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LETTER: Deflated by balloon treat at Ferry Meadows

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Backrow, l-r, Kerry Hustler (Alphabet Nursery), Fay Ratcliffe (mum), (dad), June Massey (Epilepsy Action. Front row, l-r, Max Ratcliffe (brother, 3), Maya Ratcliffe THA

National award for nursery due to its great care

Peterborough Telegraph's Man behind the mic column by Paul Stainton, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire host -

The perils of pick ‘n’ mix politics

Heavy rain

Two missing girls found safe and well by police


Concern as club threatened with closure


VIDEO: Driver rolls car in Peterborough city centre street


Eating chocolate ‘lowers risk of irregular heartbeat’

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Air ambulance treats child for head injuries after fall in Peterborough

Michael Comber bats for Suffolk in Minor Counties group stage match against Bedfordshire     PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Suffolk turn their attention to longer format as they prepare to face Buckinghamshire in opening Unicorns Championship fixture

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Craig Cook rides for Workington.

MEETING PREVIEW: Top fixture in prospect says team boss Johnson

Alex Mitchell made 89 for Peterborough Town.

RUTLAND LEAGUE: Wisbech flying high at the top of the table

Chris Milner top-scored for Peterborough Town.

NORTHANTS LEAGUE: Shock defeat for Town and Oundle lose as well


LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: First wins for Market Deeping and Spalding


CAMBS LEAGUE: Tons for Larkin and Cafferkey


POSTPONEMENT: Glasgow v Panthers is called off

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Horrible Histories.
Photo: Darren Bell

Barmy entertainment for the whole family on Peterborough stage

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See Verbatim Green_Space on June 3 or June 4

Inventive and entertaining theatre set for Peterborough stage

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Aqua Park at Rutland water

Top 5 family days out in Peterborough area this half-term

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Eating chocolate ‘lowers risk of irregular heartbeat’

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Parveen's lamb sheesh kebabs

SPICE QUEEN: Healthy, tasty way to add a little spice to the holiday weekend

Thornton on Thursday column with Peterborough Telegraph's deputy editor Nigel Thornton -

Blue sky thinking for Peterborough’s park life