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December 2011

Your local guide to local businesses

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Dear Neighbours, Welcome to your December edition of ‘The Viewer’.

Contents Page Business Feature 8 Safe Local Trades 12/13 Willow Brook Farm

Regular Articles Christmas… yes, it is just round the corner! In fact we have 3 weeks to get all our shopping done. If you are still looking for that special gift, we have some great gift ideas in the magazine from handbags, gift voucher for a relaxing pampering day at some of our local hair and beauty salons to some real unusual items. So please take a look through, I’m sure you will find it helpful for this very important mission. We have again included lots of events and fun activities to keep yourself and the little ones entertained over this festive season. Also, on page 42 we have the last recommended postal dates to ensure you get those Christmas cards posted on time. Keeping to the Christmas theme, if you have a little one that you would like to surprise with a personalised letter from Santa - your local library is at hand, please see page 45. This month we have a competition for 2 tickets (for 13 to 17 year olds) to meet and greet ‘The Risk’ from XFactor at Liquid club. To enter - go to page 43. Finally, I would like to wish all our readers and advertisers a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year. Until next year!

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Recipe: Sachertorte Gardening: A real proper Chirstmas Tree Motor Review: Save money on motoring Humour: Worse than being talked about Book Review: Christmas Stories Beauty: ‘Tis the season to be glamorous Monthly Horoscopes

Local Information 6 & 18 27 - 29 34 42 44/45

Local Information Your Local Trades Sue Ryder’s Lights of Love Christmas Postal Dates Your Local and Library Events

Puzzles 14 Children’s Puzzle Page 22/36 Adults Puzzle Page/Sudoku

Special Features 20 The History of Christmas Carols 43 Competition - The Risk, X-Factor Finalists

Personalised Santa’s Letter Starting 3rd December see page 45

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.

Editor:

Ellie Melillo


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Stanground C of E Churches warmly welcomes you to celebrate Christmas with us! th

11 December 5pm~Christingle Service at St Michael & All Angels, Mace Road 18th December 9:30am~Christingle Service with worship band at St John the Baptist Church, Church St. 6:30pm~Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols at St John’s. 24th December 2pm~Blessing of the Crib Service at St Michael’s 11:30pm~Midnight Mass Service at St John’s 25th December 10am~Christmas Day Service at St Michael’s

We wish you all the blessings of our Lord Jesus Christ this Christmas and always. www.stangroundchurches.weebly.com

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Team “Safe Local Trades” Raise £3,900 For Age UK Peterborough!

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ach year, Peterborough-based Safe Local Trades organise fund-raising events for their chosen charity Age UK Peterborough. This year they took part in two events - a Tandem Skydive at Sibson Airfield on Sunday 2nd October and the Great Eastern Fun Run on 9th October. Both events were an overall success and the organiser, Eileen Le Voi, owner of Safe Local Trades, said “we would like to thank all our skydivers and runners for taking part in helping to raise £3,900 for this very worthy cause, and to everyone who supported us by donating to our teams." Part of the team included an 82 year old granddad, Brian Jennings from Yaxley, who signed up for the charity tandem skydive and raised over £500 in the process. Eileen said: “I am so incredibly proud of Brian. He is inspirational and epitomises that you are never too old to do anything. Brian was so brave and we were blessed with a cloudless warm day on the 2nd October, which made

Some of the fundraisers pictured with Eileen Le Voi, Owner of Safe Local Trades ( who is presenting cheque to David Bache, CEO of Age UK Peterborough are: from left to right Deb Page (Age UK), Steve Bedford (Drylining Systems), Emma Lane (AGF Building Services), Alastair Peat (Alfresco Landscaping), Brian Jennings (82 year old skydiver!)

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everyone’s experience even more enjoyable. After the event, Brian was recognised by the Evening Telegraph and was awarded the 'Pride of Peterborough' which he truly deserved". Eileen went on to say "it is a privilege to raise funds for Age UK – funds which help them to continue to deliver vital services to older people across Greater Peterborough.” David Bache, CEO of Age UK Peterborough said “We are absolutely delighted with this money and can’t thank Eileen and all the team enough. Without compassionate companies, such as safelocaltrades.com, we simply wouldn’t be able to provide the level of service that older people in Peterborough need so badly.”

www.safelocaltrades.com provides free access to highly recommended, vetted and approved local tradesmen

Tel: 0800 014 1832

Top Left: Brian Jennings, age 82, during his tandem skydive freefall. Bottom right: Eileen Le Voi with Sally Gunnelll


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LAKESIDE CAFE & BAR Next to the Watersport Centre, Ferry Meadows

Tel: 01733 370293 lakesidecafeandbar@yahoo.co.uk www.lakesidecafeandbar.blogsport.com Ann, Jess & Staff welcome you to...

