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February 2012

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Welcome to your February edition of ‘The Hampton Viewer’

Can you believe it’s February already - wherever did January go to! However, I hope 2012 started well for you and continues with all good things. I know we are just getting over Christmas, but you may be aware the February half term is just a few weeks away. Although it’s cold outside, there are lots of great things to do with the children - either warm indoors or wrapped up outdoors! Please see page 36 and 37 for some great ideas. Have Fun!

Contents Page Business Feature 30 Hampton Community Church

10 16 18/24 22 28 32

Regular Articles Recipe: Chicken Goulash Beauty: Fresh Faced The Whinge: A Rush of Water Motor Review: Going Green The Night Sky Book Review: First Love February

Local Information 8 Local Information 19-21 Your Local Trades 36/37 Your Local & Library Events Puzzles 6 Children’s Puzzle Page 8/26 Adults Puzzle Page/Sudoku

As always, I hope you find this months articles of interest and if you have any suggestions, ideas or comments that you would like to make about the magazine, then please drop us a line on, or likewise if you would like to advertise with ‘The Hampton Viewer’ or our sister magazine ‘The Viewer’.

Book Review: First Love February See page 32

Finally, a huge thank you and hope you all have a great February. Until next month!

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Children’s Activity Farm A traditional farmyard with 28 acres of grass paddocks and play areas

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Half Term Fun with lots of young animals to see - chicks, young piglets, guinea pigs and baby rabbits. Bounce on the Jumping Pillow, have fun water fights with the Gobots! A really fun day out at Pigeons farm!

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Local Information

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Listeners’ best in city concert It’s the piece of music that listeners to Desert Island Discs said they most wanted to take with them if they were ever stranded on a distant shore.

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Accompanied children are admitted free to the concert, where prices are £12.50 and £10.50 (concessions). Tickets are available from the Visitor Destination Centre in Bridge Street, Peterborough (call 01733 452336) and the orchestra website at

And ‘The Lark Ascending’ by Vaughan Williams will be played by violin soloist Amy Littlewood at the City of Peterborough Symphony Orchestra’s Spring Concert at The Voyager Academy, Mountsteven Avenue, Walton, on Sunday, March 25, 3pm. Other music on the programme includes Delius’ Walk in the Paradise Garden and On hearing the first cuckoo in Spring, and will conclude with Beethoven’s No6 Pastoral Symphony.

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The Cherry House Restaurant

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Tel: 01733 571721 125 Church Street, Werrington, Peterborough. PE4 6QF

Opening Hours: Lunchtime: Tuesday - Saturday 12pm to 2pm Evening: Tuesday - Saturday 5.30pm to late Traditional Fresh Italian food made to order! We would like to welcome everyone at Giuliano’s. A family run business with over 20 years experience. BOOK NOW AT GIULIANO’S

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revention is better than cure, and thanks to the extensive range of products on the market - designed specifically to delay and fight the signs of ageing - holding back the years might not be as hard as you’d think. It’s not just about products though, living a healthy lifestyle, eating a diet that’s rich in vitamins A, C and E (found in brightly coloured fruit and vegetables) and omega-3 fatty acids (from fish, nuts and seeds) will boost skin from the inside out. And what’s more, remember to keep smiling - it’s an instant face-lift. After all, as fashion designer Coco Chanel famously said, ‘Nature gives you the face you have at twenty; it is up to you to merit the face you have at fifty.’

In your late 20s and early 30s… It might seem early, but it pays to establish a skin care regime that will aid in the prevention of visible ageing signs in later life. Remember to protect the skin from the sun’s damaging UV rays, by using a specially formulated day cream that is guaranteed to safeguard your skin. Always cleanse, tone, exfoliate (image 1) and moisturise (image 2) to eradicate dull patches and ensure a healthy, youthful glow.

