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September 2011

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Dear Readers, Welcome to your September edition of ‘The Hampton Viewer’. Summer break is finally over and the kids will be off to school in a few days time. I hope you all had a fun filled holiday - despite the weather!!! Once again, we have a competition to win a family ticket to The East of England Autumn Show. If you would like to win a family ticket and enjoy a great day out, please go to page 32 for details. Good Luck!

Contents Page 10/11 12 16 18 24

Regular Articles Beauty: Guaranteed Glamour Recipe: Picnic Loaf Motor Review: Nissan Leaf Road Test The Whinge: Summer Time Book Review: Short Stories

Local Information 6 & 8 Local Information 19 to 21 Your Local Trades 32 East of England Autumn Show 34 Local Information 36/37 Your Local & Library Events Puzzles 20 Fun Quiz 28 Children’s Puzzle Page 30 Adults Puzzle Page/Sudoku

This month we start a new monthly Beauty article - Guaranteed Glamour (see pages 10 & 11). I hope you find it informative and also, enjoy all our other articles. However, if you have any suggestions, ideas or comments you would like to make about the magazine then please contact me (see details below). Finally, please support your local businesses advertising in The Hampton Viewer, without them we could not produce this magazine, and please, don’t forget to mention where you saw them. Have a great month!

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Win a Family Ticket to The East of England Autumn Show See page 32 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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The Mayor’s Charity Events


Milk on the Menu at new Baby Café in Stanground


ake joined milk on the menu at Peterborough’s new Baby Café Local launch in Stanground. The Baby Café model provides a relaxed environment for mothers and their families where they can chat and learn about breastfeeding from qualified practitioners and each other. Mothers in Stanground are so welcoming of the support that many baked cakes to share at the launch.

Opening the Baby Café, which runs every Tuesday 1.30-3pm at Stanground Children’s Centre, was Janet Dullaghan, Assistant Director for Children’s Community Health, who recognises the need for the service to be available locally. Local NCT breastfeeding counsellors, with help from breastfeeding peer supporters, will provide essential support for mothers in the early months of life with a new baby. This has been facilitated by the merger of The Baby Café Charitable Trust and NCT - the UK’s largest parent’s charity - to help even more mums who want to breastfeed. The new addition to the Baby Café and NCT service range differs from the original Baby Café drop-in model as it will not always require an NHS employee to run sessions. Breastfeeding counsellors will be able to host sessions with funding from local health, education and children’s services providing an essential support service to mothers without the need to call on stretched staff in maternity and children’s services. Baby Café Local is a lower cost solution to providing high quality support and information – meeting the needs of local mothers and the aims of local services.


For further information please contact Abigail Salehi - NCT Breastfeeding Counsellor. Tel. 07785 913675

ach year The Mayor of Peterborough raises money for charities of their choice. The Mayor for this year Councillor Paula Thacker MBE has chosen for her charities The Royal British Legion Women’s Section and ‘Find a cure for Alex’ supported by Kidney Research UK. (Alex is an 8 year old Peterborough boy who has a very rare Kidney disease). The fundraising committee formed by the Mayor with volunteers from the designated charities has already begun its work and has many more events planned. Perhaps you would like to join us at one of our popular monthly lunches being held in the reception room at the Town Hall between 12 noon and 2pm. The next to be held on September 7th will have a Caribbean/African theme; Jerk Pork or Calypso Chicken or Coconut Rundown(V) all served with rice and a salad garnish for under £5. This lunch is being sponsored by EMBE Restaurant of Burghley Road Peterborough. Each month will have a different theme and should anyone else feel able to sponsor these lunches we would love to hear from you. Further dates for this year are: 6th October, 1st November, and 1st December. We also have a variety of stalls present including: cakes, handicrafts and books and invite anyone who would like to have a stall to contact us on the details below. A few of the other events planned are: • • •

Black Tie dinners in the Mayors Parlour A balloon race with the balloons being released by the Mayor on December 1st The annual sausage supper which follows the opening of the fair by the Mayor on the Embankment plus Tombolas and Raffles throughout the year.