THE CHERRY TREE Where we serve quality food at sensible prices Bookings NOW being taken for senior citizens Christmas Lunches Thursday 9th December and Friday 15th December Traditional Christmas Dinner £15

Senior Citizens Special Monday to Friday - 12pm to 2pm Main Course £4.25 - 2 Course Lunch £5.50 Function Room available for Private Parties / Private Catering by request

Sunday Lunches Served 12pm to 3.30pm 2 courses £8.95, 3 Courses £10.95

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ABC Quality Meats A Traditional Family Butchers offering a choice of excellent quality meats and frozen foods all at extremely competitive prices. Catch our Meat Van in Ham Lane (near Ferry Meadows) every Saturday or visit our Brand New Shop: 12 Sabre Way, Edgerley Drain Road, Peterborough. PE1 5EJ Visit our website for more details

www.abcmeats.co.uk • Open 7 days a week to Everyone • Free Parking

Opening Hours: Lunchtime: Tuesday - Saturday 12pm to 2pm Evening: Tuesday - Saturday 5.30pm to late

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Willow Brook Farm Shop and Traditional Butchers

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e pride ourselves on having one of the largest displays of fresh meat on sale in the region. The majority of which is reared on our own farm or locally sourced. Meat can be cut to individual requirements. Customers come from a wide area to buy our meat, handmade pork pies and meat pies which are made using only the best quality ingredients. We have achieved many awards for our quality and the service we provide our customers. We are a traditional butchers, but are aware that today’s enthusiastic food lovers like to experiment with modern cuts of meat. Therefore endeavour to provide our customers with these special requirements. Orders can be taken in the farm shop, over the telephone or by email. We also have a local delivery service.

Christmas orders are now being taken designed to suit every taste and pocket.


Traditionally home-reared and locally sourced meat and poultry for your Festive Celebrations!

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Christmas Hamper: 10lb free range turkey, 2lb meat joint, 2lb bacon joint, 1lb sausage meat, 1lb chipolata sausages & 1lb streaky bacon. Only £55 Butchers Selection: 4lb boned gammon joint, 12 pigs in blankets, 1lb streaky bacon, 1lb minced beef, 1lb sausage meat & 1lb chipolatas. Only £25 Christmas for 2: One free range chicken, 4 pigs in blankets, 1lb chipolatas, 1lb sausage meat, 1/2lb streaky bacon & 1 hand-raised pork pie. Only £19.99

Granary Christmas Lunch or Evening Meal - NOW taking Bookings Senior Citizen Days: Wed. & Thurs. - Farm House Breakfast £3.99 9am to 11.30am Main Meals £5, Pudding £2.50 - 12 noon to 2.30pm

Visit www.willowbrookfarmshop.co.uk for more information Granary Open: Tuesday to Friday 9am - 4pm, Saturday 8.30am - 5pm & Sunday 9am - 4pm Farm Shop Open: Tuesday to Friday 7am - 5.30pm, Saturday 8am - 4pm, Sunday 10am - 4pm

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

The Granary at Willow Brook Farm 16th Century converted grain store, that offers great quality, home produced food with a warm welcome and friendly service. Running up to the Christmas period we are offering Christmas lunches and evenings meals on selective dates. We update our website regularly for you to follow our theme nights and special events, as well as special offers in the Granary and also the Willow Brook Farm Shop.

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We are ideally situated in the countryside, which makes a fantastic start for visiting Castor Hanglands and Swaddywell Nature Reserve, which is especially beautiful in the Autumn and Winter with the crisp and frosty mornings. Why not take a walk, and park for free if you are a customer, before coming and enjoying hot drinks, snacks or a home cooked breakfast at The Granary?

The Granary serves all day home cooked breakfasts. We have a popular range of traditional lunches, puddings and homemade cake. Senior Citizen days on Wednesdays and Thursdays, home cooked breakfast for only £3.99, traditional lunches for only £5, and puddings £2.50!