In your late 30s and early 40s… Once you hit your mid thirties you may start to notice the earliest signs of ageing - such


as laughter lines, frown lines or wrinkles around the lips. Use an eye cream (image 3) daily to treat and postpone the onset of fine lines around sensitive areas and select a richly moisturising night cream to keep both face and neck thoroughly nourished. It’s essential at this time in your life to commit to paying real attention to looking after your skin, so as to ensure it looks younger and more youthful in years to come.

In your late 40s and early 50s… Work on any established wrinkles with targeted products for your problem areas (image 4). Active anti-ageing ingredients are a must at this age, so look for products that contain high levels of antioxidants, retinol or peptides to protect your skin from free-radical damage. Brightening ingredients help to boost radiance and will improve the appearance of mature skin. Try both serums and creams to establish which works best for you.

In your late 50s and early 60s… A dull complexion is common in your 60s. Owing to a build-up of dead skin cells due to the skin’s inability to renew itself, the surface can be left looking uneven and lifeless. So regular exfoliation is essential (image 5).

Not only will this reveal fresher looking skin, but you will also be creating the ideal base on which to apply your anti-ageing products, ensuring they are absorbed deep into the layers of your dermis. Though be careful not to scrub or use an exfoliant that is too harsh, as this can damage thinning skin already suffering from a reduction in collagen and elastin fibres.

In your late 60s, early 70s and beyond‌ As skin is much more demanding at this time of life, it can be hard to manage dry skin and the more established signs of ageing. It is essential to build on the routine you have established throughout previous years by continuing to spend time putting back what ageing takes out. Use intensive and targeted antiageing day creams and try face oils at night that will penetrate deep into the skin to provide much needed hydration (image 6).

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The Whinge A Rush of Water to the Hand


ou may have seen a story in the national press concerning a woman who found her wedding ring after 16 years when it was growing on a carrot. It reminded me of a similar event that once happened to me: My wife and I were fed up with the ineffective dribble that was being produced by the mixertap shower. My wife “had been thinking” – those 3 little words that every man dreads to hear. So I was tasked with installing an electric shower to improve the performance. For the uninitiated this involved a considerable amount of work; I had an electrician to do the necessary wiring but the plumbing was down to me. This means taking a pipe off the rising main to feed the shower, this is the main pipe that brings water into the house and then throughout most of the cold water systems – depending on the age of the existing plumbing. I’d located the best place for me to take a feed – in the airing cupboard next to the bathroom. In order to speed things up I constructed all the pipe work from the shower fitting through to the airing cupboard, the only thing left to do was to cut the rising main and fit the shower pipe which shouldn’t take too long. All the fittings and tools were ready and laid out on top of the cistern. I’d turned off the mains water valve and opened a tap to make sure the mains was off. Just a few things to finish off before I was ready to do the cut – check and check again just to be on the safe side. This is a lesson that most diy-ers learn fairly early on; there are many tales of making the cut only to realise that you’ve measured the inside and needed to fit on the outside or gluing everything together only to find the construction won’t fit through the front door.


Whilst doing my final checks my wife called up “there’s no water in the tap, I want to make a cup of tea” “OK, just switch the tap on under the sink, fill the kettle and turn the tap off again” I replied. “Have you finished?” “Yes.” “You’ve turned the tap off?” “Yes.” By now you know where this is going: lesson 2 – check it yourself, just in case. I made the cut in the rising main only to release a jet of spurting water. What was going on, the valve was closed, water can’t be coming this quickly from just what remained in the pipe? Instinct took over and I stuck my finger in the spume like a modern day little Dutch boy. We all remember that story, but I now have my doubts that it was ever true, because I can tell you that water is cold, very, very cold. Barely seconds passed before my finger was getting too cold for me to bear it. I shouted for assistance from my wife who rushed up the stairs to my aid. “Get me the connector from the cistern, quickly. There’s a connector and some nuts and olives.” She brought them with all haste and I started to fit them urgently. But you know what it’s like when you try to do things in a hurry, it doesn’t always go smoothly. Things don’t quite fit properly and I’m getting soaked by the spewing fountain, the airing cupboard is becoming very wet and I just can’t get this *@!£$ing olive to fit. Why won’t it fit, what is going on. I know it should be a tight fit but it seems to be just a millimetre too small. It will sit on top of the pipe but I can’t get it to slide onto it. Cont’d … page 24

