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December 2013

Your local guide to local businesses

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The Independent Business Directory for the residents in The Ortons, Alwalton, Stanground, Fletton & Woodston


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Welcome to the Christmas edition of ‘The Viewer’ I think I must’ve blinked for a moment, where has this year gone? Wouldn’t it be lovely if life had a ‘pause’ button that we could press every now and again just so that we can all catch up with ourselves…. and in my case, make the most of the beautiful sunny days! I wonder how many of you have already done your Chri stmas shopping, and wrapped it all? I’m usually a last minute person when it comes to gift buying, but I must confess that this year I’ve been a little more organised and dare I say it; I actually bought my first Christmas present in October! I stumbled across the unusual gift whilst shopping in a local independent retailer. You might just find some inspiration for that unusual gift you’re looking for within these pages. It’s still a tough economic climate, and it’s so important to spend your money wisely and locally, to help us all through challenging times. Before I sign off, I’d like to thank everyone for their support over the past year and wish you all a very peaceful, happy Christmas and I hope that 2014 brings everything that you’re hoping for. Until next time!

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Contents Page Business Feature 15 17 20 24 49 52

Nene Park Academy Family Action LighterLife Sole Serenity Cromwell Associates:Asbestos Removal Vivacity - Sports and Leisure

Regular Articles 8 18/19 22 28 30 42 46 54 56

Recipe: Ginger Christmas Puddings Beauty: Perfect Peepers Gardening: Fruit Planting Finance: Sneaky Ways to Save Humour: The University of Life Pet Tips: Tips for the Winter Weather Book Review: Cold Enough for Snow Travel: Colourful Grenada Monthly Horoscopes

Local Information 12/36 31-35 38/50 58/59 60/61

Local Information Your local Trades Local Information Contact Nos./Christmas Postal Dates Your Local & Library Events

Puzzles 16 Children’s Puzzle Page 21/29 Word Search / Spot the Difference 41/44 Fun Quiz /Puzzle Page / Sudoku Special Feature 40 Top tips for a Christmas Party?

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Whilst every care is taken to ensure accuracy, the publisher cannot accept responsibility for loss, damage or omission caused by error in the printing of an advert. All artwork is accepted on the strict condition that permission has been given for use in the publication. Adverts are accepted on the understanding that descriptions of goods and services are fair and accurate. The Viewer does not officially endorse any advertising material included within this publication. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in any form, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise - without the prior consent of the publisher.


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01733 320822 Email: Vist our Showroom at: 1200 Lincoln Road,Werrington, Peterborough. PE4 6LA

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New Shop NOW OPEN at Unit 7 Falcon Way, Eagle Business Park, Yaxley, Peterborough. PE7 3GR Tel: 01733 245451 Come along and see what great products and cake making ideas we have in store for you! See our website


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Peterborough & Cambridgeshire HomeCare Established for over 10 years

Care Assistants Required

The Viewer Hand delivered to over 10,000 homes in the Ortons, Alwalton, Stanground, Fletton & Woodston over a two month period.

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If you have the qualities to make an excellent care assistant looking after people in their own homes we would like to hear from you. To request a job description and application form call

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Local Information

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£50 challenge East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices


our challenge, should you wish to accept it, is to make as much money as possible for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) starting with just £50. Individuals, businesses and community groups across Cambridgeshire are being encouraged to sign-up to the £50 Challenge which will see them handed a £50 note by the charity. Participants will then be given three months to invest the £50 in fundraising initiatives to generate the highest possible amount for EACH. The challenge will run upto 31st January. The £50 can be invested in any legal and safe fundraising initiatives and is a great way to have fun, challenge yourself, inspire creativity and if taking part as a group or business, a great opportunity to build up team spirit. As part of the initiative, a minimum of £50 has to be raised within the agreed time or the initial £50 returned to the charity. To find out more visit:

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EACH provides care and support to lifethreatened children and their families in East Anglia and relies on voluntary donations from the public for the majority of its income. The £50 challenge will be a great way to raise much-needed funds. Participants will be given a £50 Challenge fundraising pack includes a fundraising agreement which will need to be signed, an A-Z of fundraising ideas, EACH balloons, posters, collection boxes, and most importantly a £50 note. Everyone who completes the challenge will receive a certificate acknowledging the amount they’ve raised & have their achievement celebrated on the EACH Website: Denise Fenn, EACH Cambridgeshire Partnerships Manager, said: “We’re really excited about the launch of our £50 Challenge which we’re confident will be a great success. Not only will it raise much-needed funds to support the work of our charity, but it’ll also be great fun for all those taking part.

“We’re looking forward to hearing about the many weird and wonderful ways participants will use their £50 and hope it inspires healthy competition between family, friends and colleagues to raise as much money as possible.” 12

"Hurry" Pre Christmas Deliveries still available

Phorpres Close, Cygnet Park, Hampton, Peterborough. PE7 8FZ (Behind Dobbies Garden Centre)

Tel: 01733 891568 ALSO STORES IN Bourne, Spalding and Stamford


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Nene Park Academy receives prestigious Quality Mark for PE and Sport


ene Park Academy has become the first school in Peterborough, and only the second school in Cambridgeshire, to achieve a distinction in the Quality Mark for Physical Education and Sport Award. The mark is awarded by the Association for Physical Education (AfPE). The prestigious accreditation demonstrates the Academy’s excellence in the delivery and support of Physical Education and Sports. The award was best owed upon the academy after a rigorous accreditation process which saw the Academy’s provision assessed in a number of key areas.

