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CRICKET WEEK AND BEER FESTIVAL Burghley Park Cricket Week and Beer Festival has been growing year on year and this year the club plan to make it even bigger! Held, as always, in the first full week in July and kindly sponsored again by Hindmarch & Co (Stamford) Ltd, the week commences on Monday 2 July and goes on until Friday 6 July.

CONTAINERS IN BLOOM The unusual containers in Deeping St James, this year planted with a Jubilee theme, are not only humorous, inventive and glorious examples of summer colour but they are also a great way to socialise, as neighbours get together over the garden gate and discuss their entries into this year’s competition. The competition this year will see the containers on view throughout the village of Deeping St James from 30 June until 13 July, ready for judging under RHS East Midlands in Bloom. Maps can be purchased for just £1 from DSJ Parish Council Stand at the Rose and

The week consists of all day games, on each day of the week, starting at 10.30am. From 6pm every evening, the ever popular Burghley Park six-a-side competition takes place. This year is the 54th year of the six a side competition or the ‘Burghley Sixes’, as it has become popularly known, and it is proving as popular as ever with crowds starting to get back to the numbers attending in those heady days of the 60’s. 16 local village teams are invited to take part with three games being played each evening starting at 6pm. The semi finals and final take place on the Friday evening, with a live band performing after the sixes final on the Friday evening. In the last few years another highlight has been the introduction of a real ale festival in the ‘Forest Garden Services’ marquee. At least 20 real ales are available each day and evening during the week and so it is worth visiting the Park. The beer tent this year will be a great vantage point to watch the Olympic torch go by as it enters and exits Burghley Park on Tuesday 3 July!

Sweet Pea Show, Saturday 30 June, 1-4pm, Priory Church Gardens, Church St. Deeping St James or from the Council Stand at the Carnival, John Eve Field, Market Deeping,

Welcome to the June edition of the Community Scene!


With plenty of news this month, our communities are busy celebrating, planning and organising. Deeping St James is working on unusual containers in bloom, Burghley Park Cricket week is on in early July, the Rotary in Deeping have been helping with health checks, Yellow Beetle Challenge continues its tremendous fundraising and the Corn Exchange in


Stamford triumphs! If you’re looking to fill some diary dates, take a look at pages 30 & 31. For our giveaways this month, see page 24 for your chance to win a £20 voucher for Cycle Wright and page 31 for tickets to see Roy Chubby Brown.


Contents Community

Festival Fashion Health, Hair & Beauty

4 –15

17 20 – 25

Cycle Wright voucher giveaway


Our Family Scene pages are all about getting out and

The Wonderful World of Bees


about. There really is so much going on in this area at

What’s on

the moment so get planning!

Chubby Brown ticket giveaway

Stay in touch if you’re planning a local event

30 & 31 31

Motoring; Audi TT

34 – 36

Family Scene

38 & 39


40 & 41

Book recommendations


Finance 49

Heidi X

Trade directory

52 & 53

Saturday 7 July or from the Post Office in Deeping St James or Tilly Jo’s Flower Shop, Church St. Deeping St James.

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DEEPING SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB SUMMER BALL Deeping Sports & Social Club is holding its 1st Annual Summer Ball at Outgang Road on Saturday 23 June. A Marquee to accommodate 200 people will be added to the Main Bar and Function Room with guests receiving a three course meal and entertainment by “The Kommitments”


and Michael Dean Disco.

A total of 107 people recently had their Blood Pressure measured

and The Deeping Men’s Group.

in the two caravans set up in the Rainbow car park outside the Cooperative Store in Market Deeping. Of these 14 were advised to have a routine follow up by their GP in the next month, four people were advised to seek an urgent appointment with their

A Silent Auction and Tombola stall aims to raise funds for Parkinson’s UK Bourne branch

For further details regarding ticket sales or donations contact Sharon Paul on 07523 861289

GP in the next week and 89 people required no further action. Although the total number of people having their Blood Pressure measured has fallen from a high of 217 in 2008, the nurses still felt that this is a worthwhile exercise for the community. The Rotary Club wishes to thank the local Nurses, Rotarian volunteers and the Stroke Association for their support and for making the day possible.

