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Cambs Fire and Rescue declare Coronavirus is a ‘Major Incident’

Cambs Fire and Rescue declare Coronavirus is a ‘Major Incident’

The Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue service has declared the pandemic as a ‘Major Incident’. It said the country is facing an unprecedented public health situation and the key is to work together to fight it. 
Body Coach helping city families stay fit with virtual PE lessons

Body Coach helping city families stay fit with virtual PE lessons

Families to get fit while working out from their living room courtesy of Joe Wicks or 'Body Coach' as he is popularly known. 
Facebook groups and pages helping in the fight against coronavirus

Facebook groups and pages helping in the fight against coronavirus

Around the country and Peterborough an army of people are joining together to form coronavirus Mutual Aid Online Groups to deliver goods to those unable to leave home.
Coronavirus: Prime Minister imposes lockdown on UK

Coronavirus: Prime Minister imposes lockdown on UK

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has imposed a lockdown on UK citizens which could see them fined if they leave their homes.
Government announces refunds for season ticket holders

Government announces refunds for season ticket holders

In a step to support rail service providers and users the Government has announced passengers with season tickets could be entitled to a refund if they worked from home. They will have to contact the rail operator for more information.
POLL RESULTS: What should happen next with the football fixtures?

POLL RESULTS: What should happen next with the football fixtures?

Our poll says that the majority of people (43pc) want to see the games played at a later date, even at the expense of cup ties and internationals.
Nene Park to shut car parks to encourage social distancing measures

Nene Park to shut car parks to encourage social distancing measures

​​​​​​​Nene Park Trust is to close all of its car parks at Ferry Meadows from tomorrow (March 24) to align with recent government advice about avoiding social gatherings in the park.
Peterborough Cathedral streams Mothering Sunday service on Facebook

Peterborough Cathedral streams Mothering Sunday service on Facebook

Peterborough Cathedral's Mother's Day service was streamed live on Facebook yesterday to ensure that people across Peterborough could stay connected while observing the government's advice to stay distanced from others.
Picture of the Day: March 23

Picture of the Day: March 23

The people of Peterborough should be practising social distancing, but the pigeons of Peterborough haven't got that message! Thanks to Andrius for sending us this photo.
They're drivin' it: Hampton McDonalds queues for final meal

They're drivin' it: Hampton McDonalds queues for final meal

McDonalds announced their closure on social media yesterday, March 22 – and it looks like people are making the most of their final day with the fast food chain.