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Is Peterborough’s cycling ban forward thinking or small-minded penny pinching?

This column is dedicated to Mark Booker and his friend who, a few weeks ago, cycled through Peterborough on their way from Southend to Bridlington along the national cycle network, writes Peterborough Civic Society’s Toby Wood.

Exterior of the Jigsaw Centre at Herlington where the food bank is based EMN-180716-124717009

Thousands of residents need foodbank

Thousands of children in Peterborough have needed the help of city foodbanks over the past year, it has been revealed.


Here’s what PTSD is and its impact on British veterans explained

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the most common mental health issue that Combat Stress treats.


This is when rain is forecast for Peterborough as farmers’ fear for harvest yields after a month without rain

As Peterborough continues to bake in scorching sunshine, the region’s farmers have been hit hard by the hot, dry weather.

Find the golden ticket and win

Another chance to find a golden ticket and win a £150 prize

We have teamed up with Queensgate Shopping Centre in Peterborough to offer you the chance to hunt for prizes worth £600 as part of the celebration of Independent Retailer Month and Westgate Arcade’s 90th anniversary,


Why PTSD and suicide must not be allowed to define our brave Armed Forces

PTSD and suicide must not be allowed to define our brave Armed Forces.
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Plea to find relatives of man who died in Peterborough

An appeal has been launched to find the next of kin for a who died in Peterborough.

Trout fishery, North Bank

Do you fancy your own Peterborough fishing lake with a lodge - it could be yours for £360,000

A former trout fishing lake and lodge - set in more than 20 acres on the North Bank, between Peterborough and Whittlesey - has gone on the market.


Man found guilty of murder after stabbing two people having lost game of pool in Cambridgeshire pub

A man who stabbed two people in a Cambridgeshire pub after losing a game of pool has been found guilty of murder.

The burglary took place in Spalding overnight between the 15 and 16 of July

Mini moto stolen during late night burglary in Spalding

A property in Westlode Street in Spalding was the target of an overnight burglary between the 15 and 16 of July.
Adam Schneider at the National Guild of Bricklayers' national awards presentation.

High-flying Peterborough apprentice cuts into overseas holiday to secure double awards triumph

An apprentice in Peterborough who cut into an overseas vacation to take part in a national competition is celebrating a double success.

This is why there are so many military jets in the skies over Peterborough

Peterborough residents may have noticed an increase in the sound and sight of military jets in the skies over Peterborough this week.

Knife crime up by a third in Cambridgeshire

Knife crime in Cambridgeshire has risen by 33 per cent in the past year, new figures reveal.

The winners at last year's Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards.

Deadline extended to enter the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2018

The deadline for companies entering the  Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2018  has been extended.


Armed police respond as Peterborough taxi driver is seriously injured in attack by passengers who escaped in his car

A Peterborough taxi driver was seriously injured after being attacked by his two passengers who then made off in his car


Here is how you can request for low flying aircraft to be stopped over Peterborough

On Thursday many Peterborough residents were awoken by the sound of military jets overhead.

Peterborough residents angry reaction to increase in USAF planes in Cambridgeshire skies

Many Peterborough residents have reacted angrily to an increase in the number of military jets flying over the city this week.
Gemma Francis

Peterborough addict used syringe to rob four people

A woman who left four people terrified after she used a hypodermic needle to threaten them in city robberies sobbed as she was jailed for six years.

Protesters gathered to object to housing plans on Tenter HillMeadow, Peterborough

Protesters demand council rejects housing plans on ‘picnic and play’ area in Peterborough

More than ninety protesters gathered at Tenter Hill Meadow, the site at the end of Wessex Close, Peterborough to voice their objection to housing plans on what they see as a protected site of environmental interest.

The scene in Bourne

Rooftop drama halts traffic in Bourne

Traffic was suspended in both directions through North Street in Bourne, Lincolnshire after a man took the rooftops near to the entrance to the shopping mall.

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