BOOT CAMP COMES TO STAMFORD The Crown Hotel, Stamford, part of All Saints’ Hotels Limited was pleased to host the launch of a new business, Mojo Boot Camp recently. Mojo Boot Camp is a new company promoting

BOURNE CIVIC SERVICE The Town Mayor’s Civic Service is being held on Sunday 17 June, 11am at

health and fitness. Mojo Boot Camp has been created by local, highly experienced personal trainers who are committed to promoting the importance of health and well being.

Bourne Abbey Church of St Peter & St Paul. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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• Bosch Demo Vehicle • See Solar Panels working • Thermal and PV information Come and see us the Deeping Show 2nd-3rd June • Help and advice on all aspects of renewable energy • Gas and Oil Boilers


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With the warmer weather here, maybe now is the time to take a trip out to the picturesque village of Peakirk to visit Realitas Community Arts Centre. With thousands of art and craft exhibits, free demonstrations and an onsite fossil museum, a trip to the Centre is an educational experience for the whole family. In addition, visitors can purchase the original art and craft exhibits to support the running of the Centre. Educational shopping, now that has got to be good!

Stamford’s Corn Exchange Theatre Company has won Small Employer of the Year 2012 in a region-wide competition

About Realitas Realitas Community Arts Centre is Peterborough’s largest charitable art and craft centre. Located in an old railway granary, the Centre provides 6,000 square feet of space for over 150 local artists and crafts people to exhibit their work. In addition, the Centre provides a range of demonstrations, workshops and art & craft as therapy sessions. There is also an on-site tea room so visitors can put their feet up with a cuppa after viewing the exhibits.





Board. The theatre is committed to

The Yellow Beetle Challenge is a locally based

developing skills in education and the

group, led by Mike Shattock. Mike’s wife, Samantha, suffered a

arts, works with scores of volunteers

cardiac arrest at the age of 41 and as a result of her heart stopping

and has created opportunities for two

for over forty minutes, Samantha was left with a severe hypoxic brain


is now cared for at The Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability (RHN) in

The theatre was nominated by Boston

Putney, SW London. The hospital is one of the oldest independent

College. The college have supported the

hospitals and medical charity in the UK.

theatres apprentices by creating and delivering

a work place qualification

Mike and his fellow challengers have completed one mammoth set of

in customer service tailored to the

goals and have now embarked on the second wave, including the recently

individual needs and circumstances of the

completed The London Marathon, a cycle ride from Land’s End to John


O’Groats and a coast-to-coast walk from Whitehaven to Sunderland.

The Corn Exchange Theatre Company project is an ongoing development,

More than just an art and craft centre

In addition, the Granary is home to Fossils Galore a fossil and mineral museum. Fossils Galore provides an educational centre for all ages about the prehistoric life that lies beneath our feet. It also offer a range of fun actives for kids.


injury. After time at Peterborough and Lincoln hospitals, Samantha

Opened by the Mayor of Peterborough in May 2011, the Centre has already been visited by over 3,000 Peterborough residents, many returning again and again to see the new exhibits. There is no entrance fee and ample parking.

Also located at the Granary are a range of creative enterprises including a stone mason, landscape artist, Beverley Porter jewellery making and repairs, a carpenter, a cobbler, a musical instrument maker and an art and craft tutor as well as a brand new beauty parlour.

organised by the Lincolnshire and


The initial challenge was to raise £10,000 for the RHN, through a series of

having recently seen renovations to the

fundraising and awareness raising events. Through all of the support and

downstairs bar area. Patrons can now

donations, this target has now been extended to £30,000.

enjoy the Theatre Lounge before, during and after performances.

Recent support has come from Encore Dance Academy, through their show Realitas Community Arts Centre is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 – 17:00 and Sunday from 12:00 – 17:00

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at The Cresset Theatre. Proceeds from the programme sales were donated

The theatre is now a hot favourite on the

to YBC and also to Cancer Research, each receiving £136.

artiste’s circuit, mainly due to its excellent facilities, friendly, helpful staff and

To support the challenges: 01733 252 538

enthusiastic audiences.