Again if anyone is willing to donate anything as prizes for these we would very much appreciate their kind gesture. Anyone needing further information is invited to ring Marie on 01733 322376 or email: or if making a donation of any description please send to: The Mayors Charities, c/o The Mayors Officer, The Town Hall, Peterborough, PE1 1HG



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Italian Festival back in town! For the third consecutive year Peterborough will be hosting yet another successful and popular Italian festival. With live entertainment, food tasting and demonstrations on pizza, mozzarella and wine making. Residents of Peterborough will be able to experience the real feel of an authentic Italian market. Each year the festival has got bigger and better, and to commemorate the celebration of our diverse multi cultural city, the Italian festival is back by huge demand. This year, the city’s festival will be joined by no other than ‘Two Greedy Italians’ - Antonio Carluccio, an Italian chef and TV star, who will be rustling up two dishes to mark the occasion, which will be unveiled at the festival.

There will also be classic Italian cars on display from Donalds garage in Burghley Road, live music featuring Italian singers, flag throwers and stalls with local businesses selling authentic items. So if you want to experience the authenticity of Italy, that the festival offers and for Antonio’s book signing; head down to Cathedral Square on Sunday 11th September (starting at noon) for the Italian festival of the year!

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Now that the long, hot days of summer are fading to memory and the crisp nip in the air is marking the arrival of autumn, the low maintenance, casual and laidback beauty styles that have seen us through last season are in much need of updating


he light covering of tinted moisturiser and sweep of mascara that seemed so effortless yet effective when paired with beach tanned skin, becomes totally redundant when competing with a weatherbeaten face. Although the dark nights take a little getting used to, it's not all doom and gloom, as this time of year provides the perfect opportunity to expand your make-up bag, commit to a skin care regime and experiment with some brand new beauty looks. And we've certainly seen some exciting trends hitting the catwalk for this season. All of the top designers have showcased clothing collections full of sumptuous, indulgent fabrics that epitomise winter chic. But these collections would not have been half as effective if not combined with styled make-up and hair that, of course, is crucial in completing the look. The top make-up trends for autumn season have been established, so all that’s left is for us to take style inspiration and exchange our usual staid beauty routine for a truly inspired new look. Sporting 'swinging sixties' style, Anna Sui focused all attention on the eyes, with thick black lines of liquid liner and superbly volumised lashes, teamed with nude lips and natural hair. In contrast, Oscar de la Renta chose striking blusher shades, heavily defined brows and a prominent pink pout, with hair swept off the face in a classic ponytail; whilst Donna


Karan used autumnal shades of orange, tangerine and rust to create striking eye shadow hues. The nineties were revisited by Vera Wang. Grunge style was re-created with smudgy black liner, roughly applied metallic shadow and frosty pink lips finished with mussed-up hair - in true 'rock chick' style. But the trend that really seems to stand out is classic Hollywood glamour. Adopted by Diane von Furstenberg the look combines ravishing red lips, flawless foundation, a light smoky eye, curled and subtly mascara'd lashes and, of course, immaculately blow dried hair. It's a return to full on glamour that pays homage to a bygone era. The vampish style is undeniably sexy and the vintage edge makes it unquestionably chic. It's sophisticated, classy, refined and totally feminine. As a high maintenance trend you might think that it's all a bit too much trouble, but it’s amazing what a difference embracing even just one element can make - it is well worth a try.

To create the look you need the right tools….. A flawless base is essential. Begin by using a light moisturiser and add a creamy matt foundation to even out skin tone. (1. All About Face foundation, Ivory, £1.49 ). Brows must be tamed so use a brush to create a sweeping arch, pluck unwanted stray hairs and set in place with a gel.

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Combine a mixture of smoky shades on eyes and add a flick of black eyeliner, curl lashes and finish with mascara. (2. Body Shop eyeshadow £16, 3. Next black kohl pencil £3, 4. Body Shop ‘big and curvy’ waterproof mascara £10).

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Sweep a soft shade of blusher onto cheeks (5. Next blusher £4) and then concentrate on the all important pout. Find a red lipstick that compliments your skin tone.

(6. Body Shop lipsticks, various shades). Cool skin tones suit pink undertones, warm complexions are complemented by orangey reds and by choosing blue undertones in red lipstick, teeth will appear noticeably whiter.

