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LETTER: Drink coffee to help change lives with Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan Cancer Support’s flagship fundraiser, World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, takes place on September 29 and every slice of cake eaten and cup of coffee poured in Cambridgeshire has the power to help change lives for people living with cancer.

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LETTER: Call to ban EDL march in Peterborough

LETTER: Call to ban EDL march in Peterborough

The EDL have announced their intention to march in our city on 21st October.

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LETTER: Lack of clarity on defence spending

LETTER: Lack of clarity on defence spending

While grateful to Fiona Onasanya for providing her Westminster Life column, she needs to know that I found a shortage of both clarity and conviction in her latest offering (‘We must pay the price of their sacrifice’ September 7).

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Bins

LETTER: Fit padlocks to Peterborough dustbins

Is anyone else getting fed up to the back teeth with those people who put their garbage in someone else’s bin - and not even in the right bin? Totally wrong stuff which leads to your bin not getting emptied.

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LETTER: Peterborough cyclist texted while pedalling

LETTER: Peterborough cyclist texted while pedalling

I feel obliged to bring to your attention a situation that occurred on September 7 at 7.45am that involved a student who was cycling along Church Drive, Orton Waterville.

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LETTER: Amazing fundraising by Peterborough Sikh temple

LETTER: Amazing fundraising by Peterborough Sikh temple

On Sunday 13th August, from the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Sahib Gurdwara (the Fengate Sikh Temple), a cheque and a further promise altogether totalling £4,200 for Epilepsy Action was received by Beryl Sharlot on behalf of Epilepsy Action.

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Mayor of Peterborough Cllr John Fox at the beer festival

LETTER: Peterborough people having a vision and making it work

As the summer fades and the nights draw in we will all soon need cheering up!

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Construction

LETTER: Too many homes for Peterborough’s rural areas

Further doubts have been raised about Peterborough’s suitability to take on 2,500 homes from neighbouring authorities in a draft report produced by Aecom – a multinational engineering and housing consultancy.

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LETTER: Werrington car boot sale was a great success

LETTER: Werrington car boot sale was a great success

We had a stall at Wellington Street car boot sale.

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Big Issue

LETTER: Honesty of Peterborough homeless man Adam needs recognition

Today whilst working in Queensgate I saw a homeless man pick up a purse he turned too me and said “will you come to security with me as I do not want to be accused of stealing anything from it.”

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Residents at the Salvation Army Citadel see the plans

LETTER: New solution to Peterborough’s Rhubarb Bridge impasse

Reaction to Peterborough City Council’s plans to demolish the footpath/cycleway bridge system has generated understandable alarm, fear and anger at the prospect of all crossings to be at road level.

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LETTER: Thanks to those in Cardea who cared

LETTER: Thanks to those in Cardea who cared

I would like, through your newspaper, to thank all the very kind young people who stopped and offered their help and comfort on Friday 11th at about 5.30 in Apollo Drive, Cardea.

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Residents and councillors view the plans at the Salvation Army Citadel

LETTER: Who worked out Peterborough’s Rhubarb Bridge costs?

Contrasting stories in the Peterborough Telegraph:

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LETTER: Rethink plans that are an unmitigated disaster for Rhubarb Bridge

LETTER: Rethink plans that are an unmitigated disaster for Rhubarb Bridge

Concerning the proposals for ground level pedestrian and cyclists’ crossing points following the proposed removal of the existing Rhubarb Bridge.

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LETTER: Cost of street lights on at noon

In January 2014 I wrote to the council about the street lights on the Werrington Parkway close to where it meets the A15.

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James Palmer

LETTER: New ‘super authority’ - just how many council staff are we paying for now!

Re your article of July 27 about the new super mayor and his staff.

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Litter dropped in the street EMN-170524-162412009

LETTER: Action needed to clean Peterborough’s streets

We hear much of keeping the city centre free of litter but can something please be done about the litter along Lincoln Road between the town centre and St Mark’s church on both sides of the road?

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Site of proposed bridge over River Nene from South Bank site EMN-170717-163301009

LETTER: Essential to build the bridge to Peterborough’s Fletton Quays

The tremendous news that the Arts Council has awarded Peterborough City Council £490,000 to help transform Whitworth Mill on Fletton Quays merely reinforces the need for a pedestrian/cycle bridge to be built spanning the areas between this exciting new development and the Key Theatre embankment.

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Graffiti at The Orchards , Orton Waterville

LETTER: Graffiti eyesore around the Ortons can still be seen a year on

It is almost a whole year now that residents (and visitors) within the Townships of the Ortons have had to witness graffiti on numerous items of street furniture along with brick walls and wooden fences (property owners and landlords) making no attempts to remove the blight.

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An artist's impressions of how the centre will look when complete

LETTER: Serpentine Green revamp and extension is not good for all

The proposals to upgrade and extend the Serpentine Green shopping centre have been enthusiastically welcomed by 800 or so people who visited an exhibition held recently in Hampton.

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