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GARDENING

By Pippa Greenwood

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f you’re worried that real trees are not good for the planet, don’t forget that a British grown tree is most definitely not an ecological disaster zone – if you think about it, they’re a crop plant rather like a field of wheat except that they are generally given less fertiliser and fewer chemicals than many more run of the mill crop plants. So go on, make sure you buy one this Christmas! There are a few things you ought to think about before you buy your tree, faced with rows of different types at often very varying prices. It can be really daunting, so have a read of my guide to real Christmas trees: The Norway spruce (Picea abies) is the traditional tree, my favourite but perhaps not a favourite if you are more house proud. It has gorgeous dark green pointed needles and that unmistakable aroma but sadly it is the most likely to drop its needles. Having said that, if you treat it well, it won’t perform that badly and you can enjoy the lowest cost of the real trees. The Scots pine is now a regular option as a Christmas tree, with its long paired bluegreen needles it’s quite distinctive. The needles are fairly densely packed on the branches and they also hold quite well.

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The Serbian Spruce (Picea omorica) has long been the favourite festive tree in central Europe, as it’s good looking and has good needle holding… but of course no Christmas-tree smell! The Nordman fir (Abies nordmanniana) has become increasingly popular in recent years, with its shiny green needles being almost impossible to shift, so certainly a good choice for those who hate any mess. The Fraser fir (Abies fraseri) is less regularly available, but the combination of its good looks and needle holding capacity make it well worth considering. So, you’ve been persuaded to take the plunge, I hope? But how do you make sure you buy the best tree of the type you’ve decided on? And how do you help it keep its needles and its gorgeous appearance for as long as possible? It’s important not to buy a real tree too early as the longer they hang around after they’ve been cut, the more likely they are to go downhill. I always try to buy a tree produced by a member of the British Christmas Tree Growers Association – the BCTGA logo should be on the tree or clearly displayed nearby. Take a bit of time to choose the tree – check that it has a good, full shape and that its not too gappy


or lop-sided (or if it has the leans make sure that this will be hidden when the tree is in your house). Check the needles - they need to be glossy (for those varieties where this is a characteristic) and the correct colour for the type of tree you’ve chosen. They also need to be free from pests and diseases - basically anything yellowed or inclined to shed, or with white fluffy bits should be avoided at all costs. Never buy a tree that has already been netted as this makes it a real lucky dip situation.

supplied with water then even the notorious (but lovely) Norway spruce Christmas tree should hold its needles well. When Christmas is over and it’s time for the tree to come down, complete the green-loop and make sure you recycle it – they’re not the easiest thing to recycle or compost at home, but many councils and garden centres now offer a recycling and Christmas tree chipping service.

If you do buy one quite early then the most important thing is to keep it outside just re-cut the end of the trunk (yes, its time to dig out your DIY saw) and put the tree in a bucket of water in a sheltered spot outside. If it was in a net when you bought it, remove this as it’s important to have air circulating around the needles. When you bring the tree inside, try to avoid putting it anywhere too warm or close to a heat source and make sure that you use a stand with a water reservoir with water levels really well topped up – if kept well

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Local Art at

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he Gallery in Woodston was officially opened by the Mayor of Peterborough Paula Thacker earlier this month and is now open to the public. The Gallery is a totally independent showroom specifically aimed at creative and innovative art. It provides a one stop shopping experience for people looking to purchase works created by local artists. There is a host of affordable art, stunning pottery, mosaic glass, bronze sculptures, oils, textile art, prints and cards. The Gallery offers a great opportunity to shop local, as well as finding that personal and unique Christmas gift and with 1000 square foot of space you will find pieces of work starting from as little as £10, ensuring that there is something for all art lovers, even with the smallest of budgets. All works on display are for sale with clearly labelled details of artist’s name, medium used and price and come with a certificate of Authenticity to validate its uniqueness. And if you can’t find that exact piece that you are looking for you can commission your very own unique piece of work through direct access to the artist. In addition to exhibitions local artists will be giving demonstrations of their own work

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during the ‘live artist’ sessions and local tutors will provide adult learning workshops to small groups. A full programme will be available in January. The Gallery is open from Wednesday to Friday 11am until 6pm and Saturday 10am to 5pm and outside these hours we welcome private group viewings by appointment. It is located at 3 Aston Business Park, Shrewsbury Avenue, (Behind the Party Shop), Woodston, Peterborough PE2 7BF. Only 1.5 miles from the City Centre and train station. The Citibus 1 operates a 10 minutes service between Shrewsbury Avenue and Town. Admission is FREE and there is ample free parking For £20 annual subscription you will be personally updated about new artists exhibiting at The Gallery and receive information about open evenings, launches, workshops and live artists sessions. Please email thegallerypeterborough@virginmedia.com or telephone 01733 306246.

