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June 2013

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Hello and Welcome to the May edition of ‘The Hampton Viewer’

Contents Page Business Feature 12 Touch of Healing

Regular Articles We often entertain our teenage children with stories of how life was when we grew up. Their favourite topic is tales of the world without computers and mobi le phones, and of grea t amusement is the thought that the phone wouldn’t fit in your pocket. The first I used which was truly mobile, had a battery pack which was the size and weight of a large shoebox filled with lead, and the first laptop computers were not really portable, as I remember, they were so heavy, at best they were ‘transportable’. It has been said that it was a simpler world then, but having the ability to work from home, to stay in touch with friends and family, to buy online and have it delivered to my door and to find out almost anything I want instantly is fantastic. One other thing I love about the internet is that we can have people working on the magazine and it doesn’t matter where they live. Still there is a limit! We all still need local trades people, gardeners, garages, hairdressers and of course some one to fix our computers when they go wrong. That’s what this magazine is all about, a choice of services in one handy guide and local events for the days when you feel like interacting with the real world rather than just the virtual one! On that note, I wish you all a great month and hope you enjoy reading the June issue. Until next month!

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Beauty: Make the most of your make-up Recipe: Falafel, Pepper & Cheese Salad The Whinge: A Dangling Participle In The Night Sky Motor: New Range Rover Sport Book Review: Making a Song & Dance Monthly Horoscopes

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Local Information Your local Trades Local Information Your Local & Library Events

Puzzles 24 /25 Wordsearch / Fun Quiz 26 Puzzle Page / Sudoku 28 Children’s Puzzle Page

Falafel, Pepper and Goats’ Cheese Salad See page 14

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 Hampton 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. Editor: Ellie Melillo

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Hampton Cricket Club 2013 league season has started well with the first team winning it’s first 2 games. Our overseas Kiwi Simon Bussell came in with 120 off 65 balls so he's settled in nicely to life in Hampton on and off the pitch. The Sunday 1st team also started with a win and the ladies

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are undefeated this year to date, so Hampton cricket is looking promising. On that note, work starts on the Hampton Cricket Pitch over the next few week, which we hope to be using from 2014 enabling us to offer cricket to more age groups hopefully starting from 11 years upwards. If you would like more information on the cricket club please go to our website or contact Paul Garrett on 0798 084 0348 or email

The British Heart Foundation Peterborough Branch and Peterborough Minster Rotary Club are again running the popular Villages of Rockingham Forest

Bike Ride on Sunday 30th June 2013. There are 2 routes one of 25 miles and the other of 50 miles and both start and finish in Ferry Meadows, Peterborough. Entry fees are £15 adult, £10 age 12 to 16, £12 each for a team of 6 or more and £25 for a family (max 2 adults and 3 children between 12 and 16).

Come & join us!

More information and online registration on the BHF website OR contact Roger Tugwell, BHF Peterborough Branch at or on 01733 234025 OR contact Colin Moore, Peterborough Minster Rotary Club at or on 01780 470636


There will be various stalls and activities including displays from clubs, iceice-cream van, raffle draw, bouncy castles, balloons, lucky dip etc.

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COURT LANDSCAPES All Types of Garden Work Patios Laid or Re-Laid Garden Clearance for Total Re-Vamp Fences and Decking or Total Maintenance

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Have you ever wondered why being hugged feels so good, especially at those low moments in life?