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HERE are some eco-warriors out there who believe the humble automobile is the devil on wheels. But in recent years car manufacturers have worked hard to change the car’s planet killing image with hybrids, electric vehicles and fuel-sipping eco models like VW’s Bluemotion range.

But what if you can’t afford a new car and still want to go green? Well, fortunately there are ways you can cut your carbon footprint – and it doesn’t have to mean walking! Simply thinking about how and when you use your car, the products you use and the way you look after your vehicle can make a real difference. Planning trips to coincide with one another, not going out especially to buy fuel, and sharing a commute can all help. But it’s not just about how and when you use your motor – just as important is the way it’s looked after. Here are our practical tips to make car ownership greener. CHANGE YOUR STYLE No one likes to be told how to drive – but if there’s one guaranteed way of slashing your CO2 output it’s by changing your driving habits. Avoid harsh acceleration and braking, drive with the windows up to avoid drag and remove any unused extras such as roof racks. Stick to the speed limits and change up at the most economical point – roughly 2,500rpm for petrols and 2,000rpm for diesels. Think about switching off the engine if you’re going to be stationary for more than two minutes. IN A LATHER A clean car might be a pretty car, but do you need to do it every week? If you really must spruce it up, use a bucket and sponge instead of a hose to save water or cut it out completely with a waterless cleaning agent like Miracle Drywash which lifts dirt with a cloth. SPRING CLEAN Carrying around your golf clubs and a set of tools can seriously inflate your fuel consumption – 100kg of unnecessary extra weight can increase it by as much as six per cent. Have a clean out of any unneeded kit in your car and stash it away in your garage instead.


CHECK IT OUT When your car is serviced regularly it’s not only less likely to break down, but it’ll be more environmentally friendly too. Good quality oil, fresh spark plugs and air filters are all essential – neglect any and your fuel consumption will be worse and your carbon footprint higher. PLAN AHEAD Using sat nav is not only a great way to make motoring less stressful, but it’s green too! By avoiding getting lost and taking the most direct route to your destination you’ll cut fuel bills. Use one with traffic jam detecting capability and you’ll cut CO2 even more. HOME ALONE By servicing your car at home you can ensure all parts used are recycled. Fluids, such as waste oil and antifreeze, should be taken to a specific recycling centre. Starter motors, alternators and some bulbs can also be recycled. Check tyre pressures as part of the service, and periodically in between – correctly inflated rubber saves fuel. AT YOUR SERVICE Even things as simple as insurance, breakdown cover & vehicle inspections can be green. The Environmental Transport Association provides all of them in a carbon neutral way. GREEN OPTION Try a fuel saving tyre – such as the Michelin Energy or Firestone Fuel Saver – which claim to reduce fuel consumption by adding silica to their compounds. You could try ‘green’ cleaning products, like the Car Plan EcoCar range which offers a host of environmentally-friendly products derived from vegetable & plant extracts. By James Baggott, editor of Car Dealer Magazine (

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The Whinge A Rush of Water to the Hand …. Cont’d from page 18

A few more choice phrases before I decide that the olive needs closer inspection, I don’t have any spares to hand because they are all in the garage. Why would I need spares anyway I’d got everything ready and it all seemed to be ok. So maybe the pipe’s got a dint in it when I cut it and I might need to cut it again.