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Traditionally homehome-reared & locally sourced meat & poultry at affordable prices - specialist cuts to order! Willow Brook Come in and see our range of Daily Specials Offers. Farm Shop Why not visit and relax in our 17th century converted grain store and sample the delights of

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Senior Citizen Days: Wednesday & Thursday - Farm House Breakfast £3.99 9am to 11.30am Main Meals £5, Pudding £2.50 - 12 to 2.30pm Group Bookings Available - up to 30 people - Excellent location for walking parties Tea Shop serving delicious simple food made from high quality local ingredients at very reasonable price

Special Offer - September only Tuesday to Friday at 2.30pm to 3.30pm - Tea and Scones for 2 only £5 with this advert Also, Professional Hog Roast and outside catering service available with marquee if required Please call 07718971900

Open: Tuesday to Friday 9am - 4pm, Saturday 8.30am - 5pm & Sunday 9am - 4pm

Tel: 01780 740261 (Farm Shop) / 01780 749483 (The Granary Café) Willow Brook Farm, Scotsman Lodge, Stamford Road, Helpston Heath, Peterborough. PE6 7EL

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

Open Every Day! For party or booking call us on:

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Garden Maintenance Fencing and Shed Repairs High Pressure Patio Driveway Cleaning and Sanding Conservatory Roof Cleaning Gutter Cleaning General Household DIY For a free no obligation quote Please contact Carl on:

Tel: 01733 223101 or 07796 278733 Discount for OAPs / Fully Insured

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Motor Review: Nissan Leaf Road Test It’s the first five-seater massproduced electric car, but James Baggott finds out the Leaf isn’t for everybody What is it? Nissan would have you believe it’s revolutionary. It’s the first five-seater, all-electric car in production, producing zero emissions and costing just £2 to ‘fill up’. The benefits don’t end there either. Buyers enjoy zero road tax and company car drivers won’t be clobbered by any Benefit in Kind. That means someone driving a 1.6-litre diesel Ford Focus, paying £4,000 company car tax per year, would see that amount back in their pay packets.

What’s under the bonnet? A big fat electric motor. Flip the catch, show any non petrol-head the unit and most will be convinced it’s a standard engine – to the uninitiated it certainly looks that way. It’s the fat power cables that give the game away. That motor produces 108bhp but it’s the big dollop of 280Nm of torque, available immediately, which really makes the difference. That’s equivalent to a Porsche Boxster and certainly makes the Leaf feel sprightly enough.

What’s the spec like? Nissan made little noise about spec on the launch, concentrating more on the technology, but customers will be pleased to hear there’s lots to entertain. Headliners include sat nav and reversing camera as standard, as well as central locking, alloys, climate control, a CD player and electric windows and mirrors. The only option is a solar panel on the spoiler that tops up the 12v battery. That costs £250.

What’s it like to drive? Nissan says the Leaf’s range is 109 miles and has calculated 95 per cent of daily car travel is less than 25 miles and the average journey is 8.5 miles. There are two power modes, a normal and an eco. In eco, power is seriously


reduced but the range improved and in normal the Leaf is surprisingly swift. What’s immediately apparent is how quiet the car is and how well it rides over bumps – you forget very quickly you’re driving an electric car.

What does the press think of it? Autoblog said the Leaf could possibly be the most impressive car it has driven all year. The Green Car Website loved it and said owners would claw back the higher purchase price with lower running costs. Autocar also said that despite the ‘real world range’ being only about 80 miles it was ‘easy to see its huge potential as a comfortable and practical school run car’.

What do we think of it? We like it a lot, but the 26 dealers currently selling it will need to heed the maker’s advice and ensure the right buyers are snapping them up. It’s true that at £25,990, with the government’s £5,000 grant thrown in, the Leaf looks expensive but we’d liken it to a new Apple Mac: It might do the same thing as a normal computer, but knowing you’re at the forefront of technology and slightly wacky-cool for owning it, will make that extra cash worth spending.

Selling Points 1. £1 will take you 73 miles – in a Focus diesel £1 is good for 11 miles 2. On a PCP (most popular buying method) it costs £399 per month. 3. Company car drivers will pay no Benefit in Kind.

Deal Clincher You can fuel it at home for just £2 a fill up.

