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LETTER: Longthorpe Church changes spark concern for Peterborough Civic Society

The Peterborough Civic Society was dismayed to learn of the decision to grant a faculty for the drastic re-ordering of St Botolph, Longthorpe – to the extent of the virtual destruction of its predominant present internal character – in the teeth of considered objections from national and consultative statutory bodies.

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Revd Jacqueline Bullen at her institution as vicar of Longthorpe at St Botoph's Church pictured with Bishop Donald

LETTER: Longthorpe Church’s invite to critical Peterborough MP

I read with amazement Stewart Jackson’s article about St Botolph’s Church’s planned changes to its internal layout.

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Cathedral Square and the Guildhall, Peterborough city centre. Photo: David Lowndes

LETTER: Visitor praises Peterborough for much improved city centre

I was at my leisure centre, the Marriott, last week, and got chatting to a lady from Hampshire.

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A car parked in the middle of the road outside Queen's Drive Infant School

LETTER: Use primary school parking fines to pay for lollipop lady

My son goes to Gunthorpe Primary School.

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Scott Nicholas  with his Ferrari Spider which was damaged by a pothole near Ufford. EMN-170322-145159009

LETTER: Sympathy for Ferrari driver and the £10,000 pothole, but drivers must share some of the blame

I did feel for the Ferrari owner who caused so much damage to his pride and joy.

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Imminent UK cuts to mothers tax credits are an assault on womens human rights

Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights

Angela O’Hagan is a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University. Here she looks at how a change in tax credits for parents who have more than two children is an attack on women’s rights.

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LETTER: Concern over Hampton development

LETTER: Concern over Hampton development

There is great concern amongst the elderly residents of St Edmunds Court Hampton, as to the development of the land directly opposite to the Court on St Edmunds Walk/Eagle Way.

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Rubbish outside a home

LETTER: Setting Stewart Jackson straight on Peterborough’s ‘subsidy for slum landlords’

Last week Stewart Jackson shared his views on the council’s Renewals Policy that he assumed represented funding to pay for repairs to homes owned by private sector ‘slum’ landlords. Let me set the record straight.

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Vandalism of play equiptment, benches and fencing at Ferry Meadows. Pictured is estate warden Paul Easthope EMN-170902-173328009

LETTER: Nene Park Trust thanks ‘wonderful community’ for raising £6,000 after damage by vandals

A letter from the Nene Park Trust to the Peterborough Telegraph:

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LETTER: Tribute to work of Peterborough councillor

LETTER: Tribute to work of Peterborough councillor

David Thorpe, who passed away recently, will be remembered by his friends with great affection.

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Maggie Cantwell's funeral at Peterborough Cathedral EMN-170302-193702009

LETTER: Ideas for honour to Peterborough couple

It was a privilege to attend a packed cathedral recently to pay tribute to Maggie Cantwell and although it was a very sad occasion, the eulogies about her were life-affirming and inspirational.

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More than 1,500 properties were let without power in Weston Favell.

LETTER: Green flaws in Peterborough Local Plan

Sustainable growth can enhance the quality of natural habitats and populations of wild species, and provide green spaces that local people enjoy.

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The scene of a collision

LETTER: Underpass would improve crossing safety and stop accidents

Reference Editor’s Comment and correspondence in last week’s Telegraph concerning the potential for accidents at this crossing owing to pedestrians and cyclists not abiding by the traffic lights.

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OPINION: Bollards to you

OPINION: Bollards to you

The good people of Peterborough Civic Society tweeted this picture on Sunday evening with the following comment:“New car park? Cathedral Square 8.10pm this evening. Shouldn’t the Long Causeway bollards be raised to prevent this?’’

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NHS IN CRISIS: ‘We need national publicity of the issues we have campaigned on locally for years’ – your letters

NHS IN CRISIS: ‘We need national publicity of the issues we have campaigned on locally for years’ – your letters

We asked readers to write in with their own stories and suggestions about the NHS in response to our investigation this week.

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LETTER: Ill man made to pay for Brexit

LETTER: Ill man made to pay for Brexit

Last week in Italy I was taken ill.

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The scene of a collision

LETTER: Peterborough pedestrians flout traffic lights

In response to your article about the pedestrian crossing, I have witnessed many people who flout the traffic lights and choose to cross when they want to.

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LETTER: Westwood residents’ fears are being ignored

On January 24, at a full planning committee meeting, the city council passed the plans for the controversial development of the car park at the Hampton Court Shopping Centre, in Westwood.

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Outside the Council chamber at Peterborough Town Hall on Bridge Street. Photo: Paul Franks/Peterborough Telegraph

LETTER: Mandate needed for Peterborough City Council

I feel we should have another referendum, not on the EU, but on local government, which is the biggest growth industry in Peterborough.

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LETTER: Peterborough City Council - Think about timing of your road repairs

I am enquiring as to why Peterborough City Council deems it essential to put up temporary traffic lights on Parnwell Way, Peterborough, 15 minutes before 9am in the middle of the morning rush hour for the Eastern Industries area?

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