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Of course when I checked the olive I found that it was actually quite lucky that it didn’t fit because if it had it would have ended up being the most expensive olive ever and my wedding ring would have ended up being a piece of cheep brass! The post trauma enquiry revealed that my wife had turned off the kitchen tap after filling the kettle, but not the valve under the sink and I had taken off my wedding ring and placed it on the cistern for safe keeping. Obviously my wife had followed the exact instructions that I gave her: she filled the kettle and then turned off the tap and later brought me everything she found on the cistern. My wife learned what an olive is, but I learned lesson 3 for diy-ers that day: be very explicit and precise when giving instructions because if there is any room for misunderstanding if will be exploited. © 2012 Stephen Farringdon Http://

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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 34

QUICK CROSSWORD Across 1 Mail (4) 3 Smallest in length (8) 9 Rested (7) 10 Line of people (5) 11 To do with sums (12) 14 Early morning moisture (3) 16 Very angry (5) 17 Neckwear (3) 18 Despite (12) 21 Deal with (5) 22 Washing (7) 23 Interfering (8) 24 Enquires (4) Down 1 Egyptian structures (8) 2 Divide (5) 4 Tool for carrying bricks (3) 5 Specific needs (12) 6 Graceful (7) 7 Long walk (4) 8 Still being tested (12) 12 Modify (5) 13 Letters or texts (8) 15 Saturday and Sunday (7) 19 Leaves (5)









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In The Night Sky #11


elcome stargazers. This month I have 2 images for you to ponder, so I need to keep the words short. The first is at 0330 on the morning of Feb 13th and shows Saturn above the Moon almost at the same level as Spica in Virgo. The apparent magnitude of Saturn will be about 0.52 which is very similar to Betelgeuse in Orion and brighter than Spica. Mars is also visible with an apparent magnitude of -0.86. The second image is with the centre southwest and shows Jupiter, Venus and the Moon all very close together at 1930 on Feb 25th. During January you will have been able to see Venus for an hour or so after sunset and also, by turning yourself anticlockwise a little also Jupiter, but this is the closest you will have been able to see them together. With the Moon just in its fourth day it means it will not detract from your vision of these two planets.

If you now face due east at about the same height above the horizon as the Moon and Venus you will see Mars with an apparent magnitude of -1.14. It’s not as bright as Jupiter (-2.19) or Venus (-4.19) but is slightly less bright than the brightest star, Sirius in Canis Major with an apparent magnitude of -1.47. Magnitudes are derived from the ancient Greek system of classification according to 6 degrees of brightness, with 1 being the brightest and 6 the faintest. This system has remained in place but has been adjusted in modern times. Venus with an apparent magnitude of -4.19 is the brightest object in the night sky (apart from the Moon), Jupiter second brightest & so on. Happy watching! The Nightwatchman Š 2012 Stephen Farringdon


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Local Information — Local Information — Local Information strated His love to us not with flowers but the ultimate sacrifice, His death on the cross in our place. You are His valentine this year!


reetings from Hampton Community Church. A big thank you to everyone who attended our outdoor carol service over Christmas. Over 300 people attended and many were blessed with hampers, panto tickets and turkey. It was a wonderful fun night and such a joy seeing so many people from the community celebrating the reason for the season, Jesus Christ. We will be aiming to hold this event each year & we hope you will join us again this year. But Christmas is so last year, it is Valentine’s Day that is our highlight in February. The celebration of love. The bible teaches us that only three things will remain Faith, Hope and Love and the greatest of these is love. In fact God says He is love and we can discover His bible is His love letter to us. Not a message of judgement and condemnation but a letter of acceptance and hope. He has demon-


With valentines in mind we have an event coming up on the 14th March at 7:30 called Date Night. This will be held at Maharanis Restaurant in Hampton Hargate. It is aimed at couples and includes a short 30 minute relationship class to provoke conversation followed by a meal in the restaurant. The cost is £20 per couple not including drinks. If you would like to book a ticket please contact the church office on 01733 561691. We continue to meet at 6pm on Sunday Nights at the Hampton Vale Community Centre. We now have a children’s class that takes place at the same time which makes this a great experience for the whole family. We would love you to visit us.