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The History of Christmas Carols

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he tradition of Christmas carols hails back as far as the thirteenth century. Carols were originally communal songs sung during celebrations such as harvest tide as well as Christmas. It was only later that carols were sung in church, and to be specifically associated with Christmas. In England, and some other countries (i.e. Poland and Bulgaria), there is a tradition of Christmas carolling (earlier known as wassailing), in which groups travel from house to house, singing carols, for which they are often rewarded with money, mince pies, or a glass of an appropriate drink. The word wassail comes from a Saxon expression ‘waeshael’ meaning ‘to your health.’ The wassail bowl was very common in England at Christmas, and great fanfare and ceremony was made while drinking from it. As years went by, wassail came to mean any sort of Christmas toast. SILENT NIGHT One of the most beloved Christmas carols, Silent Night, originated in the tiny village of Oberndorf in the Austrian mountains. The story goes that the day before Christmas Eve in 1818, Father Joseph Mohr, pastor of Saint Nicholas church, discovered that the church organ was broken meaning there would be no music for his midnight mass. Taking a verse he had written two years previously he travelled several miles through the snow to his friend Franz Gruber, a school teacher and musician, and Gruber set it to music. At midnight mass, Father Mohr and Gruber, accompanied only by Gruber’s guitar, sang the gentle song, “Silent Night, Holy Night,” for the first time. "StilleNacht! HeiligeNacht!" can easily be called the world's best-loved Christmas carol. It has been translated into nearly

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300 languages and dialects. Its message of heavenly peace sets the theme for Christmas celebrations around the globe. The song was sung simultaneously in English and German by troops during the Christmas truce of 1914, as it was one of the few carols that soldiers on both sides of the frontline knew.

Silent night, holy night All is calm all is bright Round yon virgin Mother and Child Holy infant so tender and mild Sleep in heavenly peace Sleep in heavenly peace Silent night, holy night, Shepherds quake at the sight. Glories stream from heaven afar, Heav'nly hosts sing Alleluia; Christ our Saviour is born; Christ our Saviour is born. Silent night, holy night, Son of God, love's pure light Radiant beams from Thy holy face, With the dawn of redeeming grace, Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth; Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. Picture: The Silent Night Chapel in Oberndorf, photo by Gakuro.


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We do all our own breeding of rabbits and guinea pigs. Hamsters, lovely fluffy bunny rabbits and squeaky guinea pigs all waiting for lots of cuddles. We also stock lovely runs and houses, feeds, bowls, hay/straw, sawdust, treats, toys. Every need catered for. Dog, cat, chicken, parrot, bird and wild bird feed also available, so why not come and have a look!

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Your Local Trades PAUL IRVING Painting & Decorating Services Painting ~ Wallpaper Hanging ~ Carpentry Artex & Coving ~ Wall and Floor Tiling ___________________________________________________________

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Your local Trades Your Local Emergency Plumber Kevin Williams Plumbing and Heating

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

Trading for 25 years Fensa registered

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CELEBRATE YOUR SPECIAL MEMORIES OF LOVED ONES WITH SUE RYDER’S

LIGHTS OF LOVE

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ue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice is inviting people this Christmas to celebrate their special memories of loved ones and share them with others by taking part in its annual Lights of Love campaign.

The hospice will host a Lights of Love event at the hospice in Peterborough on Sunday 18th December at 5.30pm to give people the opportunity to celebrate their most cherished memories. Sue Ryder’s Lights of Love is an annual campaign which gives people the chance to make a dedication in honour of a person who is special to them. Julie Laithwaite at Sue Ryder comments: “Lights of Love” gives people the opportunity to come together to remember and make a special dedication to a person who has touched or inspired their life. Many people find it difficult to cope with bereavement especially at Christmas when family and friends come together to celebrate”. A recent survey conducted by Sue Ryder* revealed that over half of people (59%) choose to celebrate the life of a loved one at Christmas by sharing their fondest memories with friends and family. Results also showed that 61% find it helpful to talk openly about their feelings and memories of their loved ones as a way of coping with bereavement during the festive season. Julie added: “Memories are forever and they are a precious gift. It is important to take the time to remember the people who have played a vital role in our lives loving us, helping us to achieve our full potential and sharing with us our happy and sad moments”. TV presenter Kate Thornton, a keen supporter of Sue Ryder, says, “I'm delighted to support Sue Ryder’s Lights of Love campaign this Christmas. It's a wonderful way for people to support each other and