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as the plates just kept coming, and different, really tasty and the variety was superb, we all enjoyed the Quail and the King Prawns and the Indian

The evening was very enjoyable, the

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spices really came through in the

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selection of curry’s we had. Kim, our

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but the checked shirts have evolved into dresses (New Look has a great red gingham dress a la Rihanna for £19.99), maxi-skirts have been transformed from the pretty-pastel to hard-rock black (Warehouse), scraping the floor and accompanied by studded ankle boots (Schuh, Faith and New Look).

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The best way to wear them? Clashed up and maxed out. Mix a tropical bralet or vest from the likes of Primark or New Look with a funky pair of shorts or cropped trousers. Remember, it’s a jungle out there.

Grunge The ‘90s was the spring trend that rebelled against conformity – and it refuses to go away. Luckily, it’s a trend that epitomises ‘festival-cool’ and is surprisingly easy to master: providing you have the attitude to go with it, that is. When embracing this trend, channel the style of Kurt Cobain, Courtney Love and Taylor Momsen, and choose pieces that you won’t mind getting a little dirty.

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If you went out and bought the key grunge pieces last season, then be warned that the trend has been given a slight twist. The band t-shirts and ripped denim shorts remain the same,

If you’re trying to find the perfect summer outfit, find inspiration from the laid-back cool and effortless chic of California. I’m talking about that Kate Bosworth vibe – all tousled hair, tie-dyed clothing and piled-high bracelets. Topshop have a fantastic range of tie-dyed clothing, ranging from blue and purple A-line skirts (great with a pair of gold gladiator sandals) to micro-shorts. But, if that all seems a bit too ‘laid-back’, then why not try a maxi-dress from Marks and Spencer’s (their coral dress with cream necklace is only £30 and looks great with either sandals or brown cowboy boots) or denim cropped jacket from New Look? The key to getting this trend, though, is the accessories so make sure you buy loads of bangles from Topshop, Accessorize, New Look and load them up and pile them high! Charlotte Chorley Telephone: 01780 783613 | June 2012


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Olympic Training Olympics around the corner, so lets take a little peak into why the athletes across all disciplines, will be ensuring ‘strength training’ is part of their routine. Olympics around the corner, so lets take a little peak into why the athletes across all disciplines, will be ensuring ‘strength training’ is part of their routine. Just a short time ago, most people thought that strength training would cause you to become muscle-bound and would be counterproductive to good chosen sport, be that running, cycling, rowing etc. Strength builds the foundation for ALL other athletic qualities. This is due to the fact that all aspects of a proper technique require high levels of muscular strength. Strength training is a vital part of complete conditioning. The primary function of the body’s 600+ muscles is to contract (shorten in length) to move body parts (remember that only muscle can cause movement). The stronger the muscles and the more forceful the contractions, the faster the athlete will run, higher he will jump, further he will throw/kick, and harder he will hit. An added bonus of strength training is injury prevention. Athletes who strength train, tend to have fewer injuries. This is because strength training strengthens the muscle attachments and increases density of bones at the sites of muscle origins and insertions. And if an injury does occur to an athlete who has been strength training properly, it will probably not be as serious and will tend to heal faster. So next time someone tells you weight training is just for bodybuilders, think again.

1. Cool down – End your session with 5-10 minutes of low intensity exercise. Limit the stress on joints and tendons. This cool down helps to flush out the by-products of the exercise session, such as lactic acid, and helps reduce how sore you feel the next day! 2. Fluid intake – Drink water during exercise but also after, to continue the rehydration process. Consider added electrolytes, if larger quantities of fluids are required, such as in warmer climes. 3. Protein and Carbs for repair – Try to eat a protein rich snack, with some carbs, within 30 minutes of exercising. Again this helps with repair and recovery. Sports nutrition snacks are convenient, but cottage cheese, tuna, chicken, egg whites all fit the protein bill. Facebook: Mark FitnessTrainer Get on two wheels with our voucher giveaway with Cycle Wright, based at Waterside Garden Centre in Baston.

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Muscle recovery after exercise is key for repair and refueling for your next session. By working on muscles too soon, you don’t give them enough time to repair and rebuild, and you can risk injury.