Much love, Pastor Jon Featherstone

Jermiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”


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Your Local Events A guide to what’s on in your area February Sue Ryder - Thorpe Hall February might be famous for Valentine’s Day and Pancake Day but Sue Ryder has taken over and re-named it Febru-hairy and we want YOU to get involved raising money for Sue Ryder Care. Call 330060 for details. February Half Term Pigeon Farm, Wisbech Road, Thorney. PE6 0TD Half Term Fun with lots of baby animals to see. For more details Tel. 271020 4th February Sacrewell Farm Craft & Gift Fair is a fantastic opportunity to stock up on some fantastic presents, gourmet delights and tasty treats. Barn doors open at 10am and it’s free entry. For further information contact Ruth on 07876 543537 or

15th February @ 2.30pm and 6.30pm Stamford Corn Exchange Jimmy Cricket's Family Comedy Show. Fantastic value for a tenner - Kids go Free. This is a fundraising event in aid of Anna’s Hope. This Charity raises money for children & young people with brain tumours. For further information call 01780 766455 8th March The Cresset Theatre The Moscow State Circus brings it’s latest and most spectacular show to date to the UK with this sensational extravaganza Babushkin Sekret. For more information tel. 265705 16th March The Cresset Theatre ‘Thank you for the music’ the UK’s No 1 Abba Tribute Concert Show. Call 265705 to book.

9th February Pigeon Farm, Wisbech Road, Thorney. PE6 0TD Table Top Sale - must be pre-booked. Tel 271020

17th & 18th March East of England Showground Shire Horse Spring Show. For more information call 234451

11th to 19th @ 9.30am to 5pm Sacrewell Farm, Thornhaugh Discover the wonderful world of wildlife at Sacrewell Farm. For details see page 31 or call 01780 782254.

18th March Nene valley Railway Thomas’ Mother’s Day - mum drives Thomas up to the tunnel mouth and back. Booking required. Tel. 01780 784444 for more info.

13th to 17th February Flag Fen Archaeological Park, Northy Road Ancient technologies themed week where you can see live demonstrations, try crafts yourself, do more in-depth workshops with our ancient experts. For details call 0844 414 0646

26th to 31st March The cresset Theatre Peterborough Operatic & Dramatic Society present Hot Mikado at the Cresset. Nominated for an Olivier Award for best musical. For box office call tel. 265705

14th February @ 10am to 12 noon Ferry Meadows Kite Making - Learn how to make a kite using everyday materials with Ranger Rachel Storey and then try and fly it on the meadows. We meet at visitor centre and is suitable for ages 3+. Call 234193 for details


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Your Local Library Times & Regular Events Hampton Library Opening Times: Monday: Closed Tues. & Wed: 9.30 - 1.30pm Thurs. & Fri: 1.30am - 6.00pm Saturday: 9.30am - 1.30pm

Regular Events: Rhymetime Tuesdays at 10.15am- 10.45am Storytime Fridays 2.30pm - 3pm Codex Junior Reading Groups Ages 6-12 years Meet monthly for fun and games based on your favourite books various dates. Beginners’ Computers Tuesdays 11am - 12.30pm Everything you need to know to use a computer, email and surf the web. Adult Reading Groups - Hampton Book Buddies Share your views and discuss books and authors. Meet monthly various dates. If you are interested please talk to a member of staff or call 01733 864538 Silver Surfers Drop in to find out more or call us! For Hampton Library call 01733 864538 or email

Whats on this February Reading groups for everyone! If you enjoy reading and want to meet with other people to discuss your love of books and widen your book choices then give one of our reading groups a try. A great way to meet new friends whilst doing what you love! Please see a member of staff for further details or phone us on 01733 864538

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Please mention The Hampton Viewer when responding to adverts


