammond, Jim Copeman, Alan Harrison and John Lilley.

LOOKING BACK: City ice hockey team the worst in British history

Sport

NOSTALGIA: Can you spot the Peterborough landmarks?

Nostalgia