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come together for a magical evening to remember loved ones, at what can often be a difficult and emotional time of year. "I've seen first-hand the wonderful care and compassion that Sue Ryder's staff provide at their hospices for people living with complex and end-of-life conditions. They do an amazing job and I would urge people everywhere to support the charity's Lights of Love campaign, either through attending one of their Christmas services or by making a donation”. If you would like to receive more information about Lights of Love or request a Lights of Love pack please contact Julie Laithwaite on 01733 330060. People keen to dedicate a Light of Love will be encouraged to give a donation of their choice to Sue Ryder. Everyone making a dedication and a donation will receive a Lights of Love Christmas star on which they can write a personal message before hanging it on their tree at home or sending it back to the hospice. People attending the Lights of Love event at Thorpe Hall will also have their dedication entered in the Book of Celebrations available at the hospice. For more information about Sue Ryder please visit www.sueryder.org


Santosha Yoga Yoga classes in City Centre, Alwalton and Hampton Hargate Beginners to Advanced students welcome

Drop in prices / courses or class packs offered with concession rates Call Andrea on 01733 244902 for details or www.santoshayoga.co.uk

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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.

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CHRISTMAS CROSSWORD Across 2. The celebration of the Eucharist (4) 4. The wise men (4) 6. Evergreen climbing plant (3) 8. Public house (3) 9. Colour of trees (5) 10. One of the gifts brought by the Three Wise Men (4) 11. Term referring to God (4) 14. Great happiness (3) 15. Toys particularly for girls (5) 16. Transport used on snow (4) 17. Often filled with mincemeat (3) 19. Santa's helpers (5) Down 1. Noisy celebrations (10) 2. Amazing or wonderful occurrence (7) 3. 26th December (6,3) 5. Heavenly creature (5) 7. The season around Christmas (8) 12. Cooking method for turkey and chestnuts (5) 13. Popular Christmas colour (3) 14. Special anniversary (7) 17. Coniferous tree (4) 18. Gifts given to children (4)

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and need to be regularly moisturised. Apply a day cream in the morning and a ‘heavier’ night cream in the evening to keep moisture levels topped up. Oily skin shouldn’t be neglected. It too needs moisturising - a ‘light’ product works best, and should be used twice daily.

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Combination skin must be managed using a specially formulated range, in order to balance the dry and oily sections of the face.

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Don’t forget the delicate eye area too - use an eye cream daily to avoid wrinkles.

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t’s that time of year again. The annual office get-together and accepting more invites to nights out with the girls than you could ever possibly attend. Christmas is great, but all that socialising can become stressful and a packed diary means less time to prepare for those all important dates. So, what you really need is an easy, effective and well-planned beauty routine that’s going to save you hours getting ready, guarantee you’ll look gorgeous and ensure that you’re the centre of attention - for all the right reasons. Being transformed from dingy to dazzling doesn’t have to take long, but preparation is certainly essential. Book hair appointments well in advance; it’s the busiest time of year for stylists and a marvelous mane is a must-have accessory. As great as it is to try out a new look, be cautious around the holiday season - hair disasters are sure to kill party spirit! Instead stick to a look that you know suits you and that’s easy to manage - leave the re-styles until the new year. Cold winter days, centrally heated rooms and the usual bouts of seasonal flu can play havoc with your skin, leaving it dull, dry and lifeless. So it’s a good time to take notice of your skin type and invest in a routine that will leave it glowing. Dry, sensitive types suffer more in the winter

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With hair styled and skin prepped, its time to find your perfect party make-up look. It’s a good idea to take advantage of the free makeovers offered by most of the top beauty brands at your local department store. Having a specialist consultant offer their expertise when it comes to the way you apply your make-up can result in a great new look for you. After all, it’s so easy to become stuck in a make-up rut. And you get to try out the products before you buy. Take notice of professional application tips and invest in the right tools - quality make-up brushes leave a great finish. Establishing what you want from your cosmetics means that you can find the right ones for you. Long lasting foundations, lengthening mascaras and vibrant lipsticks work wonders for evening, and will help keep you looking great into the small hours. And finally, get your nails looking as polished as you are. Repair breakage and reinforce damage to the nail surface with a strengthening treatment. File and shape before applying lashings of colour. Or, for a really fashion-forward look, try the latest trend - nail wraps. They’re cute, creative, fun and perfect for a party. With everything now in place to make you look fabulous, all that’s left to do is enjoy every minute of the best time of year and make this Christmas one to remember.