he reason of course, lays in science, in a hormone which also acts as a neurotransmitter (in case you don't know, that's a chemical in brain cells, which helps pass on messages). This very special hormone is known as oxytocin, and slowly researchers are finding it has some unusual functions in our body's. It regulates trust and morality and so it is very important for human behaviour, particularly in relationship interaction. It makes us feel safe, and its feedback messages to the brain is that everything is good, everything is all right. Oxytocin is released in the body during breast feeding, which is brilliant for the mother baby bonding process. When we hug, hold hands, dance with a partner, even when we pray. It’s also released into the bloodstream during massage and bodywork too‌ which is why these things can be therapeutic and health enhancing. By our very evolution humans are born to be social, & Oxytocin helps us navigate our social world build relationships where we can feel relaxed and content. Oxytocin builds behaviours showing compassion and kindness, generosity and forgiveness, and as mentioned earlier it lets us trust others. In some studies researchers have used synthetic Oxytocin to reduce stress levels, so this particular hormone out trumps cortisol, the fight or flight hormone. Other researchers have shown that while there is Oxytocin streaming through our body we see happiness as opposed to depression. I wonder if this hormone is the scientific basis behind the saying 'Love conquers all'? If that's the case then we need to be doing the things which encourage our body's oxytocin levels. Get dancing with a partner or hug someone you are close to, for at


least 20 seconds and it will improve your heart rate, lower your blood pressure and lower your stress levels. You could also try a massage or regular bodywork for the added therapeutic benefits that gives you. In today's chaotic existence we can sometimes use all the help we can get in terms of feeling good. If oxytocin does what the experts say it does and there is an abundance of it in our system, and you can achieve that abundance by simply hugging or getting a relaxing massage, then its pleasing to think we might eradicate those other chemicals in our system which cause us to feel down or depressed. For more information on oxytocin and its benefits go to: http:// emiliya-zhivotovskaya/2012032321636.

If on the other hand you might like to try out therapeutic treatments which may help raise oxytocin levels in the body, go to or call Shehnaz on 0771 075 6771.

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Last chance to make a splash at the

Peterborough Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday 15th June!


he hugely popular Peterborough Dragon Boat Festival returns to the River Nene at the Embankment on Saturday 15th June – and there’s still time to get a team together and be part of it! Exciting, colourful and great fun, no previous experience is required to enter a team of up to 11 people into the event, just plenty of team spirit and enthusiasm! The dragon boats, qualified helms and all racing equipment are provided and each crew is guaranteed a minimum of three races. The Festival promises a fantastic day for competitors and spectators alike with street entertainment, funfair, inflatable activities and plenty of food and drink for all the family on the bank side. There will also be a fly past by a Hurricane and Lancaster of the


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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. The top fundraisers for Festival charity, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, will win the charity trophy plus a prize meal at Nando’s.

To make sure your company, club or group of friends is on the start line on Saturday 15th June please call Gable Events on 01780 470718 or visit the Festival website at peterborough


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The Whinge A Dangling Participle Is Something Up With Which I Will Not Put


t was early in the morning and my wife

was woken by my daughter coughing with considerably more enthusiasm than she does most things (see the article published last month). My wife looked at me with sadness and empathized, “Aw, poor, little thing.” Ordinarily, I might have replied with a similar comment, but not this particular morning. For at the time my wife was saying this, I had just emerged from the shower room stark naked. I gave my wife a hurt look, at which point she burst out laughing - which didn’t help to be honest. The reason I bring this humiliating event to light is not to amuse you or to elicit smirks and giggles the next time you see me. It’s because it highlights the importance of meaning in what we say and write. There has been another tirade from the press these last few weeks about grammar and in particular grammar tests for school children.

Some of my favourites are the signs you see along the road, such as “Slow men working” or “Slow children crossing” and the one I particularly like is “wet paint”, I often ponder: “is that a warning, or an instruction?” That said I can see the point of view whether or not anyone really cares about split infinitives or ending a sentence on a preposition; what does it matter really? But I do care that there is a difference between your and you’re, and their, there and they’re etc. That’s the kind of grammatical error that does annoy me. My wife will tell you that the one error that makes me get my red marker pen out is the use of paninis, “panini” is already plural, panino is the singular. Just like cappuccino is the singular of cappuccini and paparazzo is the singular of paparazzi. They are Italian words that have been adopted into English.

