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Seven laws you might be breaking in your own garden without realising it

Thousands of British gardeners are at risk of becoming unwitting criminals due to a lack of knowledge of basic gardening laws, experts have claimed.

Puzzles? in Peterborough has teamed up with Deliveroo as the company offers to bring food to pubs and bars without kitchens

Peterborough bar takes part in groundbreaking national pilot scheme with Deliveroo

A Peterborough bar is one of the first in the country to team up with Deliveroo, which will begin delivering to drinking establishments without kitchens.
Brad Barnes has lunch at La Bucatarie in New Road, Peterborough

A Romanian restuarant you can Count on

Having only a limited knowledge of Romanian cuisine (based on a couple of visits to La Bucatarie over the summer) I stuck with what I knew - the set lunch menu - when I was tempted back on Friday.

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Do you recognise any of these faces?

NOSTALGIA: A history of Peterborough’s park life

Local historian Stephen Perry has produced the latest in his excellent series of booklets on Peterborough.

Parveen's granola bars

Parveen The Spice Queen: My gorgeous, guilt-free granola bars

So, in a bid to keep going with my new health regime, i.e. no wheat and no sugar - I made myself some gorgeous, guilt-free granola bars.

The winners of the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017.

Celebrations as the best in business are recognised at the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017

The best in business was celebrated in fne style last night (Friday) at the 22nd annual Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017.
Interiors and exterior of the Middletons Streakhouse & Grill,  Bridge Street

The best chain restaurant experience in Peterborough

Some things are just meant to be - and I include Saturday’s early evening visit to the £1million Middletons steakhouse and grill in Peterborough city centre in that.

Great Northern Cottages, Peterborough

NOSTALGIA: Home, not so sweet home, in Peterborough?

The recent history of Peterborough is synonymous with house building. In the 70s the New Town status saw new townships created and thousands of homes built.

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Craig Lemmon at the Key Theatre's Riverside restaurant

Craig holds the Key to a good dinner for theatre-goers

Pre-theatre diners will be in safe hands after the latest shake-up regards the food offering at Peterborough’a Key Theatre.

Carb free jacket potatoes

Parveen The Spice Queen: Carb free jacket potatoes

I never used to have any problems with my digestion but I have been suffering a little these days. My good friend Alison said that I should try cutting out sugar and bread. It’s been hard but I have managed it, and I do feel a better.

Official opening of the Gourmet Bus at Serpentine Green.  Development manager Emma Griffiths and owner Rameez Mahmood with Mayor of Peterborough Coun. John Fox and Mayoress Judy Fox EMN-170311-180834009

Top food is just the ticket on Gourmet Bus

A new diner is just the ticket for shoppers looking for gourmet fare in Peterborough.

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

Back pain is no joke, but I’ve got one about MRI scanners!

Like thousands of Peterborians I suffer from backpain. For me, it’s a relatively new phenomenon brought on by foolish behaviour in an adventure playground.

Long Causeway shop units set to become food outlets

Three more city centre shops set to become food outlets

Long Causeway looks set to become annother hot food destination in Peterborough city centre with three former shops ripe for conversion

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Adebola Adeshina

New Year opening for new Castor restaurant

Anyone looking forward to some “civilised dining” in picturesque Castor this Christmas had best think again.

Peterborough city centre with the hustle and bustle of trams

12 things you never knew about Peterborough’s lost tram network

How best to deliver a public transport system is still a hot topic in most British cities.

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mince pies

Lee Clarke: What does the looming butter shortage say about our approach to food?

Now that we have entered November and the spooky Halloween season is behind us, there’s surely only one thing on our minds – Christmas. It is a season that finds some of its deepest roots in food – whether it’s family memories around the dinner table eating your mum’s homemade stuffing; or saying yes to that mince pie and cream even though you’re sure that if you have any more food you might burst.

Lamb bhuna

Parveen The Spice Queen: A wonderful, warming, winter one pot

This weekend many of us will be commemorating Guy Fawkes Night or bonfire night, depends how you look at it. As a child, I used to absolutely love bonfire night, my brothers and I had such fun.

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

Peterborough’s busiest crossing is a magnet for accidents

Another day, another horrible accident at the Bourges Boulevard/Bridge Street pedestrian crossing.

Sundays in Cumbergate, Peterborough

After serving up half a million roast dinners, Sundays restaurant is on the move

It has been at the heart of Peterborough city centre for more than a decade, but the popular Sundays carvery restaurant is on the move.

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Tom Beran

‘Pub Swap’ fun for micropub landlords

Peterborough has been blessed with two micropubs, both somewhat smaller than your average boozer, but both with a shared love of top quality beer, banter and quirky opening hours.

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