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Peterborough agency’s new boss flags up top challenges for the future

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Strictly dancers - Kevin and Karen Clifton.

Ballroom charity spectacular in Peterborough is a sell-out

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LETTER: Longthorpe Church changes spark concern for Peterborough Civic Society

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Alps escape from the digital era

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Volunteer kitten fosterers needed

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Beds shut at Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall due to a ‘shortage of nurses’

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Peterborough and District Law Society annual dinner at the Haycock, Wansford. Pictured are guests with Peterborough mayor David Sanders EMN-170804-085030009

‘Oh what a night’ at law dinner

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Danny Coxall pciks up the �50 prize for his brother Ben from Whit the Duck. Pic: RWT Photography

Duck race is quacking

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Leo Da Silva Lopes is mobbed by Posh team-mates after his second goal against Bristol Rovers. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

SWANNY’S MATCH VERDICT: Peterborough United 4, Bristol Rovers 2: A season of small consolation prizes for Posh

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Leo Da Silva Lopes scores his second goal against Bristol Rovers. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: McCann: “Let’s enjoy a much bigger celebration next season”

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Marcus Maddison (left) celebrates his goal against Bristol Rovers with Craig Mackail-Smith. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REPORT: Peterborough United 4, Bristol Rovers 2: All smiles at the ABAX

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Warren Nel made 79 for Spalding against Grimsby.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Baptism of fire for new skipper, Bourne lose a belting game, Nel scores well in Spalding defeat

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PREVIEW: Peterborough United out to end Rovers’ play-off hopes

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CAMBS LEAGUE: Freear leads the way for Fenmen, Nassington are ‘Sole’ destroyed, Castor confidence misplaced

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ROUND-UP: Sharpshooter sets sights on play-offs, Sports celebrate in style, Hares hold leaders

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NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Same old, same old for Peterborough Town, Hanno hammers it for Oundle

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St George's flag

8 things you need to know about Saint George’s Day

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Alexandra Ridout

Award-winner takes centre stage for Peterborough Jazz Club 25th anniversary concert

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The Fox at Folksworth

The Fox at Folksworth opens at last after huge renovation project

Lifestyle
Pictured 40 years ago is the Western Star team after winning the Hunts Colts Leagues David Wright Shield competition. They beat St John Fisher 3-0 in the final at Alma Road thanks to a hat-trick by Nigel Evans. The size and strength of Evans and defensive strong men skipper Craig Murphy and Trevor Slack were the decisive factors for Star. The successful Star side was Latter, Blades (sub Fovargue), Slack, Murphy, Wilson, Slight, Tokely, Williamson, Evans, Thomson (sub Ippolito), Clipston.

LOOKING BACK: Posh in trouble over illegal payments to players

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Brad Barnes dines at The Six Bells, Witham on the Hill

Lunch at The Six Bells brings comfort (food) and joy

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