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Relief for motorists and businesses as bridge at Fotheringhay reopens almost four months after crash

Nearly four months after being damaged in a two car collision and subsequently closed, Willow Brook Bridge at Fotheringhay is again open to the public.

Transport
The Kingston 189 distribution centre in Peterborough.

Packaging manufacturer agrees lease on distribution centre in Peterborough

A major manufacturer of packaging for the food industry has moved into Peterborough.

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Under construction - Brookfield Park, in Werrington.

Jobs to be created as building trade supplier is first to move on to new business park in Peterborough

Jobs are to be created at a new business park that is taking shape in Peterborough.

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Bourges Boulevard

Bourges Boulevard closure in Peterborough tonight due to refurbishment

Part of Bourges Boulevard in Peterborough will be closed tonight as work on the refurbishment of the Queengate footbridge gathers momentum.

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A Fenland for Business networking event.

Business leaders in Fenland warned of deadline for indepth survey

Businesses in Fenland are being urged to take part in a survey to discover the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Business
Peterborough Lido set to reopen as summer arrives in city

Peterborough Lido set to reopen as summer arrives in city

Peterborough Lido outdoor swimming pool is poised to be officially reopened for the summer this weekend.

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The Werrington Centre.

Investor sells offices and land at Peterborough’s Werrington Centre in multi-million pound deal

The owner of offices and land at Peterborough’s Werrington Centre has announced the £3.1 million sale of its assets.

News
From left, Ann-marie Clow, Sophie Kerry, Rob Dillarstone, Adele Whaley, Kirstie Sowter and Jamie McConnell.

Celebrations as Peterborough law firm unveils promotions for five staff

It is celebrations at a Peterborough law firm after five solicitors secured hard-earned promotions.

News
M&S ‘cock-up’ as veggie recipe contains chicken

M&S ‘cock-up’ as veggie recipe contains chicken

Marks and Spencer has upset thousands of its veggie customers by celebrating National Vegetarian Week with a link to recipes - including CHICKEN.

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Neville and  Marilyn Wright at their offices in 
Cobblestone Yard, Stamford. 
Picture by Terry Harris / Peterborough Telegraph. THA

Peterborough entrepreneur speaks of sadness at decline of Kiddicare

The founder of Peterborough’s Kiddicare has spoken of his sadness at the retailer’s decline six years after the sale of the business netted him and his wife a £70 million fortune.

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TRAFFIC: A605 at Thrapston to face closures and delays

TRAFFIC: A605 at Thrapston to face closures and delays

A main route near Thrapston will face road closures and delays starting tomorrow (Sunday) for work on the carriageway.

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A transformed Mancetter Square in Peterborough.

Entrepreneur’s transformation of Peterborough business park

One example of Neville Wright’s desire to make his money work for the good of the community is the development of Peterborough’s Mancetter Square.

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Sophie Allport's souvenir mug for the Chelsea Flower Show 2017.

Langtoft designer creates colourful souvenir for Chelsea Flower Show

Homewares business Sophie Allport has designed a special mug to celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show.

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Andy Simmonds at The Ploughman

Pub landlord fears he may soon be calling last orders

A pub landlord is worried about his livelihood after Tesco announced it was “exploring its options” for the site.

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Paolo Bianchi Launched new Fasta Pasta business7. 
Picture by Terry Harris / Peterborough Telegraph. THA

Paolo takes his new pasta business on the road

A familiar face from the Peterborough restaurant scene over the last two decades is back doing what he does best - making tasty Italian dishes.

Lifestyle 1
The former Bridge Street Police Station

LETTER: Once in a lifetime opportunity to realign Peterborough city centre dual carriageway

With reference your news item on Bridge Street Police Station in last week’s Telegraph, and suggestions for re-development (some, a bit tongue in cheek!) in Facebook Favourites, I would make the following suggestion.

Your Say
Thomas Cook.

Growth in Greek getaways spurs surge in revenues for Peterborough’s Thomas Cook

Holiday makers are increasingly favouring Greece as their hotspot destination according to Peterborough-based Thomas Cook.

Business
Is this £4 Asda jumper offensive?

Is this £4 Asda jumper offensive?

A mum has complained to Asda over an offensive jumper in their children’s wear section deeming it to be offensive.

Business
Maccaloo Restaurant at Crowland Road, Eye, which in June will become House of Feasts

Peterborough gastropub taken over by TV chef

TV chef and Polish food star Damian Wawrzyniak has chosen Peterborough to open his first restaurant next month.

Lifestyle
Kodi will not clamp down on streams despite EU Court ruling

Kodi will not clamp down on streams despite EU Court ruling

Kodi has stated that it will not act as police for its own software despite a ruling from the EU Court of Justice that pirate streaming is illegal.

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