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For December 2011 - By Astrologer Christine Chalklin SAGITTARIUS NOV. 23 - DEC. 21 Mars continues to animate and energize the most pivotal point in your chart. Jupiter highlights your work and your energy levels and sense of timing are good during this cycle. Others find you easy to be around, even inspiring and energizing, and are attracted to your assertiveness and courage. CAPRICORN DEC. 22 - JAN. 20 December is a strong month for creative pursuits and love matters. Romantic Venus is in your sign until the 21st. Your ambition is also heightened and opportunities may emerge from unexpected quarters. Your ruler is in Libra and you’ll need to find a balance when it comes to family matters. AQUARIUS JAN. 21 - FEB. 18 The Sun and Mercury are travelling through the social sector of your chart, bringing new friends and colleagues on to the scene. Then after the 14th as Mercury turns direct, you should experience positive motivation to further your business goals and professional interests which improve your income. PISCES FEBRUARY 19 – MARCH 20 Financial matters need careful attention this month as Uranus moves forward in the money sector of your chart. You have all of the necessary tools at your disposal to make important changes to your spending and borrowing habits. Work can be demanding but also motivating. ARIES MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 Your ruler, the energetic and fiery Mars is in practical Virgo and is now travelling through the work, fitness and wellness sector of your chart. You feel inspired and motivated to take better care of yourself. Adventure beckons and the eclipse on the 10th gets you to view the future with much broader vision. TAURUS APRIL 21 - MAY 21 December will be a transformational month for Taurus. Venus, your ruler, is in practical Capricorn where powerful Pluto resides. Several areas of your life will come under intense scrutiny now. The eclipse on the 10th brings your finances into the spotlight & new ways of earning money may come to light.

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GEMINI MAY 22 - JUNE 21 Your ruling planet Mercury will turn direct on the 14th, this is good news as all communications and plan that have been delayed can now start moving again. Energetic Mars in practical Virgo is stirring up your home and domestic life & new and creative ways of working can now emerge. CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 22 Uranus, planet of surprises, is on the move again and after the 10th your Solar house of ambition and career is in the spotlight. An exciting opportunity may come your way, be prepared to have a broader perspective on all areas of your life. Communication works well and confidence is high. LEO JULY 23 - AUGUST 23 The Sun and Mercury light up the playful area of your chart & you’re ready for excitement and adventure. People that you meet tend to stir you into new ways of thinking and new opportunities to travel and to further your education could arise. Demonstrating the perfect balance of self-assertion and cooperation is vital. VIRGO AUG. 24 - SEPT. 22 The Sun and Mercury warm the domestic area of your chart. During this cycle, you are especially fond of life at home and with family. You’ll feel more receptive and gentle on a romantic level, and tend to be sentimental or nostalgic now. The eclipse on the 10th brings vibrant new energy. LIBRA SEPT. 23 - OCT. 23 You are accustomed to making everyone else in your life happy, but this month you can tend to your own needs without guilt. Venus, your ruling planet, is in practical, hard working Capricorn and it's a time for pushing your own personal projects and interests ahead. SCORPIO OCT. 24 - NOV. 22 Three planets light up two very personal areas of your chart bringing your values, your communication and your self-expression to the forefront. Powerful Pluto, your ruler, is strong in ambitious Capricorn. You are in the position to assert your personal influence on others.