Kevin Ainslie, Assistant Principal and Director of Sport at Nene Park Academy, was delighted to receive the award and commented: “To achieve a distinction in the award was important to us as it symbolises the effort and hard work that the whole PE Department has put into developing the opportunities and provisions that are available to our students in the PE and Sports department."

alongside a number of other accreditations that the Academy has achieved such as, the Arts Mark Gold Award and Specialist Leaders of Education.

Steve Howard, Principal of Nene Park Academy, added: “We are extremely proud of our PE department and sports culture as a whole. This award shows how ambitious we are here at Nene Park Academy to constantly strive for excellence in all that we do, including PE and sports, and it further exemplifies our ties with Peterborough United Football Club.” The Academy recently moved into a new £15 million new building which features purpose built science laboratories and fully equipped IT and digital media studios, all of which enhance the teaching and learning provision at the school. There is also a brand new third generation football pitch and a fully-equipped, state-of-the-art gym which are all used by the POSH Academy, students and the community as a whole.

The Academy is now working with seven primary schools in the city to support them in the delivery of their physical education and sports activities. This latest award sits

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Local artist volunteers his time to help new pre-school Local artist has kindly painted a mural as a gift to the children at Family Action’s latest pre-school, Stanground Sunbeams. Hesham Mohamed has supported Family Action’s work since his arrival in Peterborough from Egypt three years ago. Family Action’s Early Years Manager, Karen Hornsby, commented:

“We are all very grateful to Hesham for giving up so much of his time to help brighten up our new pre-school. The mural depicts well known characters from traditional story books and the children really enjoy spotting all their favourite characters.” Stanground Sunbeams opened on 9th September and is situated in Stanground St John’s Primary School. It currently has spaces for children aged 2, 3 and 4 and can support applications to the Local Authority for funding which is now more widely available for eligible two year olds.

To arrange a visit to the setting or to register a child, parents should contact the pre-school supervisor, Debra Thorpe, on 07950 683 026.

Local artist volunteers his time to help new pre-school. Stanground Sunbeams located at Stanground St. John’s Primary School

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Saturday Hampton Vale Community Centre, Westlake Ave., @ 8.30am & 10.30am Call Scott on 07734 364138

Monday The Way Family Church, Church St, Werrington @ 9.30am, 5.30pm & 7.30pm Call Charlotte on 07809 569694 The Village Hall, Glebe Ave, Orton Waterville @ 5.30pm & 7.30pm Call Debbi on 07904 128094


The Tanning Lounge 30 mins £10 / 60 mins £15 Spray Tan £15 or book 2 for £20

NOW AVAILABLE - Barbers Chair Thursdays & Fridays - No appointment Required

01733 891260 44A High Street, Fletton, Peterborough. PE2 8EL

The Herlington Centre, Orton Malbourne @ 5.30pm & 7.30pm Call Debbi on 07904 128094

Wednesday Belsize Community Centre, Celta Rd, Woodston @ 7.30pm Call Alison on 07851 426886 The Colonel Dane Memorial Hall, 3 Church Street, Alwalton Wed. @ 7.30pm Call Sian on 07823 883625

Thursday Paston & Gunthorpe Community Centre, Hallfields Lane, Gunthorpe @ 9.30am, 4pm, 5.30pm & 7pm Call Alison on 07851 426886 Hampton Vale Community Centre, Westlake Ave., @ 3.30pm, 5.30pm & 7.30pm Scott 07734 364138

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Christmas pressures


h e th er y ou ce l eb rat e Christmas or not, if you live in the UK it’s pretty inescapable from November onwards. Everywhere you turn there are mince pies, stocking-filler, chocs and super-rich treats. It’s little wonder that the average person puts on between 5lb and 10lb between November and January. Even good old Santa Claus is a walking, talking advert for an extra piece of Christmas pudding. Christmas can be a tricky time if you aren’t happy with how you look too. There is extra pressure to dress up and look nice and magazines and TV are full of people laughing in sequins and knocking back wine in tiny black dresses. If you’re struggling with your weight, the festive season can be fraught with hurdles and it can seem impossible to navigate the holidays. Who hasn’t fallen prey to the old refrain, “Ah go on, have another one, it’s Christmas. You can start the diet in the new year!” However, there is help at hand. The LighterLife two-step approach ensures you can enjoy the festive season by using LighterLife Fast two days a week so there’s no great weight gain between now and the New Year. With LighterLife Fast you just fast for any two days and eat and drink what you ordinarily would on the other days. On the fast days you simply replace your usual intake with four LighterLife


Foodpacks which with only around 600 Calories a day help you balance festive eating. And in a way that’s impossible on conventional food in just those 600 calories you are getting 100% nutrition. Step two involves planning and booking your place in a New Year LighterLife weight loss group. There is a plan for everyone. The Total plan is the quickest way to a lighter New Year and a lighter new you. It is designed for those with three or more stone to lose. If you have less weight to lose then LighterLife Lite is for you. So as you negotiate your way through the festive season and know that you have a strategy for preventing further weight gain and that 2014 will be the year you become the person you want to be. Christmas for Angela Capon, a foster carer from Daventry, was always about food. She weighed 18st11lb when she joined LighterLife in 2012 and went on to lose 7st 6lbs in 8 months. “Before LighterLife Christmas was all about food, from big breakfasts, massive dinners, puddings so you can’t move and then alcohol and fizzy drinks”. This all changed after she lost weight. “Last year I enjoyed my turkey and all the trimmings,” she says, Capon adds, “Now, for me, Christmas is about the day, the children and the company.”