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CAN YOU BECOME ADDICTED TO INTERNET FORUMS & SOCIAL NETWORKS? I’ve noticed more clients contacting me regarding their ‘dependency’ on the web… it’s a very modern symptom, for some people ‘hide’ behind the internet, using it as an excuse not to go out in the real world!! Many of us catch up with friend’s lives on Facebook; and the internet is a great tool for information gathering, it can connect us with other like-minded people worldwide. The web can be a huge comfort to the lonely/isolated and I can see how ‘blogging’ can be helpful in self-therapy. But there does need to be a balance, like I said earlier, some people hide behind the net, never really interacting and using it as an excuse not to engage in the ‘real world’; this is very true with individuals suffering from phobias, social anxiety and low self-esteem. On the ‘net’ you can be whoever you want to be….. but it’s not real…. It’s a virtual world and a virtual existence; therefore people, rather than interacting with reality itself, interact with a stimulation of reality. For many, the allure of the ‘anonymity’ on the web, affords them the ability of playing with different personae/ roles….. Which parts of your online personae/attributes do you like the most? Could you bring those parts of your ‘online/virtual’ personae into your real everyday life? What would it be like to manifest those positive qualities of your ‘online avatar’,be more assertive, confident, lose weight etc. Is anything stopping you from making it real?

Is it possible to be addicted though? The first internet addiction clinic was set up in China; it’s not so much the internet per se that is seen as addictive or habit forming, as the social networking sites such as Facebook/Twitter. For some, being out of touch for more than 10 minutes on these sites, causes anxiety/withdrawal symptoms; many people can recognise the feeling of fear when being without their mobile smartphone and access to social networking: Well, it’s a recognised condition/phobia called ‘Nomophobia’ – the very real modern fear of being without your mobile phone! Nobody’s saying don’t use the internet and these sites, just get a balance in your life and make sure you interact also with the real world out there too! So, if there is anything that you would like to change about yourself, addictions, habits, compulsions, obsessions & changing those negative belief systems, or even the feeling of ‘something inside you, but outside your control’ , Contact me now to arrange your FREE Initial Consultation;

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A healthy hive in mid summer may contain upward s of sixty

is one swarm of bees. Place at your feet, bees will always

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In this sate of limbo half the bees and their queen have left the hive

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a summer morning, they are not returning from a heavy night on

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the comb, but are lost and running out of energy. When a foraging worker bees leave the hive to collect nectar, via the waggle dance,

The waggle dance, a particularly nice pint or a rather unusual disco

they know exactly how far they need to travel so they only drink

move, but when we’re talking bees it is surely one of the wonders

enough honey to sustain flight to and from the nectar source, thus

of the bee world. Through a series of round dances and waggles of

if they get lost they quickly start to starve. If they are not too weak

her lower body, worker bees can communicate to each other about

a little sugar water on a tissue may well help to revive them and

the position of a nectar source. A round dance indicates that the

perhaps they can find their way home.

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the nectar is over 100 yards away, the more sustained the dance the more significant the nectar source. The waggle dance even

If you get stung by a bee, scratch out the sting don’t pull it out as

indicates which angle to fly form the direction of the sun.

you will then squeeze the rest of the venom sack into you causing more pain!

I wonder if our efforts on the dance floor are actually an ancient now forgotten desire to communicate to our fellow humans where the nectar can be found (the bar) and in which direction all the pretty flowers are!



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Starts at 12pm with music through ‘til 10.30pm

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24 JUNE, 9.30AM - 4.30PM Castle Bytham Summer Fair

16 JUNE Dragon Boat Festival

Bourne Abbey Church of St Peter & St Paul. Everyone is welcome to attend.

River Nene, at the Embankment by the Key Theatre. peterborough

Free entry & parking for the ever-popular Summer Fair. Much more information on our website: Attractions include Civil War battle re-enactment from The Sealed Knot, street market with around 70 stalls, entertainments field with children’s activities, live music stage and BBQ & Beer Tent, further range of food and drink in the village hall and two pubs, Morris dancers, archery, classic cars, duck race, dog show, and, to cap a great day out, a fly past by the Red Arrows and a WWII spitfire!

24 JUNE, 2.30 – 4PM Treasure Hunt

7 JULY, 12PM – 5PM The Lions Deepings Carnival

2&3 JUNE Deeping Show

10 JUNE Peterborough Green Festival Finale Free fun event for families. With a BBQ and fun games and activities for kids. Hosted by Willowbrook Farm, Stamford Road, Helpston.

