Nostalgia

Nostalgia

A slice of nostalgia in a tin.... spicy spam fitters

Nostalgia, as the saying goes, just isn’t what it used to be. This long, hot summer has evoked many familiar reminiscences, not least the drought summer of 1976. There’s even something vaguely nostalgic about an England semi-final exit, with echoes of 1990 and the ‘football’s coming home’ summer of 1996.

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A look into Crowland's history

Exploring the ancient town of Crowland

The ancient town of Crowland, or Croyland as it was originally known, is perhaps best known for two landmarks - its medieval abbey and the 14th-century three-sided bridge, Trinity Bridge, which stands at the centre of the town and used to be where three streams met.

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Norman Cross prison camp

The prison that was also a town

One of the Peterborough area’s claims to fame (although one it might not be too proud of) is that it was home at Norman Cross to the world’s first purpose-built prisoner-of-war camp.

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