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Wendy's Wood, Woodnewton Logs For Sale Logs seasoned mixed hard wood. Full trailer load (10 x 6 ): £140 - Half load: £70 Nets of wood - £4.00 / Kindling £5.50 per net Logs cut to length - On request

Contact Wendy Tel: 01780 470062 / Mobile: 07814224805 Email:

Woods wanted for coppicing

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Sheds, Summerhouse, Log Cabins and much more at our Show Centre. Find us outside at the back of Dobbies Garden World, Hampton, Peterborough. All tree work carried out by qualified Tree Surgeons and Groundsmen. All aspects of landscaping undertaken. Please mention The Viewer when responding to adverts


Sole Serenity is a Reflexology Clinic based in a peaceful location in Orton Wistow. When I first heard about Sole Serenity, I wondered how reflexology really worked. So, I thought I would pay Sole Serenity a visit and have some reflexology treatment, treating myself to the luxury of ‘me-time’. When I arrived at Sole Serenity, I was greeted at the door by Fiona Todd. Fiona runs Sole Serenity and is a clinical reflexologist and trained nurse. As we discussed what the treatment would entail, I knew I was in good hands as everything was explained in full and I was put at ease by Fiona’s friendly, calm and professional manner. The consultation included a medical questionnaire to make sure I was suitable for the treatment. I was then asked to sit in the reclining seat and the treatment commenced. I usually find it very difficult to relax in most situations, but as Fiona was working her wonders, I did gradually feel a deep relaxation and could have dropped off to sleep - if I hadn’t fought it so much. Reflexology is thought to stimulate the body to restore its natural balance which becomes disturbed when we are ill. As a complementary therapy, reflexology may be used with great effect alongside standard medical care.

Reflexologists believe that specific areas of the feet or the hands, called reflexes, relate to specific organs in the body. Using different techniques with the thumbs or fingers, reflexologists apply pressure to reflexes on the feet or hands. It is thought that nerve and blood supply to the actual organs is then stimulated. This may assist with, and speed up, the natural healing process. As this is a holistic therapy, reflexologists are concerned with clients’ physical, emotional and spiritual well-being, which all impact on their health. I thoroughly enjoyed my reflexology session. At the end I felt rested both mentally and physcially and can understand how reflexology can help with stress and some physical illnesses.

If you would like to try Reflexology or to learn more about the benefits reflexology can provide, please call Fiona on 0791 471 9728 or visit 24

HYPNO-SLIMMING Amazing new easy way to lose weight Are you unhappy with your weight Quit smoking Uncomfortable with your size in just 1 hour with hypnosis • Can’t shift that extra weight • Tried all types of diets / No Motivations • •

Free Hypnotic Gastric Band worth £150

Telephone 01733 768839 Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic, 26 Priestgate, Peterborough CityCentre.


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Santosha Yoga Yoga Classes in City Centre, Alwalton and Hampton Hargate All Level of Students Welcome

Drop in prices / courses or class packs offered with concession rates Call Andrea on 01733 244902 for details or

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At Lincolns Care we specialise in providing Domiciliary Care within your own home & Supported Living Services for the following: • The elderly Adults with learning disabilities • Adults with mental health • Adults with physical disabilities • Adults with any other impairments •

We provide support to you or your family member with the following: • Shopping • Personal Care • Fulfilling domestic tasks around the house • Emotional Support & encouraging wellbeing

If you are looking for a quality service please call

Lincolns Care 51 Park Road, Peterborough. PE1 2TH

Tel: 01733 701 276 Email:

• Support with attending community /religious

activities • Support with attending medical appointments • Support with accessing leisure activities or

simply going out for a walk • Support with medication

Services include the following: Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Rug Cleaning Leather & Vinyl Suites Professional Stain Removal Sanitisation, Deodorization & Protective Treatments Anti-allergen Treatments Domestic & Commercial Office 6 The Wheatsheaves, Cleaning Sawtry, Car & Caravan Upholstery Cleaning Huntingdon, Window Cleaning Cambs. PE28 5NG Fire & Flood Work PAT Testing Approved Asbestos Sampler

For a Free Quotation Tel: 01487 831959 Mob: 07958 462550


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Spot 10 Differences

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Your Local Trades Rodney Hall -

Your Local Plasterer

Over 20 years experience - Quality Workmanship

Plasterboarding • Re-skimming • Tacking • Drylining • Rendering • Coving • Painting of Ceilings & Walls •

For a honest, friendly and no obligation advice please call Rodney on

Tel: 01733 761605 / 07788 663 595 or

Specialists in UPVC

Industrial ~ Residential

Trading for 25 years Fensa registered

GEORGE V. HOPE Architectural Services and Building Design

For all your architectural and building design needs Call George Hope on

Tel: 01733 242652

Commercial ~ Industrial

Conservatories, Windows & Doors Porches & Patios Soffits, Fascias & Guttering Minor repairs undertaken


Tel/Fax: 01733 897758 Mob: 07956 246607 40 Fletton Avenue, Fletton, Peterborough. PE2 8AU •

24hr call out No Call Out Charge

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Plumbing Boiler Break Down & Servicing

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Tel: 01733 617317 / 07909 510389

Kevin Judd Painter and Decorator ♦ Tiling

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♦ Slating

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Roofs ♦ New Roofs ♦ Re-roofs

and Maintenance ♦ Chimney Re-pointing & Rebuilds

Call Mark for a FREE ESTIMATE Tel: 01733 344394 / 07795 183654

Domestic Interior & Exterior Decorating 25 years experience No job too big small

Tel: 07947 498 696 92 Watergall, Bretton, Peterboorugh. PE3 8ND

Storm Damage

12 Cerris Road, Dogsthorpe, Peterborough. PE1 4HF

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Your Local Trades


Your Local Trades FASCIAS, SOFFITTS AND GUTTER REPLACEMENT SPECIAL WINTER PROMOTION Full Fascia, Soffitt and Gutter removal, replacement and re-fit in white UPVC using Freefoam products with MANUFACTURE’S 30 YEAR WARRANTY BOOK YOUR FREE SURVEY NOW.