Model: Nissan Leaf Price: £25,990 (inc. £5,000 government grant) Engine: electric motor

Power: 107bhp, 280Nm Max speed: 90mph 0-60mph: 11.9s MPG: 109mile range Emissions: 0g/km Residual values (three years): 37%

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The Whinge Summer Time and the Living is WET, WET, WET


o summer’s here. You can tell it’s summer because it’s raining. I know it’s a bit of a cliché, but there’s a reason it’s a cliché. We should seriously think about changing the school summer holiday to fit the weather. It’ll be difficult to arrange but we should wait until we think it’s going to get hot and rush through an emergency summer holiday act. So then if we get a hot June like we seem to have in the last few years schools will close, we’ll all go on holiday and enjoy the sun. That way we’ll also boost the economy because people will take more holidays in the UK; firstly because it will be hot in this country, and secondly, nobody will know when the school summer break is so they won’t be able to plan far enough in advance to book an overseas holiday. By the time we announce the holiday season all the best places overseas will have been taken but our holiday season will be different from those overseas so wherever we go in the UK it won’t be full of overseas tourists. Now I know this sounds like a very radical approach and there will be all sorts of complications with it, but frankly it won’t be that different from Easter. We all pretend that we know Easter has something to do with a certain number of full moons after the first full moon of the New Year, but have any of us actually checked that Easter is at the right time each year. I know I just let Microsoft tell me when Easter is, it’s much simpler and of course, Microsoft would never get anything like that wrong. So is it all really worth the faff of a moving summer holiday? Well anyone who has ever been camping in this country will tell you that it is. You have two choices when booking a camping trip; you can wait for the weather to be good or book before Easter.


If you choose the first option then you are guaranteed the worst available camping sites in the places where nobody wants to holiday such as some industrial estate just next door to the oil refinery in Port Talbot. And the weather will change by the time you’ve finished packing up the car and it’ll rain day and night for the next two weeks. The second choice might sound better but, frankly, if you don’t book before Easter you’re stuck with the former situation. The only thing you can guarantee about early booking is that you’ve got a much better chance of getting the camp site you want. It’ll still rain from the moment you leave the driveway to the instant you return, but at least you’ll be stuck in a soaked tent on a site that you liked the pictures of in the brochure. Those pictures have, of course, been Photoshoped. It’s a well-known fact that as soon as you remove any camera from its case on a campsite it rains. Also have you noticed that those photos are usually of almost empty camp sites? That’s because they’ve been taken in June, when it’s sunny and when the kids are still in school, not in August, when it’s raining. Those of you who have been camping will appreciate my sentiments in this article. For those who haven’t, don’t. I can only think of one thing worse that pitching a tent in the rain, with all the arguments, swearing, frustrations and searching for the mallet, and that thing is packing it all away in the rain and having to get into the car and drive several hundred miles absolutely soaked to the skin. But at least you get another two weeks off work as you get over the flu, hypothermia and cholera from the camping trip. Problem is the kids are still not back at school yet. © 2011 Stephen Farringdon

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Now selling local English pork, homemade sausages and other local produce including jams, chutney, potatoes, and other seasonal vegetables

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Puzzle Pages (all answers on P33) 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.


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he Autumn Show is returning to the East of England Showground on Sunday 9th October 2011. The event, with its mix of fur and feather, is the perfect family day out. Organised by the East of England Agricultural Society, visitors to the show can expect to see thousands of animals of all shapes and sizes, from small livestock exhibits including mice and fancy rats to special displays of rare and endangered livestock breeds. There are also competitive classes for native British breeds of sheep and pigs. Returning for its third year, the East of England Giant Vegetable Competition will show the fruits of a season of hard work by the region’s vegetable growers. We are pleased to announce the Supreme London Championship Small Livestock Show will be joining the East of England Autumn Show in 2011. The event caters for exhibition rabbits, cavies, rats, mice and hamsters. The London is one of the UK’s premier five star championship events for small livestock. There will be many displays of traditional country life, including country crafts, as well as large animal exhibits. Magnificent Shire horses, incorporated as part of the Wisbech Shire Horse Show, will be dressed in their traditional glory. There will also be the chance

to see Pony Club show jumping competitions, donkey driving and harness goats. For those who prefer their animals with a bark, there will be plenty of dog displays and classes including ‘Scruffts’ (the Kennel Club’s search for the crossbreed of the year), Dog Agility competitions, and Terrier and Lurcher championships. There will be an exhibition of poultry and waterfowl featuring all major breeds. Birds will also be represented by pigeons. Discover the ideal opportunity to make an early start on some Christmas shopping with a wide variety almost over 100 trade stands to choose from, alongside a Craft Fair showcasing creative designs and a Food Hall offering the very best in regional food and drink. There will also be plenty of attractions to keep children amused including a traditional Victorian funfair. It is advisable to purchase your tickets in advance on-line from or via the ticket hotline on 0845 600 5445. It’ll be cheaper that buying at the gate!

