Peterborough passengers warned of train line closures due to engineering works
“These works are important to keep services running safely and reliably on these lines”
‘Success story’ of family who moved to Peterborough on 50th anniversary of the Ugandan Asian expulsion order
August 2022 marks 50 years since Ugandan president Idi Amin ordered the expulsion of Uganda’s Asian population
Thunder storm warning issued for Peterborough after another hot, dry weekend
Met Office say storms could cause disruption if they hit on Monday
Peterborough nursery opening two new nurseries in Werrington and Hampton Water on 10th anniversary
"When we think of all the children who have come through our nurseries over the last ten years, we like to think that we’ve made a difference to those children.”
Recycled baths brighten up community garden thanks to award winning group
“I have been in awe of the work that Up The Garden Bath have done locally and was keen to tap into their knowledge base."
Peterborough building society to create hostel for up to 14 Ukrainian refugees above its branch
An application for a temporary change of use of the branch’s upper floors to house Ukrainian refugees was permitted on August 11.
Peterborough charity hosting free family sport events at Stanley Park this summer holiday
Around 100 people attended Living Sport’s first summer event on Monday (August 8), with two more events lined-up this month.
See cute faces of 10 adorable cats in Woodgreen Pets Charity's care needing loving homes
Could you provide these cats in care the home they deserve?
Church given £1,500 to help support Ukrainian refugees and their hosts
“Many guests arrive with virtually nothing, and hosts incur significant costs in setting up placements and in bringing their guests here.”
Talented tattooists raise thousands for Peterborough's Thorpe Hall Hospice
“We had no idea we would raise the amount of money we did; it was just incredible!”