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Plastering Repairs Brickwork Repairs Re-Pointing Slabbing Concreting Stonework Drainage

35 years experience No job too small

Tel: 01733 557307 Mob: 07801 351144

supplied & fitted at only £40 per metre. (Subject to survey, minimum order £700)



For a free quote please contact

SPICK AND SPAN HOMES Tel: 01733 312503 / 07552 420 923 E:

S.H. CARPENTRY Building Maintenance

B Rollings Decorating Friendly Professional & Reliable Please call Simon for a FREE quotation

Residential, Commercial and Industrial • 15 Years Experience / Fully Insured • City & Guilds Qualified • Fast, clean and efficient Call Ben on:

Tel: 01733 231314 Mob: 07825 705794 Email:

All aspects of Carpentry & Building Maintenance

Tel: 01733 245184 Mob: 07921 120376 Email: 76 Main Street, Yaxley, Peterborough. PE7 3LU

PETER HART UPVC Installations and Repairs

Windows / Doors Conservatories Fascias etc. Tel: 01733 270994 / 07841 590 092 CERTASS Registered Company

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Your local Trades LM Carpentry & Joinery Over 20 Years Experience

For all your quality Joinery, Carpentry & Home Improvements. Specialising in Stairs, Doors, Kitchens, Bedrooms & Laminated Floors.

Designed and made to measure to suit your needs

Tel: 01733 348964 / 07885 720080 12 Wright Avenue, Stanground, Peterborough

LOCAL PLASTERING SERVICES Over 30 years experience

Estimate for a 10ft x 10ft room, ceiling and walls only £190.

Call Russell on 314760 or 07751 138 912

MM Electrical Services • Extra Sockets and Lights • T.V. and Phone Points • Immersion & Storage Heaters • Security and Garden Lights • Fault Finding and Repair • All Electrical Work Undertaken

Tel: 247534 or 0800 8 247534 • • • •

Skip Hire Service Property Clearances Sand & Gravel Delivery Turf Delivery


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No Call Out Charge Over 30 Years Experience Call Mick on:

Tel: 01733 807665 or 07790 860323

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Replacement Doors Cost effective make-over Save on the cost of a new kitchen Free no obligation quotation

Specialists in replacement doors & drawers

Tel: 01480 469885 Email: Web:

Thinking of a New Patio?

As Marshalls Register Contractors we are recommended by Marshalls to install their patios and driveways. We supply the UK’s most comprehensive range of driveway and paving products from Marshalls to ensure you receive the driveway or patio of your dreams to suit your style and budget. All professionally installed to your full satisfaction. To ensure a quality job, why not arrange a free quotation.

Tel: 01733 205365 Mobile: 07947 159 113

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Local artist Ruth Robotham’s new exhibition will blow you away!


east your eyes on Rain, Snow 2013, a new exhibition comprising works by local artist Ruth Robotham. The pieces will be displayed in Squire’s Coffee House at Peterborough Museum until 2nd February 2014. Robotham’s impressionistic works explore the changeable nature of the Fenland landscape, evoking the stormy bluster of winter days in the Fens. Her works are available for sale, and would make meaningful and seasonally-appropriate gifts this Christmas. Born in the Potteries, Stoke on Trent, Robotham won a scholarship to the Chelsea School of Art, studying under painter and print-maker Ceri Richards. She then obtained a Rome scholarship to


study for a year in Italy, working at the British School in Rome. The artist has been inspired by the turbulent Norfolk coast. The vast expanse of yellow beaches and stormy skies give space a special quality. The influence of J. M. W. Turner is very much evident, and Robotham’s unique explosive style breathes life and energy into the landscapes, bringing the tempestuous exterior into the cosy interior of Squire’s.

Squire’s Coffee House is open at normal Museum opening times. For more information, call Peterborough Museum on 01733 864663, email or visit


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variety of styles and finishes ♦ New Contemporary range of Sliding

Wardrobes - a variety of finishes. ♦ Interiors made to your own requirements ♦ Fully Fitted or Supply Only if Required

Contact Paul Roberts on

01733 252437 or visit our website

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Team 'Safe Local Trades' has raised £6,400 for Age UK Peterborough!


uring September and October each year, Peterborough based Safe Local Trades organise fund-raising events for their chosen charity Age UK Peterborough. This year there were three types of events - a Firewalk on the 19th September, the Great Eastern Fun Run on 13th October and several charity skydives in between. All events were an overall success and the organiser, Eileen Le Voi, owner of Safe Local Trades, said “we would like to thank each and every volunteer who took part, and to everyone who sponsored them in their events, all of which helped to raise an amazing £6,400 for this very worthy local charity". Eileen went on to say "it is a privilege to raise funds for Age UK Peterborough – funds which help them to continue to deliver vital services to an ever

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growing population of older people in Peterborough." David Bache, CEO of Age UK Peterborough, said “we at Age UK Peterborough are truly indebted to Eileen and her team of volunteers who have worked so hard and risked life and limb, to raise such an incredible amount of money. Over the past few years, Safe Local Trades have helped raise over £18,500 - no other local company has ever raised this amount for our charity and we are eternally grateful". provides free access to highly recommended, vetted and approved local tradesmen. Tel: 0800 014 1832

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Peterborough based we specialise in none/semi Religious services at crematoriums and cemeteries throughout the East of England. We provide an alternative form of service that is meaningful and appropriate to those that may have had little or no religious views. We work alongside with your choice of Funeral Director to ensure that the funeral service content is to your satisfaction and reflects the life and character of the deceased. On the day of the funeral our celebrant will, together with your funeral director guide you through the service.

