Each month – we may make it weekly – we will pick out some of our favourite photographs and collate them into our new feature.
Please feel free to add to our content by sending us a photograph. It could be somewhere you’ve visited, a restaurant, at a fete, coffee morning or even a trip to a local museum. You may even have attended the opening of a new business – make sure we know about that, too.
Pumpkin was very poorly with tetanus and his life was saved by a multi-disciplinary approach by DWR Veterinary Specialists near Cambridge.
March resident Alun Bradshaw, 52, took part in the Thames Path Ultra Challenge and ran 50 kilometres for the National Deaf Children’s Society over the weekend of 9 to 10 September.
Peterborough Cathedral: Two super-sized Star Wars paintings, each 1m x 1.3m in size and created by local artists Nathan Murdoch and Tony Nero, were sold by auction to support charity.
Cambridge: Michael Lyle as Giles Ralston. He appeared in AGATHA CHRISTIE’S THE MOUSETRAP ,the world’s longest-running play. This thrilling West End production is THE genre-defining murder mystery from the best-selling novelist of all time… case closed
PC Sam Dane is pictured with Chief Superintendents Jon Hutchinson and Becky Tipping. PC Dane was commended by Cambridgeshire Police after he launched a serious fraud investigation after a woman set up a PayPal account falsely claiming to be raising funds for the Australian bush fires victims.
Andrew Pakes on recent farm tours and explained why he will be a champion for British farming, promoting food and farming jobs in Peterborough. Mr Pakes is Labour parliamentary candidate for Peterborough.
With an NHS career spanning 50 years – specialist respiratory nurse Pam Patton retired from her role with North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust. Colleagues at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon and Peterborough City Hospital bade her farewell.
Launch of Wisbech parkrun. 129 took part in what will be a weekly event at Wisbech Park
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