WIN A FAMILY TICKET FOR The East of England Autumn Show We have 6 family tickets to give away for The East of England Autumn Show on 9th October 2011: Simply answer the following questions (see above for clues): 1. What will be joining the Autumn Show for the first time in 2011? 2. What is returning for the third year? Please include your name and address and send your answers to: The Viewer, 17 Sebrights Way, South Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 9BT or email Closing date for entries: 24th September 2011 The first 6 correct answers received will win the tickets for the Autumn Show


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Puzzle Answers Quick Crossword Across: 1 Shaggy, 4 Sensor, 9 Explain, 10 Tramp, 11 Dread, 12 Enabled, 13 Departments, 18 Copying, 20 Rifle, 22 Irons, 23 Theatre, 24 Needed, 25 Stayed. Down: 1 Steady, 2 Apple, 3 Grandma, 5 Extra, 6 Shallot, 7 Rapids, 8 Investigate, 14 Explode, 15 Earnest, 16 Action, 17 Depend, 19 Issue, 21 Fatty.

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Number Pattern: 1,3,5 & 11,9,7 & 13,15,17 & 23,21,19 & 25,27,29 & 35,33,31

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Local Information — Local Information — Local Information Cake Bake raises much needed funds for local hospice A successful Cake Bake Sale was held recently at St Mary’s Court in Peterborough, raising £305 for Sue Ryder

True community spirit was witnessed as residents pulled together to raise the money in honour of Thorpe Hall Hospice being open for 20 years. Organiser June Phillips explained ‘I’m so pleased by the amount of people who attended our event as a lot of time went into it. All the cakes and snacks were home-made and amongst the things being sold were hand knitted toys.

June had a family member cared for at Thorpe Hall Hospice during its first year of being open. She continued ‘My mother was with Sue Ryder for one week. She was really into country western music, so the staff organised for a singer to come to the hospice to perform. It’s great to hear that things like this still happen 20 years later.’ Whilst collecting the generous cheque, Community Fundraiser Michael Clarke explained, “Sue Ryder has made a difference to so many lives in Peterborough and beyond during the last 20 years. If we continue to

receive cheques like this on a regular basis, it will ensure that we can continue for another 20 years. “ If the residents of St Mary’s Court have inspired you to fundraise for Sue Ryder during their 20th anniversary then contact Michael at Sue Ryder on 01733 330060 or email

Studio No.4 Image Beauty Hair Design A brand new hair and beauty salon for both MEN and WOMEN has opened in Orton Brimbles. The Mayor Paula Thacker MBE was the special guest at The Grand Opening on 18th August at this fantastic new purpose built building. The team at Studio no.4 would like to welcome you all to this exciting new Hair & Beauty Salon. Studio No.4 offers the highest standard of service in a professional, friendly and relaxed environment at the most competitive and affordable prices. Customers will be treated as individuals and extra time will be given to find the perfect cut and style for each new customer. In addition to the hair treatments, they also offer manicures and pedicures from just a fluff and buff


to a luxury treatment. There will be more beauty treatments available soon. A 20% discount is offered for your first visit on all services (see back page). Opening times - 7 days a week: Mon. to Wed. & Sat: 9am to 6pm Thursday & Friday: 9am to 8pm Sunday: 10am to 4pm Why not take yourself there for some pampering!


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Your Local Events A guide to what’s on in your area Every Tuesday at 11am Walk With Us - If you enjoy walking, meeting people and nature, then join the new walking group, meeting every Tuesday at the Hampton Vale Shops. For more information call Jenni on 248990 or just turn up on Tuesday mornings. 3rd September Peterborough Yacht Club’s Charity Day in aid of Magpas Helimedix Helicopter Emergency Response Team Games, Stalls, Tombola, Prize Draw, Bar open and Tea/Coffee available, plus Barbecue. Call either 390805 or 844641 for details. 7th September Town Hall - Reception Room Monthly lunch held in aid of the Mayor’s Charities. For more details call 322376 or email maries-kells@aol.comor - see page 6. 10th September @ 7.30pm Stamford Corn exchange Aladdinsane - David Bowie Tribute Night. Go back to the height of the Glam rock period from Ziggy Stardust working through Bowie’s colourful career. Tel. 01780 766455 10th September Hamptons Annual Autum Fayre, Hampton Vale Stalls, children’s activities, refreshments, entertainment & live music. Join in the fun! 11th September commencing at noon Cathedral Square Peterborough will be hosting yet another successful and popular Italian festival, with live entertainment, food tasting and lots more. See page 8. 17th & 18th September Sacrewell Farm Country Life and Shire Horse Show Come and join in the family fun at Sacrewell Farm. This annual show will be a fun-packed celebration of rural life. Call 01780 782254 or visit 18th September Ride for Ryder Take part in our exciting, challenging Sportif Event and raise money for Sue Ryder - Thorpe Hall Hospice. For more details call tel. 330060