Here at Compton, McGill & Bly our colleagues are here to help you and your family during this sad and difficult time. Please contact us to discuss your individual requirements. Email: Phone 07802 402170 ~

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Monthly Pet Tips! Tips for the Winter Weather


hi l e s o me pe t s see m unaffected by the cold winter months, certain breeds/ species and older pets often need a little extra care and attention at this time of year. Below are a few tips to help keep your pet safe and comfortable this winter. Refresh outside water bowls frequently during cold snaps.


Always walk dogs on the lead when near water during periods of low temperatures. Ice does not always freeze evenly leaving weak spots in what may appear a solid surface. Even once temperatures rise, ice takes longer to defrost on larger expanses of water, while snow can mask the water’s edge. Float a large ball in your pond so if the water freezes you can remove it and ensure your fish get enough oxygen. Dog coats are readily available in a wide variety of sizes, colours, styles and prices. This can make a dog that becomes resistant to being walked in the cold, enthusiastic again. Owners of mice, guinea pigs etc... as well as birds, should consider covering cages with a warm blanket over night to retain heat. Reflective/LED collars and accessories are also readily available and can provide peace of mind when walking dogs off the lead in poorly lit areas or for locating the family cat that does not want to come in at night and is hiding in the garden. Increase ambient temperature in reptile tanks or move away from windows and doors.


Outside guinea pigs should be moved indoors for the winter months and you may want to consider moving outside rabbits into sheds or garages, plus you should always increase the amount of hay in your rabbits bedding area during winter. You can prevent water bottles from freezing by purchasing Specially designed protective covers, however you should still inspect the spout daily for blockages. Gritted paths and roads can cause contact allergies and make animals ill if the grit is consumed, so if you know your pet comes into contact with grit you should ensure you bathe their paws or protect them against contact using paw covers/boots. Keep antifreeze well out of your pets reach as it tastes delicious to them, but is deadly. Owners of chickens should check water is available and not frozen frequently, as well as increase the amount of bedding available. Reduce any drafts in the coop and if your chicken coop is portable move it to a sunny spot to get the day time sun over winter. Like other hutched animals chickens will also benefit from having their coop covered with a blanket or piece of carpet.

We are located on the A1073 between Eye & Crowland

01733 810888 We do all our own breeding of Rabbits, Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas.

Get your name out there and advertise with ‘The Viewer’ or ‘The Hampton Viewer’ for as little as £16 per month! To find out more call Ellie on

Hamsters, lovely fluffy Bunny Rabbits and squeaky Guinea Pigs all waiting for lots of cuddles. We also stock lovely runs and houses, feeds, hay / straw, bowls, sawdust, treats, toys. Every need catered for.

01733 330658

Dog, Cat, Chicken, Parrot, Bird, Wild Bird and Horse feed also available.

or email:

Why not come and have a look!

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PUZZLES Sudoku To solve this SU-DOKU puzzle, just complete the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1-9 only once. You need to solve this using logic not guesswork. Answers on page 58

QUICK CROSSWORD Across 1 3 9 10 11 14 16 17 18 21 22 23 24



Harbour (4) Precious stones (8) Implement (7) Concur (5) 9 Produced (12) Short sleep (3) Coarse (5) Pronoun (3) 11 Despite (12) Modify (5) Design (7) Daily (8) Musical instrument (4) 14





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Imagining (8) Wash (5) Frozen water (3) Sizes (12) CrĂŠche (7) Vomit (4) Adequately (12) Enumerate (5) Pest (8) Make ready (7) All (5) Imitation (4) Vegetable (3)



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Book Review


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How to Dispose of Asbestos


sbestos is a natural mineral that is found inside rocks. The rocks are open mined in various countries but not in the United Kingdom. However, after the war we had a major rebuilding program and there was a requirement for an economic building material. Asbestos was seen as the wonder material of the time and over 9 million tons was imported into Britain. Asbestos was added to various building products like cement, plastic and fabric to name a few. This resulted in asbestos being used in over 3000 items. It is believed that with the addition of cement there was, at one time, about 20 million tons of asbestos containing materials in the United Kingdom.

kilograms up to multi tons. We will also only charge for the weight disposed at a price per kilogram. See our advert for more information. Remember that when you have disposed of your asbestos you must be able to prove to the Environment Agency that you have carried out the disposal safely. This is achieved by obtaining a Consignment Note from the place of disposal. This is a legal document that you must retain for seven years and if asked you must produce it.