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American Kenpo Karate Hampton Hargate Community Room Mondays - Children 7pm to 8pm / Adults 8pm to 9pm

Matley Community Centre, Orton Brimbles Thursdays - Children 7pm to 8pm / Adults 8pm to 9pm

For more details call Andy on Tel: 07505 799702 Email: manofwarandpeace@hotmail.com www.englishkenpo.co.uk

Monday The Village Hall, Glebe Ave, Orton Waterville @ 5.30pm & 7.30pm Call Charlotte on 07882 652209 Tuesday The Fleet, Fleet Way, Fletton @ 9.30am Call Yasmin on 01733 325319 Wednesday The Belsize Community Centre, Celta Road, Woodston @ 7.30pm Call Alison on 07851 426886

Thursday The New Stanground Community Centre, Whittlesey Road. @ 5.30pm & 7pm Call Wendy on 07903 880519 Napier Place Sheltered Housing, Orton Wistow Thursday @ 7.30pm Call Gina on 07763 574352 Saturday Hampton Hargate Community Room, Hargate Way, Hampton @ 9.30am Call Scott on 07734 364138

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Competition Win 2 tickets and Meet & Greet

The Risk X-Factor Finalists on Wednesday 21st December 2011

At Liquid & Envy Simply answer the following question: Q. What was the last song that the Risk sung before leaving the X-Factor. Please email your answer to: ellie@theviewer.org.uk with the following information: • Full Name • Mobile Number • Email Address Your details will be added to the main SJB Events database for updates on all events. Please inform us if you don’t wish to join the database. Closing Date: 16th December 2011

Puzzle Answers Quick Crossword

Sudoku

Across: 2 Mass, 4 Magi, 6 Ivy, 8 Inn, 9 Green, 10 Gold, 11 Lord, 14 Joy, 15 Dolls, 16 Sled, 17 Pie, 19 Elves.

Down: 1 Wassailing, 2 Miracle, 3 Boxing Day, 5 Angel, 7 Yuletide, 12 Roast, 13 Red, 14 Jubilee, 17 Pine, 18 Toys

The winner will be informed via text, phone call or email before 19th December by SJB Events & Entertainments (this is an under 18’s event). Good Luck

Kids Puzzle Missing numbers: 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, 54, 60, 66, 72, 78 Anagram: Rudolph

Wordsearch - Hidden Phrase: At Christmas, all roads lead home Marjorie Holmes

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Your Local Events A guide to what’s on in your area

December

January

27th November to 24th December Nene Valley Railway - Santa Special For more information tel: 01780 784444 or visit www.nvr.org.uk

31st December to 1st January New Year’s Eve Party at Cathedral Square Hosted by BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, the evening will feature a fireworks display at midnight preceded by a full evening of music, fun and anticipation.

1st to 14th Burghley House, Stamford Crafts for Christmas For more details 01780 752451 4th Pigeon Farm Christmas Fayre -This will be the fourth year we shall hold this very popular event. For more details call 271020 5th & 6th, 12th & 13th, 19th & 20th December Pigeon Farm Breakfast with Santa Families book a table in the restaurant where they eat a delicious cooked breakfast. The festive atmosphere is complete when Santa arrives and sits in his rocking chair by the roaring log fire and meets the children, have a chat and give them a pre-Christmas present. Book now and secure your place. For more details call 271020. 8th December To 8th January Key Theatre - Aladdin Pantomime For further details call 207239 13th to 23rd (plus 6 more dates) The Cresset Theatre Cinderella - Panto is back at the Cresset with a bang this Christmas as the magical story of a beautiful girl meeting her handsome prince comes to life in the classic tale of Cinderella. For details call tel. 265705 16th @ 7.30pm Peterborough Cathedral Christmas Concert Join us for this year’s Christmas Concert and be a part of hundreds of voices singing carols in the perfect surroundings of our glorious Cathedral. For further details call tel. 452336 18th Sue Ryder’s Lights of Love See page 34 for more details

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04 January 2012 @ 10am to 12noon Ferry Meadows Winter bird watching walk Bring your binoculars and join Chris Park for a morning birdwatching walk around Ferry Meadows. Meeting at Visitor centre. Booking required. Please call 01733 234193 to book a place on this walk - Free of charge 20 January 2011@ 1.15pm to 4pm Ferry Meadows Walk with the ranger Free of charge Join Ranger Ian Lowe for a walk around Ferry Meadows pointing out things of interest and answering questions. Booking essential - meet at Visitor centre. Call 234193 or email visitor.services@neneparktrust.org.uk 28th @ 7.30pm Stamford Corn Exchange Mercury - The Ultimate Queen Tribute For more details please call 01780 766455 30 January 2011@ 10am to 12 noon Ferry Meadows - Big Garden Bird Watch Children are invited to come along and help the junior branch of the RSPB with our Big Garden Bird Watch survey. Meeting at Ferry Meadows Visitor Centre Booking required - For more information please call 01733 234193 or e-mail chris.park@neneparktrust.org.uk