The Rotary Club of Stamford St Martin's


Events on the Night: Live band Disco Giant Scalectrix

2012 Ball Saturday 16 June Holiday Inn, Peterborough

Ticket price £45

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Drinks reception from 7pm Carriages at 1am

16&17 JUNE, 1PM TO 5PM Abbot’s Barn, Southorpe, Stamford £3. Home made teas and plants for sale First time opening for the National Gardens Scheme is this two acre organically maintained garden set in a rural location with splendid views.

17 JUNE, 11AM The Town Mayor’s Civic Service

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29 JUNE – 1 JULY, 7-9PM A weekend of art, flowers and open gardens, South Luffenham Friday 29 June, 7-9pm, pre-view evening held in St Mary’s Church. Tickets £5. Contact Janet Bentley 01780 722414 or Helen Saunders 01780 720688. Saturday 30 June, 2-5pm, art and flowers in the Church with teas served in the Village Hall. Sunday 1 July, 1–6pm, Open gardens. Tickets for Sunday priced at £5 and can be bought on the day at the church.

1 JULY, 11AM – 2PM Newborough Young Farmers Vintage & Classic Tractor Run A 30 mile tractor road race starting from Willowbrook Farm, Stamford Road Helpston. Refreshments available.

STAMFORD CORN EXCHANGE 16 JUNE, 7.30pm WESTENDERS - The Musical Highlights of the Year Tickets: £17.50 Concessions £16.50

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Our eyes met at the traffic lights. I wasn’t at my best; hair unkempt, sunglasses askew, a gaily-coloured knitted scarf - a present from Granny - tied tight around my neck. But I was in an open-top Audi TT convertible and we’ve all seen enough TV car commercials to know how the story goes


from here.

Rob Taylor lifts the lid on three of today’s hottest convertibles and discovers that open-top cars are best served by an open mind.

the Ceiling, now booming from the Bose sound system,

Even the melodious irony of Lionel Richie’s Dancing on couldn’t interfere with yet another example of ‘automotive aphrodisiac facilitates union of two beautiful people’. Well, I’d love to tell you that life does indeed imitate art and that beside me in the next lane of traffic sat some

Blue Efficiency Sport and BMW z4 2.0i sDrive had their work

irresistibly beautiful siren, staring back at me with

cut out.

smouldering brown eyes. North Wales seemed to be a natural testing ground, with However, I was, in fact, looking into the cabin of a decrepit

fast-flowing and windy roads, unfathomable Welsh road

Ford Transit van, up close and personal and staring

signs which resemble a game of Countdown - ZTTSLK - and

down the taunts of Wayne Murphy - building contractor

more rain than the deluge visited upon Noah. If this group

at large - and his toothless workmate, Lee, while sitting

of shiny sybaritic metal was ever going to win me over it

in a unsettlingly effeminate, virgin-white convertible,

was going to have to be on my terms. After all, a slow ponce

accompanied by a cosmetically enhanced 62 year-old

down into the city didn’t work.

singer in a leather jacket, on a dreary morning in a deprived backwater of the concrete jungle.

Keen to get into something more masculine after the TT, my attention was piqued by the z4. Whereas the TT looks like it

Time to put the roof up.

was hewn by the hand of the Divine, the z4 has something of the night about it. Forged in Satan’s chimney by minions

I’ve never been a fan of convertibles, viewing them to

enslaved to endlessly pound its body panels into an ultra-

be impractical, irrelevant in this part of the northern

macho form, the z4 is more visceral than its test partners.

hemisphere and chiefly the preserve of posers, who are besotted with the fatuous notion that one day rain and

More aggressive and harder riding, it is the fastest from

congestion will be blown away to leave an Edenic world of

0-62mph (6.9 seconds), its 2 litre turbocharged engine

play. That, or they’ve been watching too much TV.

delivering the 184bhp sweetly and seamlessly and, with 199lb ft of torque available as low as 1250rpm, it has more

So then, just like Mr Murphy and his hideously misspelled

grunt than a Maria Sharapova forehand.

promise of ‘All tipes of work undertaken - no job two big’, my test trio of Audi TT 1.8 TFSI Sport, Mercedes SLK 200


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Quiet and refined with the metal roof up, loud and raucous

al - seems awkward on such a dainty roadster. Like the

when dropped, this entry level model excites on a primitive

meshing of ‘efficiency’ and ‘sport’ in its official title, it feels

level. It handles well too, even when things get hairy the z4

like an oxymoron.

just hoovers up any lost follicles and sticks them to your chest.