Should you have any questions regarding the disposal of your asbestos then please contact us we do not charge for advice! Since the 1980’s there has been a lot of asbestos removal and estimates now put the remaining levels at about 5 million tons. The question for the average person in the street is “how can I dispose of my asbestos?� The commercial sites can charge up to 2 tons for small amounts and some will not even entertain domestic clients on their site. Councils, whilst allowing disposal will only let you bring in certain amounts during the year. At Cromwell Associates we have devised a new system whereby a domestic or commercial client can visit our site and dispose of any quantity from as little as 5

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Aladdin Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre The show dates are as follows: Saturday 28th December - 2pm & 7pm Sunday 29th December - 2pm Monday 30th December - 2pm & 7pm Tuesday 31st December - 2pm

Wednesday 1st January - 4pm

Tickets are now on Sale at the Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre.

Please call 01780 766455 or book tickets online at

DECEMBER BULLETIN FROM CAMBRIDGESHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE IT is the time of year when we’re enjoying a tipple with friends, cooking heaps of delicious food and decking the halls. The fire service has these messages to make sure your festive cheer doesn’t go up in smoke:

• Kitchens are a fire hotspot, so take care while cooking your Christmas dinner. Never leave cooking unattended and turn off appliances when not in use.

• Switch off fairy lights and unplug them before you go to bed or leave the house. Make sure they confirm to the British Standard and never overload plug sockets.

• Be careful when drinking alcohol while smoking or cooking. • Finally, make sure you have a working smoke alarm which is correctly fitted and works. And NEVER take the batteries out to power presents! Like our fan page on Facebook:, follow us on Twitter @cambsfrs.

To find out if you are eligible for a free home fire safety check, call 0800 917 99 94. 50

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Two new Vivacity gyms to help you get slim and trim for Christmas If you’re looking for local state-of-the-art fitness facilities in a relaxing environment, take a look at our TWO Vivacity health and fitness centres. Hampton Leisure Centre – recently opened – boasts a bright open-plan gym, a fitness and exercise studio and a fantastic range of both indoor and outdoor facilities, including a multipurpose sports hall, three football pitches, a tennis/netball court and a cricket wicket. The centre also houses the new Hampton Library with access to over 11,000 books, e-books, CDs and DVDs as well as six new public-access computers, free online resources and wi-fi access. Membership costs from just £5* per week, and includes access to five Vivacity leisure centres in Peterborough, three pools (including the Lido during the summer months) and up to 125 exercise classes a week across the network.

Vivacity Premier Fitness, Hampton’s first premium gym, opens on 1st February 2014, and will feature a 25m swimming pool, sauna and steam room and a 150 station state-of-the-art fitness suite with SmartCentre® technology. The centre will also have three dance, exercise and spin studios, four physio and beauty therapy rooms and an onsite café. Sports massage, a wide range of over 80 fitness classes and a whole host of beauty treatments will also be available. 52

Membership costs from just £6.15* per week and includes access to ALL six Vivacity leisure centres, four pools (including the Lido in the summer months) and up to 200 fitness classes per week across the network.

December special offer Sign up now and you can benefit from Vivacity’s no-fee-increase-for-life* offer. PLUS the first 100 customers to sign up to Vivacity Premier Fitness in December will get ONE MONTH FREE!* Membership also includes a personalised fitness programme and 10% off all Radiance beauty treatments. Non-members can use any of the facilities as pay-and-play.

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For December 2013 - By Astrologer Christine Chalklin SAGITTARIUS NOV. 23 - DEC. 21 The powerful new moon in your sign on the 3rd puts the focus on transformational new beginnings. Pivotal Mars in Libra after the 8th ensures that artistic talent and creativity can come to the forefront. Renewed energy and confidence help you to be assertive and direct about getting what you desire.

CAPRICORN DEC. 22 - JAN. 20 Assertive Mars moves into harmonious Libra on the 8th and spotlights the career sector of your chart. You can charm your way to the top and your intuitive powers will be working very well for you. You should also have more energy to pursue a new relationship, or put some energy back into an existing one.

AQUARIUS JAN. 21 - FEB. 18 Travel and faraway places are your main focus after the 8th, as motivational Mars moves into Libra. Any difficult or complicated dealings with others should improve after the Sagittarius new moon on the 3rd. Venus in serious Capricorn indicates that professional matters are also in strong focus.

PISCES FEB. 19 – MARCH 20 Changes in your professional life are in the spotlight during December. The pivotal Sagittarian new moon in your career sector on the 3rd has you feeling rather restless and totally open to new and positive experiences. You’ll feel motivated to open your mind to new and far reaching ideas.

ARIES MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 Energetic Mars, your ruling planet, changes signs on the 8th bringing all relationships and partnerships into focus and adjustments will need to be made. The new moon in Sagittarius on the 3rd highlights a deep need for laying down concrete plans for change and transformation in the New Year.

TAURUS APRIL 21 - MAY 21 Abundant Jupiter in sensitive Cancer brings new and exciting ideas for Taureans this month. New projects that involve other people could well get the go-ahead now. Renewed creativity will be available as motivational Mars moves into artistic Libra on the 8th. The new moon on the 3rd could bring a financial surprise!


GEMINI MAY 22 - JUNE 21 Relationships are high on the agenda this month. With Venus, the love planet, in serious-minded Capricorn you may want a few answers from certain close partnerships. The new moon in Sagittarius on the 3rd suggests significant change and new beginnings, particularly in the love sector of your chart.

CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 22 December’s Sagittarian new moon on the 3rd is very significant and brings lots of inspirational and dynamic energy for you to work with. Work and career matters will be highlighted and it’s very important that you set the pace for whatever needs changing in these areas of your life.