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Your Local Library Times & Regular Events Stanground Library, Lawson Avenue

Seasonal Events

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 3.00pm - 3.30pm

Rhymetime Tuesday at 10.00am to 10.30am

Junior Reading Group Every four weeks on a Monday @ 3.30pm-4.30 Ask at the library for the next meeting date

Family Craft Events Come along to our drop in session and make patchwork paper decorations, seasonal finger puppets and other winter characters inspired by stories. Ages 6-11 years. 17th December at 10.00am to 12.00pm For more details call Hampton Library on 864538. This event is FREE of charge

Family History Group

Santa’s Letter

Ever wondered about your ancestors? If so, please speak to a member staff

Why not post your letter to Santa at Stanground library where Santa’s helpers will collect them. Santa has been busy getting presents ready for children all over the world, but he still has time to send a personalised reply. We will have a special post box and reply letters can be collected the next time they visit the library.

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 Friday: 2pm - 5.30pm Saturday: 9.30am - 1.30pm Reading Group for Adults

Starting from Saturday 3rd December. Replies can be collected up to Friday 23rd December, within normal opening hours. There is no charge for this service.

Last Wednesday of each month 3pm to 4pm

Story Time for under 5’s Tuesday 10am - 10.15am

Rhyme Time Fridays 2.15pm - 2.45pm

Silvers 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 ortonlibrary@vivacitypeterborough.com

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INDEX of Advertisers Accounting Services aa Accountants City Accountants TaxAssist Accountants Activities Lakeside Bowling Aerials & Satellites PSV AV Blinds Blinds in Harmony Bluebell Blinds Sunline Blinds Butchers ABC Quality Meats Carpet & Flooring Hampton Carpets/Flooring Carpenters LM Carpentry & Joinery Chiropodist Cathy How Cleaning Services Carpet & Upholstery Clinic Stainbusters Complete Clean Xtreme Clean Xtreme Window Cleaning Clearance Outlets D & M Clearance Computers Services Progressive Computer Craft & Haberdashery Art & Stitch Pondskipper Crafts Cycles Greenwheel Cycles Dance & Exercise Classes Jazzercise Domestic Appliances G.B. Domestics (UK) Domestic Services WBCS

Electrician 5 MM Electrical Services 29 Farm Shops 22 Cave Pet & Farm Shop Willow Brook Farm Shop 15 Fashion Designer Leathers 9 Financial / Insurance HR Insurance Brokers 33 Oakwood Insurance 9 Garden Nurseries/Services 42 Scenic Gardens Wyndham Landscapes 12 Gifts and Flowers Daisy Chain Florist 6 Olivia Flowers & Gifts Ray of Sunshine 27 Glazier RA Baker Glaziers 35 Hair & Beauty Nail Eclipse 19 Pure Elegance Make-up 27 Root 66 /Tanning Lounge 7 Sapphire Smooth 21 Health, Fitness & Lifestyle American Kenpo Karate 33 Andy’s Personal Training Ashwood Chiropractic 18 Santosha Yoga Slimming World 19 Kitchens/Beds./Baths. 19 Hurford & Tebbutt Kits/Bed Motor Services 3 Mister Car Shine PNP Autofix 35 Express Auto Care Pet Services 27 Caves Pet & Farm Shop Paw 2 Paw 29 Pharmacists Hall the Chemist

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Photographers Dave Porter Photography Discovery Photographic Plumbing & Heating Services Jones Heating K. Williams Plumbing & Heating P.E.P. Heating & Plumbing Property Maintenance KP Home Improvements Ltd. Paul Irving Painting & Dec. Rodney Hall Plastering Psychic Medium Angelite Restaurants/Pubs/ Takeaways Antonino’s Pizzeria Lakeside Café Riva The Cherry Tree The Haycock Hotel The White Swan Roofing Ascot Roofing Shopping Centre/Store Rivergate Shopping Centre Taxis White Knight Cars Ltd. Tilers & Tiles Supply Paul Smith Ceramics Upton Ceramics Trade Associations Safe Local Trades Veterinary Practice Vet Savers Wedding Venues The Haycock Hotel Windows, Doors & Cons. Profile Windows & Conservatory

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