And so to the TT and my earlier unease. A few hours of spirited driving and games of ‘dodge the witless road-

The SLK is all about quality and refinement and is a little less

dwelling sheep’ later and I’m thoroughly convinced that

driver-orientated. Like the TT it has a 1.8 litre turbocharged

it’s a proper driver’s car. It sounds great, handles well

engine and is a car you can live with everyday. Ingenious

- especially with the optional magnetic ride dampers -

creature comforts such as neck-level heating system

has a fine driving position - low-slung with well spaced

‘Airscarf’ and ‘vario-roof’ (essentially a translucent panel

pedals - and its 158bhp and 184lb ft of torque feel ample

set into the metal) promote sensory pleasures rather more

and entirely capable of whisking you from 0-62mph in 7.4

civilised than a guttural exhaust note.

seconds and onto 139mph.

But that’s not to say that the SLK is as soft as the TT’s roof:

All three return around 42mpg, defecate roughly 150g/km of

far from it, especially when fitted with the optional dynamic

Co2 and cost - with scant attention to options - just under

handling pack, which can be activated at the touch of a

£30,000. So you really can go topless without needing

‘sport’ button. This autobahn cruiser tops out at around

bottomless reserves of cash.

149mph and does 0-62mph in 7.3 seconds - so it’s no SLacKer in the speed stakes.

And after experiencing all three in near idyllic conditions, I must confess, I’m a bit of a convertible convert. My earlier

In fact, if it falls down anywhere it is in the style stakes,

experience at the traffic lights, I’ll just chalk up to Murphy’s

mainly because of its newly homogenised ‘corporate


face’ front-end, which - while proportionate on the SLS et


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OUT & ABOUT WITH THE FAMILY After a busy long bank holiday weekend, possibly travelling to see friends and family, maybe it’s time to stay more local whilst keeping the family entertained.

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PETERBOROUGH HERITAGE FESTIVAL The Peterborough Heritage Festival is held in the heart of the historic city centre, as well as in the stunning surroundings of the Cathedral precincts. History comes alive for the weekend! This year’s Heritage Festival takes place over the 23rd and 24th June and features over 300 costumed re-enactors from some of the country’s top Living History groups. Visitors can encounter living history encampments in the precincts and met Roman soldiers, Saxon warriors, Medieval Knights, English Civil War Roundheads and Napoleonic Redcoats.

THE EAST OF ENGLAND SHOW THE countdown has begun to the biggest family event in Peterborough. The East of England Show has announced this year’s dates and a packed calendar of new and exciting attractions for the region on July 6,7 and 8. An outdoor evening concert, Friday’s Ladies Day, a brand new ‘green’ business hub, shopping village, a programme of interactive children’s events, food court and of course over 1,000 animals on show will make this year’s event unmissable. In addition to this, family fun is a top priority on all three days with a multitude of interactive events lined up.

This year’s programme includes: • Live period music • Falconry displays • Spectacular battle displays by the re-enactors. You can watch Vikings in battle, hear the crash of musket fire from the Civil War soldiers and get involved as the Medieval Knights used children from the audience in their tournament!

For your chance to win one of three family tickets to the 2012 East of England Show, send your details to by 25 June, or post to City Scene, The Old School House, Great North Road, Wittering PE8 6BX Telephone: 01780 783613 | June 2012


Fabulous Family Fun! With the summer holidays fast approaching parents thoughts are focussed on going away. And where shall we go? Are you looking for something different for your family holiday? Looking to do something exciting, rewarding and also educational for the kids? Fed up with the usual

Your holiday starts here where the Caribbean islands of St. Kitts and Nevis have teamed up to provide an especially designed service for children.

“fly and flop” type of holiday? Inspirational Travel will always be able to give you value for money and some fabulous unusual locations! Here are a couple of great ideas we are featuring at the moment...