INDEX of Advertisers Accounting Services City Accountants TaxAssist Accountants

31 27

Aerials & Satellites Ace TV Aerial & Satellite


Blinds Blinds in Harmony Sunline Blinds

12 25

Bridal/Prom/Evening Wear Fusion 33 33 Rhema by Design Carpet & Flooring AHF 3 Hampton Carpets & Flooring 30 Universal Carpets & Flooring 25 Xpert Flooring 12 Children Activities/Leisure Sacrewell Farm Pigeon Activity Farm Churches Hampton Comm. Church Cleaning Services Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Peterborough Robertson Cleaning Stainbusters Complete Xpert Clean Xpert Window Clean Computers Services Computer Man Progressive Computing

5 13 13

Insurance Brokers HR Insurance Services


Kitchens and Bathrooms Paul Cavender Kit & Baths Bliss Bathrooms

Electrician MM Electrical Services SCN Electrics Ltd

19 24

39 21

Motor Services Broadway Garage Express Autocare Longthorpe Garage PNP Autofix

Farm Shops Caves Pet & Farm Shop

23 14 2 39


Fashion Fusion Rhema by Design

33 33

Financial Services aa Chartered Acc.

Pet Services Caves Pet & Farm Shop Little Acre Kennels & Cattery

34 7


Furniture AHF Peterborough Recliner

Plumbing & Heating Excel Gas Services


1 29

Private Tuition John Barratt Mathematics


Property Maintenance B. Rollings Decorating Chris Ireson Painter & Dec. Green-Wheel Carpentry Oakdale Decorators

19 21 19 19

Property Management Comptons Property


Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs Cherry House Restaurant Giuliano’s Restaurant Lakeside Café Riva The Haycock Hotel

11 11 9 11 9 23

Garage Doors Ridgeway



Garden Nurseries & Serv. Scenic Gardens Wyndham Landscapes

29 29


General Maintenance The Hampton Handyman


7 7

34 19 25 13 31 5

Craft & Haberdashery Art & Stitch Pondskipper Crafts

34 35

Cycles Cycle Surgery


Dance & Exercise Classes Jazzercise

Domestic Services Denise’s Cleaning Services Hampton Iron Maiden WBCS Domestic Cleaners

Gifts and Experiences Flying Lessons - FlyCB


Glaziers RA Baker


Hair & Beauty Root 66 Hair & Beauty Sam Roberts Hair The Tanning Lounge

33 17 33

Solar Energy Solar Creations

Health, Fitness & Lifestyle Jazzercise One Leisure

Take-aways UK Pizza & Kebab


17 27

Taxis White Knight Cars Ltd.


Tilers & Tiles Supply K. Owen Ceramics & Stone Ian Coupland Ceramics


Advertising and Distribution Distribution: The Hampton Viewer is delivered directly into the homes and businesses of THE HAMPTONS.

To Advertise: Please call or email Ellie Melillo - 01733 330658/ The Viewer, 17 Sebrights Way, South Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 9BT



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

PNP AUTOFIX Established garage located in Woodston

Servicing, Repairs, Welding, recovery and Diagnostics

No Call Out Charge

Cars & Light Commercials

Over 30 Years Experience


Call Mick on:

Tel: 01733 263605 or 07790860323

60% Lower labour rates than most main dealers 30% Lower labour rates than most other garages • MOT for £35 when combined

with full service • Full service £40 plus parts • Cambelts fitted from £15 • Free anti-freeze check • Free local collection and delivery of your vehicle • 10%

discount for parts and labour with this advert

All offers are for a limited time only & subject to terms and conditions

No Call Out Charge

5 Wareley Road (off George St.), Woodston, Peterborough. PE2 9PF

Call us on 01733 560058 / 07935936434 Email: Please mention The Hampton Viewer when responding to adverts



The Hampton Viewer Peterborough February 2012  

The Hampton Viewer Peterborough February 2012 The Hamptons

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