I, personally don’t get too wound-up about the use of street language or the occasional grammatical slip-up, it happens to us all. However, I do get annoyed when there seems to be a campaign to abolish grammar altogether. After all it can be quite useful. Without commas or full stops this article would be quite a struggle to read (insert sarcasm here). To illustrate: a sign outside a church read “Dont let worries kill you let the church help.” Well apart from the lack of apostrophe, I’m sure that’s not what they meant to say, but even a comma wouldn’t have saved the day on that particular sign. However, another internet anecdote tells of an English professor who wrote “A woman without her man is nothing” and told the class to punctuate the sentence correctly. All the men wrote, “A woman, without her man, is nothing.” All the women wrote, “A woman: without her, man is nothing.”


I leave you with two final thoughts: “Let’s eat grandma” or “Let’s eat, grandma?” And on an old Burger King Advert: “It takes many ingredients to make Burger King great but... the secret ingredient is our people.” The Whinger (C) 2013 Stephen Farringdon Http://

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In The Night Sky #27


t the end of May and the beginning of June you should get to see Mercury, Venus and Jupiter dancing around each other in the night sky as they change their relative positions each night. However, depending on when you’re reading this you may have missed the best of that show for now. But June brings other highlights and as the nights get warmer and (hopefully) clearer you should be able to get some good quality sky-watching in before we start to head back towards the colder months. The only problem with this is that as we move towards midsummer the nights are much shorter and it doesn’t get dark until quite late. So this month I’ve decided to tell you about something that you need to see a little earlier. In fact you will only see this phenomenon during twilight towards the end of dusk and before dawn: Noctilucent clouds. I know you probably think you’ve seen enough clouds for now, but these are special ones. They were only observed for the first time in 1885 and are still not fully understood. You will only see them in the summer months and only when the Sun is below the horizon and illuminating the fringes of polar mesospheric clouds which are very high up in the atmosphere. These fringes are very fine and although are mainly found


in the polar regions during the summer they can’t be seen there because the sun doesn’t go below the horizon. Here in Peterborough we are just far enough north to be able to see them. This picture, from NASA shows these Noctilucent clouds as seen from the International Space Station on 22nd July 2008.

These clouds form higher in the atmosphere than any other clouds at between 76 to 85 km (447 to 53 miles) in the region known as the mesosphere. They are unusual because they can form directly from water vapour as well as the traditional cloud formation method of forming on dust particles. The mesosphere is also very dry with approximately 0.000,000,01% that of the Sahara. Happy Night Watching! The Nightwatchman 2013 Stephen Farringdon

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Peterborough Heritage Festival returns for 2013

his summer, make sure you don’t miss out on attending the popular historical extravaganza that is the Peterborough Heritage Festival 2013, the UK’s only multi-period living history festival. Now in its 5th year, the Peterborough Heritage Festival will be a unique chance to experience 2,000 years of history. Held in the historic heart of the city centre, the festival will take place Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June. There will also be various fringe events happening in the city from Saturday 15th to Sunday 30th June. This year’s Heritage Festival will feature over 300 costumed re-enactors from some of the country’s top Living History groups, giving you a chance to meet all sorts of colourful characters, from Iron Age warriors to World War II airmen. Cathedral Square will also be hosting a packed programme of live period music, falconry displays and spectacular battle demonstrations. The theme this year is science and innovation, with a road show on St John’s

Square in association with the Natural History Museum. Try some hands-on science activities & come face-to-face with life-sized dinosaurs! The period market will be back on the main Cathedral green, including displays of historic crafts and trades alongside a chance to go shopping for a historically themed gift. Alongside a craft fair on Church Street, there will also be a chance to relax with the family in the Children’s Zone an activity area for the kids with jesters, storytellers, games & activities.

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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 usi ng logic not guesswork.