This is a brand new exciting Kids r VIPs programme, offering a host of new thrills and loads of fun activities in St. Kitts and Nevis to keep all the family occupied – or just the kids. From rainforest hikes and island safaris to sailing lessons and cricket coaching or even a chance to immerse into Caribbean culture with music and dance, there is something for everyone in the fantastic programme lined up for 2012. In addition to all the fun possibilities, hotels and restaurants across both islands will once again be offering some amazing discounts and free child offers throughout the year. South Africa is not always the first choice for family holidays but the climate is great, the flight is direct with BA from Heathrow and a whole host of things to do and see for all the family!! Oaklands Country Manor, half way between Johannesburg and Durban, is simply ideal for a family getaway. Run by a family for families, children of any age are welcome. Oaklands has a wide selection of exciting activities which are tailor-made to suit all guests from small toddlers to the most challenging teenager. Children will love learning to ride in an enclosed arena on safe, well

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trained ponies or the more experienced can go out on an adventurous outride. When you arrive, there is a trampoline, jungle gym, monkey rope swings and a tree house to explore. Cycle on the tracks, fish from the dam, get competitive on the tennis court, hike up the mountains. Take a picnic and discover the nature walks and mountain tops. Mentally challenge yourself to the game of chess with the large outdoor set, paddle in the stream or swim in the pool. (All water activities are within safe viewing distance of the hotel.) This lovely destination is a fantastic getaway from it all and great for children to enjoy the great outdoors South Africa style! This can be combined with a beach or safari stay... Many people come to Cape Town to rest, but end up waking up instead. You can make the most of the

opportunity to be outdoors and enjoy the scenery on offer. The city’s beaches are buzzing with sun-seekers from all parts of the world, while hiking routes on landmarks such as Table Mountain and Lion’s Head offer excellent photographic opportunities. Table Mountain is one of the provisional New7Wonders of Nature, making a trip to the top more prestigious than ever. At Inspirational Travel we appreciate that family holidays are important and that they should be enriching and rewarding for all. We create holidays that give the family a chance to bond, laugh, relax, learn and, most importantly of all, enjoy!!

to fabulous beach holidays where the children can learn to scuba dive or sail in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. At Inspirational Travel we create unique holidays to our range of destinations. We specialise in Southern & East Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean but can also create holidays to other parts of the world such as America, North Africa, Middle and Far East. We also have many hotels and resorts that run children’s clubs, which are not only great fun for the kids but they also give adults time to themselves. So for your next family holiday be inspired......with Inspirational Travel.

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Bentley Nursing Supplies has been established since 1991, concentrating successfully on disabled and rehabilitation consumables and equipment.

Bentley’s professional approach to problem solving means that they can assure you the best throughout their entire range. The range includes:

Over the years, Bentley has established it’s name throughout the area in supplying many local care homes and institutions as well as the general public. Continual growth has been maintained by an experienced team that is consistently recommended by care and health professionals, giving them a unique niche in the market place.

Continence Products (Pads, Protective Bedding, Commodes) Nursing Consumables & Uniform (Gloves, Aprons, Laundry Sacks) Rehabilitation & Care Equipment (Wheelchair sale/hire, Lifting Equipment, Feeding Aids)

In 2011 the move to the Werrington premises gave them larger warehousing facilities which enabled higher stock levels giving the ability to respond quickly and deliver these quality products efficiently. The popular shop facility allows friendly face to face discussion and access to product knowledge through trusted staff.


For all your nursing and caring requirements, Bentley’s is the first place to go... because they care. Come and visit us or phone one of the sales team for a brochure - 01733 555838.


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This months book recommendations with Naomi Delia’s Summer Collection. 140 recipes for Summer BBC Books £14.99


Having sold over 1.4 million copies in hardback, Delia’s Summer Collection is now available in paperback. Summer

Please come and support your local animal sanctuary and see our monkeys, wolves, otters, birds of prey, lynx, owls, reptiles, parrots etc. A great day out for all the family, tombola, raffle, gift shop, homemade fudge stall, refreshments, monkey-themed quiz for the children.