LEO JULY 23 - AUGUST 23 Energetic Mars moves into balanced Libra on the 8th, highlighting the communication area of your chart. Any ideas for new and exciting changes in these areas could now get the go-ahead. The Sagittarian new moon on the 3rd is very important for you, it sets a new agenda and it’s a very strong time for creativity.

VIRGO AUG. 24 - SEPT. 22 Hard working and practical, you can still use the powerful energy of Mars in your sign until the 8th. The move into Libra brings a creative streak and imaginative ideas should be flowing well. Things that aren’t working can benefit from reorganisation. The new moon in Sagittarius on the 3rd focuses on change.

LIBRA SEPT. 23 - OCT. 23 Your ruling planet Venus, is in seriousminded Capricorn and highlights the domestic sector of your chart. Changes to your living arrangements could be on the agenda. The Sagittarian new moon on the 3rd allows you to present your innovative ideas with an abundance of enthusiasm and confidence.

SCORPIO OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 The Sagittarian new moon on the 3rd illuminates the financial sector of your chart, prompting you to check out all monetary matters. This is a pivotal month with lots of powerful energy available. As always stern Saturn demands some restraint, but also allows you to build solid foundations for a positive 2014.

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Puzzle Answers Across: 1 Dock, 3 Diamonds, 9 Execute, 10 Agree, 11 Manufactured, 14 Nap, 16 Crude, 17 You, 18 Nevertheless, 21 Adapt, 22 Pattern, 23 Everyday, 24 Lyre. Down: 1 Dreaming, 2 Clean, 4 Ice, 5 Measurements, 6 Nursery, 7 Spew, 8 Sufficiently, 12 Count, 13 Nuisance, 15 Prepare, 19 Every, 20 Fake, 22 Pea.

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1. Catherine Tate 2. Santa Cruz 3. (Eight) maids-a-milking 4. Drag races 5. Fandabidozi 6. His nose 7. Harry Potter 8. False Wordsearch HIDDEN PHRASE: A good 9. Wimbledon Common 10. Don't expose it to conscience is a continual bright light, don't get it Christmas. wet, don't feed it after Benjamin Franklin midnight

1. The star on the Christmas tree 2. Antler missing 3. Cabinet drawer 4. Clouds on book cover 5. Tie colour 6. Rug pattern changes 7. Glasses 8. Chair leg disappears 9. Red bauble 10. Arm missing

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Useful Contact Numbers Local Services:

Citizens Advice Bureau Thorpe Wood Police Station Tel: 01733 558383 Tel: 101 (01733 563232) Samaritans Peterborough City Council Tel: 01733 312727 Tel: 01733 747474 Child Line Peterborough Central Library Tel: 0800 1111 Tel: 01733 864280 Sue Ryder Fund Raising

Local Doctors: Botolph Bridge Comm. Health Centre. Tel: 774500 Bushfield Health Centre, Orton Goldhay. Tel: 01733 371451

Nene Valley Medical Practice, Orton Goldhay

Post Office Customer Helpline

Tel: 01733 330060

Tel: 0845 7740740

The Co-Op Pharmacy -

Peterborough Tourist Info

Stanground. Tel: 01733 343678

Tel: 01733 452336

Odedra Chemist - Fletton

Anglian Water

Tel: 01733 342081

Tel: 0844 4773919

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Lloyds Pharmacy,

Stanground Surgery,

Stagecoach Viscount

Orton Goldhay Tel: 01733 235026 / 234244

Whittlesey Road. Tel: 01733 568569

Tel: 01733 554575

Halls the Chemist, Orton Wistow

Walk-In City Care Centre / Minor Injuries & Illness Unit

National Rail Enquiries

Peterborough Road, Farcet

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Stagecoach in Peterborough

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Local Chemists:

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Your Local Events A guide to what’s on in your area 7th-8th December, 14th-15th December and 21st-22nd December. Santa Special Trains - Ferry Meadows Enjoy a steam train ride across the Park to visit Santa in his workshop. Presents for children, refreshments for all and a prize draw for accompanying adults. There will also be time to take photos. Tickets available at the Visitor Centre and online at Priced at £8.00 per person and £4.00 for under 1 year olds (this is a ticket only event).

7th December @ 12 noon to 8pm Oundle Christmas Market The beautiful town of Oundle will be holding its Annual Christmas Market selling a fabulous diversity of Christmas food and plenty of great Christmas gifts and ideas. There’ll also be music, carols, Santa’s Grotto, mulled wine and mince pies and plenty of street food. Christmas lights will be turned on at 6pm.

14th December @ 2pm - 4.30pm Peterborough Museum - Traditional Wreath Making Our experienced florist will guide you through the techniques used to make a traditional wreath from a moss ring base. There will be lots of fresh materials including natural foliage, berries and cones to bring your design to life, plus you’ll learn about the history behind these iconic symbols. All materials will be provided but students are asked to bring their own pair of strong scissors or snips. £20 per person.

14th December @ 10.30am to 12pm A Victorian Christmas - Central Library Did you know the Christmas tree only became popular in Victorian times? How would you have celebrated Christmas in the past? Find out how Peterborough celebrated the festive season in the Victorian period by using real newspaper articles and images from over a hundred years ago. Plus, make some Christmas crafts including a Victorian card, tree decorations, cracker and hat! Suitable for ages 8+, children must be accompanied by an adult. £2 per person. For more details call 864280, email or visit


14th December @ 10am to 4pm Christmas Fair Meet at Ferry Meadows Visitors Centre - FREE Get in the festive spirit by coming along to our first ever Christmas Fair in the wonderful natural surroundings of Ferry Meadows Country Park. Booking is essential. Please call the Nene Park Trust on 01733 234193 or e-mail

20th December to 7th January@10am 2.30pm Winter Trail - Ferry Meadows, Cost 50p Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then return to claim your prize. For details call 234193.