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QUICK CROSSWORD Across 1 1 French castle (7) 5 Competed (5) 8 Very alike (9) 9 Poem (3) 8 10 Consumed (5) 12 Reflects (7) 13 Friendships (13) 15 Immediate (7) 10 17 In front (5) 19 A pronoun (3) 20 Emergency vehicle (9) 22 Concede (5) 13 23 Captivate (7) Down 1 Illegal act (5) 2 Beer (3) 15 3 Died out (7) 4 Embarrassed (13) 5 Person in power (5) 6 Large reptile (9) 19 7 Frocks (7) 11 Magnifies distant objects (9) 13 Form of travel (7) 14 Bright red (7) 16 Prize (5) 22 18 Reside (5) 21 And not (3)


















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

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as a case of double-oh-heaven for Land Rover at the New York Motor Show as it managed to steal the limelight for the launch of its new Range Rover Sport thanks to a rather special unveiling by none other than Daniel Craig. The Bond star helped the British manufacturer deliver the first car to the press launch in a live drive through the streets of Manhattan. The $1 million stunt saw sections of the city closed at rush hour and it had all the razzamatazz of the Oscars. One of Land Rover’s most important models, the Sport has notched up nearly 304,000 worldwide sales since it arrived in 2005. Now, following the successful births of the Evoque and Range Rover, it’s the racy middle brother’s time to shine. Based on the same aluminium platform as the Range Rover, but with 75 per cent of the parts changed, the Sport ushers in an Evoque-esque look, clever new technology, and some seriously impressive statistics. Powering the top-of-the-range model is a 5.0-litre supercharged V8, producing 503bhp and 625Nm of torque. With a tuned exhaust system, it sounds incredible as it powers its way to 60mph in five seconds. The popular SDV8 diesel unit also makes a welcome return. With 332bhp and a mighty 700Nm of torque, it can crack 60mph in 6.5 seconds. There are further diesel and petrol units to pick from, but of more interest is the hybrid which is set to arrive later this year and combines a 3.0-litre diesel engine with a 50kw battery, a big leap forward for the model. Improvements have been made across the board. The new Sport is 33% lighter than its predecessor (that’s the weight of six average adults), the body is 25% stiffer and on average it’s 24% more efficient.


Clever new technology on the Range Rover Sport includes an iPhone and Android app that lets you connect with their car. It can guide you back to where you parked it, tell you how much fuel is left, file company car mileages via email and even alert you if it thinks it’s about to be nicked. The clever kit includes in-car wifi for up to eight devices, a tracking system to aid recovery and the ability to dial emergency services in the event of a crash and alert them of your location. A camera on the front of the car reads road signs as you pass them, displaying speed limits and over-taking restrictions on the dash. There’s also a head-up display that shows speed and navigation instructions. Parking scrapes can also be avoided with a warning system that tells you if a car is coming while reversing out of a bay and an alarm can tell you if you’re wading too deep in the water (a dip into anything over 850mm could result in big bills). Larger families will be pleased to hear there’s now a seven-seat option too. The seats are only really for kids, but electrically rise and lower from the flat floor. The tailgate gets power while the doors now have a soft-close option. Inside, the designers have worked hard to make it even more luxurious, with more metal on show and a higher, wraparound dash. The centre console is even chilled and fits a full bottle of champagne in it. There’s a 23-speaker stereo system and rear seat entertainment options too. Pricing, as you’d expect, is rather premium. The top-of-the-range supercharged V8 costs £81,550, with entry level models, a “more affordable” £51,550. Time to visit the bank manager… because this is one highly desirable car. by James Baggott, MD of

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Puzzle Answers Quick Crossword


Across: 1 Chateau, 5 Raced, 8 Identical, 9 Ode, 10 Eaten, 12 Mirrors, 13 Relationships, 15 Instant, 17 Ahead, 19 Who, 20 Ambulance, 22 Yield, 23 Enthral. Down: 1 Crime, 2 Ale, 3 Extinct, 4 Uncomfortable, 5 Ruler, 6 Crocodile, 7 Dresses, 11 Telescope, 13 Railway, 14 Scarlet, 16 Award, 18 Dwell, 21 Nor.