18th September - 12 noon to 3pm Snug as a Bug at Ferry Meadow Make a mini bug hotel and get some tips on how to build one for the garden. No booking required. For further details call tel. 234193 22nd September - 1.30pm to 4.30pm Walk with a Ranger at Ferry Meadow Join Ian Lowe for a walk in and around Ferry Meadow. Tel. 234193 24th September Holiday Inn Thorpe Masquarade Ball in aid of East Anglia’s Children Hospice. For more details call 0777 1554 606 1st & 2nd October @ 10am to 4pm Holme 1940’s Weekend Life on the Home Front at Holmewood Hall Call Paul Archer on 07860342163 for details. 6th October @ 7.30pm Peterborough Museum - Inn & Taverns tour Find out about many Victorian pubs in the city and learn what Fen Ale was. For more details call tel. 452336 9th October East of England Autumn Show is returning to the East of England Showground. Perfect day out. See page 32 for further details

9th October The Perkins Great Eastern Run 2011 The race starts close to Peterborough Cathedral and finishes on the Embankment close to the River Nene, with a route taking you through the streets of Peterborough. For more information visit

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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 9.30am 10.00am and 10.15am- 10.45am Storytime Fridays 2.30pm - 3pm Codex Junior Reading Groups Thursdays 4.30pm - 5.30 Meet monthly for fun and games various dates. For further information call tel. 864538 Beginners’ Computers Tuesdays 11am - 12.30pm Everything you need to know to use a computer, email and surf the web. Adult Reading Groups Thursdays 4.30pm - 5.30pm Meet monthly various dates. For further information call tel. 864538 Silver Surfers Fridays 3pm to 4.30pm

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INDEX of Advertisers Accounting Services Linda Carr Accountants Stephenson Smart & Co. TaxAssist Accountants Aerials & Satellites Ace TV Aerial & Satellite Carpet & Flooring AHF Xpert Flooring Cleaning Services Carpet & Upholstery Clinic Computers Services Computer Man Progressive Computing Craft & Haberdashery Art & Stitch Dance & Exercise Classes Jazzercise Domestic Services Denise’s Cleaning Services WBCS Domestic Cleaners Dry Cleaners/Launderette Schoffields Dry Cleaners Electrician MM Electrical Services SCN Electrics Ltd Farm Shops Moor Farm Willlow Brook Farm Shop Caves Pet & Farm Shop Fitness & Sport Store Advance Performance

Financial Services 5 aa Chartered Acc. 25 31 Furniture AHF 15 Garage Doors Ridgeway 3 Garden Nurseries & Serv. 9 Cj’s Patio & Garden Serv. Olive Grove Nurseries Wyndham Landscapes 9 General Maintenance The Hampton Handyman 25 9 Gifts and Experiences Flying Lessons - FlyCB 5 Glaziers RA Baker



19 Insurance Brokers 20 HR Insurance Services Ironing Services 27 Hampton Iron Maiden 13 29 Launderette/Alterations Schoffields Dry Cleaners 23 Lighting Wrights Lights

Opticians Andrew Love Optical Co.



14 39 14

Plumbing & Heating Excel Gas Services TF Plumbing & Heating

21 22


Private Tuition John Barratt Mathematics


Property Maintenance B. Rollings Decorating Chris Ireson Painter & Dec. Oakdale Decorators

31 21 19

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

13 13 27 26 27

Sheds The Shed Shop


Solar Energy Solar Creations



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Taxis White Knight Cars Ltd.

21 19

Wedding Venues The Haycock Hotel


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Pet Services Caves Pet & Farm Shop



5 Hair & Beauty Root 66 Hair & Beauty Studio No. 4 9 The Tanning Lounge 7 Health, Fitness & Lifestyle Amanda Allport Clinic 7 Jazzercise One Leisure

Motor Services Express Autocare PNP Autofix

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