CITY MARKET HOSTS FIRST FOOD AND MUSIC FESTIVAL

Preparations are in full swing for Peterborough City Market’s first Food and Music Festival on Saturday July 21. As well as the regular traders, lots...

EXCLUSIVE KIDS’ SESSIONS NOW ON @ AQUA PARK RUTLAND

Aqua Park Rutland is helping mums and dads beat the school holiday cabin fever with exclusive sessions for six to thirteen year olds in July...

NEW HIGH WIRE DINOSAUR FUN @ NORFOLK ATTRACTION

If you’re panicking about what you’re going to do with the kids over the holidays – this looks great fun for a day out! The...

THE COSMETIC COMPANY STORE OPENING SOON @ SPRINGFIELDS OUTLET

THE COSMETIC COMPANY STORE OPENING SOON @ SPRINGFIELDS OUTLET

Not long to go beauty fans – Springfields Outlet is...

WESTGATE ARCADE LAUNCHES £450 HUNT THIS JULY

WESTGATE ARCADE LAUNCHES £450 HUNT THIS JULY

Look high and look very low in Westgate Arcade this...

SHOPPING CENTRE MANAGER TAKES ON MONSTER CHALLENGES

David Wait is used to the challenge of running one of Peterborough’s largest and busiest shopping centres but that’s a walk in the park compared...

GET READY FOR THE CITY’S FIRST PETERBOROUGH PRIDE FESTIVAL

The first Peterborough PRIDE UK festival in the city has some amazing entertainment lined up so it’s definitely going to be a loud and proud...

CULTURAL FESTIVAL @ FERRY MEADOWS TO CELEBRATE 40th BIRTHDAY!

CULTURAL FESTIVAL @ FERRY MEADOWS TO CELEBRATE 40th BIRTHDAY!

Don’t miss the party at Ferry Meadows’ this weekend as...

POLISH FESTIVAL DAY IN CITY CENTRE

POLISH FESTIVAL DAY IN CITY CENTRE

The chance to celebrate all things Polish is on offer...

BLUE PLAQUE TO BE UNVEILED AS PART OF ARMED FORCES DAY

A blue plaque will be unveiled in the city centre this weekend to commemorate a building which played an instrumental role in World War One....

OVER 30,000 ATTENDED CITY’S HERITAGE FESTIVAL

The 10th annual Peterborough Heritage Festival welcomed over 30,000 people to the city on the weekend of June 16 and 17, with more family friendly activities...

CHARITY ABSEIL RAISES THOUSANDS FOR GOOD CAUSES

Fundraisers who bravely descended Peterborough cathedral tower in a charity abseil have raised over £37,600! Peterborough Cathedral and city based charity Shine, which supports people...

WESTGATE ARCADE COMPETITION FOR NEXT BIG ENTREPRENEUR

WESTGATE ARCADE COMPETITION FOR NEXT BIG ENTREPRENEUR

In celebration of Westgate Arcade’s 90th anniversary and National Independent...

THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Has it really been 50 years since the most successful...

CELEB’S LINE UP FOR FOOTY Vs CANCER CHARITY GAME

Now, we know that celebrities have a way with showbiz, glamour and all that comes with it… but how hard can they kick a ball...

FILM REVIEW: SKYSCRAPER (12A) Overall Score

FILM REVIEW: SKYSCRAPER (12A)

The Rock… as The Rock. Written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence), Skyscraper tells the story of Will Sawyer (played by Dwayne ‘The...

FILM REVIEW: THE FIRST PURGE (15) Overall Score

FILM REVIEW: THE FIRST PURGE (15)

Here it is – my review of The First Purge. Not the very first The Purge, but The First Purge. Erm… not 2013’s The Purge,...

FILM REVIEW: SICARIO 2 – SOLDADO (15) Overall Score

FILM REVIEW: SICARIO 2 – SOLDADO (15)

Although this won’t be my top film of this year – like the original was my Film of the Year for 2015 – it could...

FILM REVIEW: ADRIFT (12A)

FILM REVIEW: ADRIFT (12A)

This rather tepid romance-drama is (kinda) saved from a nice...

FILM REVIEW: TAG (15)

FILM REVIEW: TAG (15)

Inspired by true events. No, Seriously! Tag is the American...

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