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For June 2013 - By Astrologer Christine Chalklin GEMINI MAY 22 - JUNE 21 Your birthday month is energetic & exciting as themes around team spirit, friendships and group pursuits are activated by four planets in your sign. After the new moon on the 8th you’ll start to review all your friendships and relationships, especially as interesting new people begin to appear on your horizon.

CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 22 An introspective and quiet start to June changes after the first week, as Venus moves in to your sign and the new moon waxes after the 8th. Dynamic and unconventional Uranus is at the highpoint of your chart and major career shifts are now possible. Unexpected opportunities are in the pipeline.

LEO JULY 23 - AUGUST 23 June’s energy is very strong for all social activities and for taking a break from the rigors of daily life. After the Gemini new moon on the 8th you’ll be feeling especially playful and communicative and a holiday or an exciting journey could turn out to be the very best way to express yourself on all levels.

VIRGO AUG. 24 - SEPT. 22 You may be feeling a little introspective as you review your plans and goals for the future. Abundant planetary activity at the highpoint of your chart brings innovative new ideas especially after the new moon on the 8th. Your ruler, communicative Mercury, is also in a good position for new opportunities.

LIBRA SEPT. 23 - OCT. 23 Life is action packed in June and normally balanced Librans may find the tempo a bit to hot to handle! But if you can embrace all levels of change, then marvellous things will be opening up. Jupiter reaches the high point of your chart on the 26th, last there 12 years ago, now is the start of an exciting new cycle.

SCORPIO OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 Finances & resources are in the spotlight this month. The powerful combination of a new moon on the 8th and four planets in Gemini ensure that decisions will have to be made. Be on the lookout for Interesting and exciting ways of boosting your income, new career opportunities are also on the horizon.


SAGITTARIUS NOV 23 - DEC 21 Powerful planetary action in partnership sector of your chart means that you’re in for some surprises. Your mood in love is particularly adventurous & your charm is at an all time high. The new moon on the 8th brings new and passionate encounters and stable relationships can enter a new exciting phase.

CAPRICORN DEC. 22 - JAN. 20 Your work environment and your health and fitness take centre stage this month. The new moon on the 8th brings a need to review your diet and your work life balance. Saturn, your ruler, connects with the inspirational planet Neptune and brings the potential for creativity and innovative ways of communicating your ideas.

AQUARIUS JAN. 21 - FEB. 18 Four planets and a new moon in Gemini highlight the playful and romantic sector of your chart this month. After delays and setbacks things should really be moving forward now and as Jupiter moves into Cancer on the 26th abundance is all around! You can sit back and enjoy this especially energetic and expressive time.

PISCES FEB. 19 – MARCH 20 Your home & family are the main focus this month. Four planets & a new moon in Gemini ensure that you’ll be looking at ways to change and improve your surroundings. Love & romantic encounters are also favoured especially after the 3rd as Venus moves into compassionate, sensitive and caring Cancer.

ARIES MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 Your ruler, motivational Mars spends the whole month in communicative Gemini. This is an excellent month to examine all levels of communication, both spoken & written. You have renewed energy to look at your life on all levels & many changes can be made now as confidence is at an all time high.

TAURUS APRIL 21 - MAY 21 Your ruler, the love planet Venus, moves into the sign of Cancer on the 3rd. This shift brings issues of trust and support into the spotlight, causing you to re-examine relationship areas of your life. You’ll realise how important loyalty is and after the new moon on the 8th, you may have a very different strategy in place.

Stamford Artisans Guild will be hosting a Craft Show at Ferry Meadows, Nene Park

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on Sunday 9th June

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To be held in the Discovery Den (Nr the Visitor Centre) 10am to 4pm – FREE ENTRY. There will be a variety of handmade crafts by local artisans. Buy a unique gift for someone special!