21st December @ 1pm Family Film – Ice Age 4: Continental Drift John Clare Theatre, Central Library Chill out for Christmas, with more mayhem from the Ice Age characters! Certificate U. £4 per person, book at your local library.

Monday 23rd December@ 10am to 12pm Make a Christmas Tree Decoration Ferry Meadows Meet at Discovery Den Education Centre Join Park Rangers to make a Christmas Tree decoration from clay which can be taken home to hang on your tree. Booking is essential. Please call the Nene Park Trust on 01733 234193 or e-mail

27th to 29th Dec Peter Pan on Ice The Peterborough Arena - Prepare to be entertained and amazed as Peter Pan on Ice comes to Peterborough Arena. Packed with all your favourite characters, the fantasy story is perfectly recreated in the spectacular adaption on ice. For more details and information on ticket prices visit Whilst every care is taken to ensure details given on this page are correct at time of going to print, please always check with the venue before attending an event.

Your Local Library Times and Regular Events Stanground Library, Lawson Avenue Opening Times: Monday: 2.00 – 6.00 Tuesday & Thursday: 9.30 – 2.00 Wednesday: Closed Friday: 1.00 – 5.00 Saturday: 10.00 – 2.00 Story Time for under 5’s Friday at 3.30pm - 4.00pm. FREE Rhymetime Tuesday at 10.00am to 10.30am Family History Group Ever wondered about your ancestors? If so, please speak to a member of staff . Beginner’s Computer Sessions Thursday 10.30am - 12pm. Computers can be used free of charge upto 1 hour. Reading Group for Adults 2nd Monday of each month 3.30-4.30pm Chat over a good book with good company.

Woodston Library, Orchard Street Opening Times: Mon., Wed. & Fri: 1pm - 5pm Tuesday: Closed Thursday: 9.30am - 2.30pm Saturday: 9.30am - 1.30pm Reading Group for Adults Last Wednesday of each month 3pm to 4pm FREE Story Time for under 5’s Every Friday 3.30pm to - 4pm Rhyme Time Fridays 2.15pm - 2.45pm Silver Surfers for over 50’s Every Thursday 2pm to 3.30pm computers can be used free of charge. Stanground Library: 864302 Woodston Library: 864296 or email

Get competitive this Christmas at Peterborough Central Library If the stresses of Christmas are sapping your festive spirit, come and wind down at Peterborough Central Library’s Big Christmas Quiz Night on 3rd December at 7pm-8.30pm. Whether you’re a film fanatic, sports specialist or literature lover, we will test everything! You’ll need to assemble a trusty team (maximum of 5) to be ready for this battle of brains. If your team are successful, you will be crowned champions and receive a special mystery prize. So, to be in with a chance of winning, come and join us! The quiz costs £3 per person to enter, which also includes light refreshments.You are also welcome to bring your own drinks. Please book in advance by calling Peterborough Library on 01733 864280, email or visit any Peterborough library.

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INDEX of Advertisers Accounting Services TaxAssist Accountants Aerials & Satellites PSV AV TA Baker Architectural Services George V. Hope Scott Whight Architects Asbestos Removal Cromwell Associates Ltd. Beds Fitzgerald’s Bed Centre Blinds / Curtains Blinds in Harmony Made to measure Curtains Robinson Blinds Sunline Blinds Care Services Cross Keys Care Life Line Lincolns Care Peterborough HomeCare Carpet and Flooring Hampton Carpets & Flooring Ian Hitchens Flooring Carpenters LM Carpentry & Joinery S.H. Carpentry Catering / Cake Making Cambs. Sugarcraft Supplies Cleaning Services AK Cleaning Carpet Cleaning Services Computer Services The Computer Man Craft / Haberdashery Art and Stitch Sir Stampalot Cycles Bristows Cycles Day Nurseries / Pre-School Blackberry House Day Nursery Bright Kids Day Nursery Dentist The Yaxley Dental Clinic

Domestic Appliances 29 G.B. Domestics (UK) Domestic Services 31 Excellent House Cleaning 7 WBCS Driving Schools 31 Go Go Go Intensive 35 Education Abacus Turoring 48 City College Peterborough Family Action 13 Nene Park Academy Electricians 37 MM Electrical Services 37 Farm Shops 38 Cave Pet & Farm Shop 7 Florist Pick of the Bunch 51 Funeral Celebrants 25 Compton, Mcgill and Bly 26 Garden Nurseries/Services 11 Fraser Tree Surgeons Phil Brannigan Groundworks 13 Scenic Gardens 38 Tom Smith Garden Design Wyndham Landscapes 34 Wendy’s Wood 33 Greeting Cards Chuckle Monster 9 Hair & Beauty Root 66 /Tanning Lounge 26 Health, Fitness & Lifestyle 63 Ashwood Chiropractic Hypnotherapy Clinic 29 Key Sports Lighterlife 45 Longueville Clinic 7 Santosha Yoga Slimming World 55 Sole Serenity Vivacity Leisure Centre 64 Hot Tubs / Swimming Pools 63 Panache Pools

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The Viewer Peterborough - December 2013  
The Viewer Peterborough - December 2013  

Local community magazine covering the Ortons, Alwalton, Stanground, Fletton and Woodston.