Medieval meeting place cross stolen

A vicar says he is "exasperated" after a restored cross on the site of a medieval meeting place in Cambridgeshire is stolen.
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In pictures: Peterborough Prom nights 2014 – digital edition

See our 12-page Prom Night photo supplement of local school proms from the Peterborough Telegraph, published on 24 July.
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Stunt show appeals for land in Huntingdon after venue cancellation

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July 30, 2014

The Extreme Stunt Show is appealing for a new place to perform its show in the Huntingdon area after a last-minute cancellation left it without a venue for Sunday (August 3).
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Noisy Gunthorpe neighbour evicted

A noisy neighbour who continually disturbed residents in Donaldson Drive, Gunthorpe, has been evicted after court proceedings.
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Police appeal to trace man in ‘cold case’ murder

Detectives investigating the brutal murder of Alan Wood in October 2009 have appealed for information to help find a man called Pawel Wrzyszcz.
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Appeal after 1,000-year-old cross is stolen from village junction

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July 30, 2014

Police have released a picture of an ancient stone Celtic cross stolen from a village near Peterborough.
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Historic stone cross stolen from Ailsworth near Peterborough

Thieves got away with a historic stone cross from the village of near Ailsworth near Peterborough.
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Police plea over A47 riddle

A woman killed on the A47 at Terrington St John may have been “forcibly pushed” into the road, say investigating officers.


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Delays after crashes A1 and A14 near Huntingdon

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July 30, 2014

One lane of the A1 near Huntingdon is blocked this afternoon after a three-vehicle crash.
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Kingman triumphs in Sussex Stakes

John Gosden's Newmarket-trained Kingman wins the Sussex Stakes from 2013 winner Toronado in the 'Duel of the Downs'.
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Bomb scare arrest in Spalding

A man was arrested after a bomb scare in Spalding on Wednesday, 23 July.
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New principal at New College Stamford

A new principal has been appointed at New College Stamford.
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Summer fun for children at Ferry Meadows

Youngsters started their summer holidays with a splash at a summer campat Ferry Meadows country park.
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GALLERY: Wisbech in Bloom competitors are growing for gold as Britain in Bloom judges visit town

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July 30, 2014

Great art and the spirit of France came together when Wisbech pulled out all the stops to impress the judges from Britain in Bloom.
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The Wicked Witch restaurant in Ryhall closes

The award-winning Wicked Witch in Ryhall has closed.
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Witnesses wanted to arson involving a caravan in a Fenland ditch

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July 30, 2014

Witnesses to a fire in Wisbech St Mary are being urged to contact police.
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Una Crown murder: Arrested pair released on bail until September

Two men who were arrested in connection with the murder of Wisbech pensioner Una Crown have been bailed again.
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Cats Protection homing show to take place in Werrington

The Peterborough branch of the Cats Protection League is holding a homing show on Sunday (August 3) from 2pm to 3.30pm at The Loxley Centre, in Loxley, Werrington (next to The Crab and Winkle pub).
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Man airlifted to hospital after crash on A47 Walpole Highway

A man was airlifted to hospital on Monday after a serious crash on the A47 at Walpole Highway, close to where a Lithuanian couple were killed a week before.
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Painted mannequin stolen from roof

A painted mannequin being displayed as part of a community art project is stolen from a garage roof in Cambridge.
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Bloomin’ marvellous! Entries for this year’s Ely in Bloom competition are real show-stoppers

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July 30, 2014

Judging for this year’s Ely in Bloom competition has taken place – but the identity of the winners will remain a secret for a few weeks yet!


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