NAVIGATE YOUR WAY THROUGH LIFE WITH HIGHER KNOWLEDGE AND COSMIC AWARENESS Would you like to know how you can tune into your personal power and be the very best version of yourself? I can help motivate you to discover your purpose and achieve personal transformation. You can then create your vision and manifest your goals in life. As a trained life coach and a practitioner of Bach flower essence therapy, I offer a full motivational and transformational coaching programme. Your unique personal birth chart can help you to plan your year ahead by tuning into productive planetary cycles. You can also gain the clarity and insight needed for optimal abundance and success. Overcome your fears and anxieties and replace them with assertiveness and self-confidence. I work with clients all over the world and my consultations are available by telephone or Skype. Please contact me for more information.

Tarot card readings for wisdom and guidance are also available. Christine Chalklin Inspirational Astrologer & Transformational Life Coach

Tel: 07813 483549

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Your Local Events A guide to what’s on in your area 8th June @ 7pm Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre, Stamford Tribute to Miss Gaga & Jessie J UK’s No. 1 Tribute Act! A fabulous solo tribute to Jessie J followed by Miss Gaga and her dancers for Stamford’s very own mini monster ball. Performed by top tribute artist Nat Thompson. For more information call 01780 766455. 9th June @ 10am to 4.30pm Peterborough Kite Festival at Ferry Meadows Family Fun Day including children’s kite workshop, and face painting plus Arena events including synchronized kite flying. For more details see or call 234193. 9th June @ 12 noon to 6pm Live Music at Central Park Jazz, Blues, Folk and Pop. Organised by friends of central park . Call 07515 861 290 for more details. 14th, 15th & 16th June The Plough Public House, Ramsey Road, Farcet Fen, Peterborough, PE7 3DR. Soul & Motown Weekender. For more details call 844307 or email 15th June @ 7 pm Stamford Corn Exchange, Broad Street, Stamford Purple Zeppelin A Dream Gig that never was Until Now! Tickets: £15.00 available from the Theatre Box Office on 01780 766455. Purple Zeppelin are proud to pay tribute to the two greatest Rock Bands of all time, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin – together on the same bill for the very first time!!! Purple Zeppelin are four talented and versatile musicians with decades of playing between them, comprising thousands of gigs in the UK & overseas. Call 01780 766455 19th June @ 10am to 4pm Ramble from River to Rail at Ferry Meadows Stroll along the River Nene to Wansford with Ranger Steve Wickens and catch a train back to Ferry Meadows. Call 234193 for more details.


21st, 22nd and 23rd June The Plough, Ramsey Road, Farcet Fen. PE& 3DR The Fenlands Country Music Weekend. Join the Fun Country & Western Weekend, with Line Dancing, Bands, Singers, Trade Stalls, Hot & Cold Food, Fun and Games! Featuring Lynnette Marie, Clear Cut, Rick Storm, Steely Grey (3 piece band), Bob Morgan, Desert Star and line dancing tuition with the one and only John Sharman. Gates open at 2pm Friday 21st. For tickets or more information please contact Jen or Dave on 0790 460 1816. 6th July @ 7.30pm Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre, Stamford Summer Sounds from Stamford Brass. A great up tempo summer music sensation performed from Stamford Brass. A mix of contemporary & familiar songs with sparkling arrangements. Tickets £10.00 available from the theatre box office 01780 766455. 6th & 7th July Return of the Vikings at Flag Fen Archaeological Park - After last year’s invasion, the Vikings return to storm Flag Fen again this summer. Watch a full scale battle between hundreds of warriors (maybe even have a go yourself), visit living history camps to experience life a 1,000 years ago, plus there will be plenty of fun family activities! 27th July @ 7.30pm Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre, Stamford. Paper Lace, The Glitterband and The White Plains A total high energy performance by some of the most iconic names of the seventies, a show packed with their own hits, sung by the original singers who were on the actual recordings. A nostalgic trip through the decade of glam rock. Dig out your flares & platforms, come with us back to the age of the million sellers to meet and hear the guys who actually made the hits. Call the box office on 01780 766455. Tickets £19! 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.