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The following are just a few of the reasons why you should consider Maxey House Residential Home when looking for somewhere for your loved ones:

• Providers of professional reassuring care • Experience with physical disabilities & dementia • Beautiful landscaped gardens • Five star rated for food hygiene • Independently owned • Activities co-ordinator on site • Safe secure private resident’s garden

Maxey House is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Manager. Mandy Johnson has been Acting Manager and has now accepted the position of Manager and is registered with CQC. Mandy has many years of experience in the care of the elderly and we wish her success for the future.

Congratulations to the Queen on her 60 years in reign

Contact us for an informal chat and to arrange a visit to the home to see all we have to offer

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transformed by the subtle influence of Californian, Italian, Greek and Oriental flavours and ideas. The Summer Collection also includes information on equipment, ingredients and menus for entertaining.



To get clutter free and stay that way, make a good start with a Kindle edition of the book to teach you how! From in

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Maxey House is a beautiful Georgian House, which is independently owned and has been tastefully converted to provide professional, reassuring care to our residents. The home is situated 6 miles from the town of Peterborough and is close to Market Deeping, a small market town full of character and charm. We provide 24 hour care and attention to 31 residents.

Collection takes that as its inspiration and introduces us to the more unusual ingredients that are growing in popularity; rocket and lemon grass, and herbs such as fresh coriander and sorrel. More familiar ingredients are

the home to virtual in-trays, this book will guide you to becoming clutter free and staying that way.

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Til death us do part?

The percentage of marriages ending in divorce has increased significantly over the past few years. It is interesting to note that whilst 20 per cent of marriages in 1969 had ended by the 15th wedding anniversary, a whopping 33 per cent of marriages in 1994 had ended after the same time. The treatment of pension rights can be one of the most complex aspects

• split the pension at the time of the divorce to give both parties their

of a divorce or dissolution settlement. When deciding such matters,

own pension pot for the future (this is known as Pension Sharing).

Courts take many different factors into account and each party will need independent professional advice to determine which of the many

This shouldn’t be taken lightly as after the value of the former

available options is best for them. If you are going through a divorce and

matrimonial home the pension provision of one or both spouses may be

you and your ex-spouse are dividing up your assets, the Court is required

the largest capital asset of the marriage.

to take your pension rights into account.

You will also need to understand the implications of each of the three

Through the Court, a divorcing couple have a number of options, they

methods of taking pension rights into account in a divorce settlement

can choose to:

and seeking Independent Financial advice at this point is an absolute

• balance the pension rights against another asset, such as the

must as each option can lead to a significantly different outcome.

matrimonial home (this is known as Pension Offsetting); or

• arrange that when one party’s pension eventually comes into

If you need help or advice call us today (01778) 342291, our

payment, a portion of it will be paid to the other party (this is known

specialist pensions advisor will be happy to help, and remember

as Pension Earmarking); or

the first consultation is free and without obligation.

104 Church Street | Market Deeping | Peterborough | PE6 8AL Tel: 01778 342291 or 01778 341490 | Email:

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BE CLEAR ON CANCER Have you ever felt that food gets stuck in your throat when eating, or have you or someone you know been suffering from heartburn or indigestion on and off for three weeks or more? If you notice any of these symptoms, tell your doctor straight away. The chances are that it’s nothing serious but it’s always best to get it checked out as soon as you can.

Remember – you are not wasting anyone’s time by getting your symptoms checked out, so make that trip to your doctor’s surgery. If it’s nothing to worry about, your mind will be put at rest. But if it is cancer of the stomach or oesophagus, early detection makes it easier to treat.

These symptoms could be signs of stomach or oesophagus cancer. The oesophagus is the long tube (gullet) that carries food from the throat to the stomach.

Seeing your doctor without delay may save your life.

There are almost 700 new cases of these two cancers in Anglia every year and they cause over 500 deaths annually in the region. Both cancers affect men and women, but are more common in men. More than nine out of 10 people who get cancer of the stomach or oesophagus are over 55.

Remember to see your doctor straight away if: • Food ever feels like it’s sticking in your throat when you swallow, or • You’ve had heartburn or indigestion on and off for 3 weeks or more


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The Community Scene - June 2012  

The Community Scene covers Stamford, Deeping and Bourne including the surrounding villages with 10,000 copies FREE to pick up. Each month it...