Hampton Library Times and Regular Events 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 Saturday 11.30am to 12 noon Codex Junior Reading Groups Ages 6-11 years Meet monthly for fun and games based on your favourite books various dates. Call for time & date. Beginners’ Computers Tuesdays 11am - 12.30pm Silver Surfers Friday 3.30pm - 5pm Everything you need to know to use a computer, email and surf the web. See a member of staff for further details.

Adult Reading Groups - Hampton Book Buddies Share your views and discuss books and authors. Meet first Thursday of every month 4.30pm to 5.30pm. See a member of staff or call 864538 for details.

May at Hampton library! This summer, there’s a spine-tingling adventure waiting for children at your local Libraries! Kids can take part in the 2013 Summer Reading Challenge by joining the adventurers as they explore the Creepy House, simply by reading books of their own choice from the library. They can discover the secrets of Creepy House and meet some of the hair-raising residents! If you want to get involved here’s how to do it! Head to your local library from Saturday 6th July to enroll. It’s completely free and anybody can take part. The Challenge will finish on Saturday 14th September.

Get ready for Father’s Day Get ready for Father’s Day at Hampton Library on Saturday 15th June at 12noon to 1pm where you’ll be able to make a special present and card! This is a chance to show your dad how special he is and how much you love him. Join us for a session full of fun crafts and stories. Suitable for ages 11 and under accompanied by an adult. £1 per child.

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INDEX of Advertisers Accounting Services TaxAssist Accountants

Education 5 Abacus Private Tuition

Activities Electricians FlyCB Microlight School 27 MM Electrical Services Hampton Bouncy Castle 5 Electrical Supplies One Leisure 13 Switch Electrical Wholesale Aerials & Satellites Wright Lights 25 SPK Digital Farm Shops 23 TA Baker Caves Pet & Farm Shop Blinds Garage Doors Robinson Blinds 9 Garage Doors Shutter Sunline Blinds 33 Ridgeway Care Services Garden Services Life Line 2 BlackJack Carpet/Flooring/Curtains Courts Landscapes Hampton Carpets/Flooring 9 Phil Brannigan G/Works Ray & Paul Interiors 7 Scenic Gardens Wyndham Landscapes Chiropodists & Podiatrists 13 General Maintenance Longueville Clinic Hampton Handyman Cleaning Services AK Cleaning 25 Haberdashery/Alterations Carpet Cleaning Services 17 Art and Stitch Stainbusters Complete 5 Hair & Beauty Root 66/Tanning Lounge Cycles 27 Fosters Barber Shop Bristows Cycles Domestic Appliances GB Domestic (UK) Domestic Services Denise’s Cleaning Extra Fresh Sadies Cleaning Ladies WBCS Domestic Cleaner

Health/Fitness/Lifestyle 19 Hypnotherapy Clinic One Leisure Touch of Healing 23 9 Kitchens/Bath/Beds 5 Hurford & Tebbutt Kit/Beds 17 Sloans Kitchen & Bath

Motor Services Broadway Garage Longthorpe Garage (TWG) RVS Vehicle Maintenance

31 1 31

Pet Services Caves Pet & Farm Shop


Plant & Tool Hire RTC Plant Services


Plumbing & Heating Excel Gas Services K. Hall Plumbing & Heating PlumbRite

20 21 19

Private Tuition Abacus Tutoring Academy


17 8 8 3 3

Property Maintenance B. Rollings Decorating Chris Ireson Painter & Dec. KP Home Improvements Oakdale Decorators Sloans Kitchen & Bath. Steve Mckenna Plastering

19 21 19 23 19 19


Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs BJ’s Plaice Cherry House Restaurant Queen’s Head Riverside Inn

2 15 15

Scrap Clearance Service City Clearance Services


29 19 39 5 29 23 31

11 11 11

35 13 12 49 19

Skips 1st Choice Skip Hire


Taxis / Car Hire White Knight Cars Ltd.


Windows, Doors & Cons. Window Doctor

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