Here are some news stories from Peterborough Matters that you may have missed in the last week.

Click the links to read the full stories.

Hotpoint's Peterborough branch hosted a Lego-themed STEM robot competition for school children across the county.

Peterborough Matters: Huntingdon Primary School were crowned winners.

Find out who the winners were by clicking here.


Robert Wiles, a paedophile living in Peterborough, has been jailed for 20 years for his crimes.

Peterborough Matters: A custody photo of Robert Wiles.

Click here to read the full story and court result.


A Cambridgeshire coroner has written to the government highlighting concerns that some buses used on long-distance routes are not fitted with seatbelts. This comes following a fatal crash on the A47 in 2018.

Peterborough Matters: Two men were killed in the crash between a lorry and a double-decker bus at Wisbech St Mary.

Read the concerns here.


Students at the Jack Hunt School in Peterborough held a conference to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.

Peterborough Matters: Linda Melvern with Jack Hunt School Sixth Form Students

Click here to read the full story.


Two men were seen riding quad bikes with young children sat on their laps with no helmets on around Holme and Ramsey.

Peterborough Matters: Two men were seen riding quad bikes with young children on their laps and no helmets on around

Find out what happened by clicking here.


Thorpe Primary School pupils travelled 5,000 years back in time to live like Ancient Egyptians for the day.

Peterborough Matters: Year 3 children from Thorpe Primary School celebrate ancient times.

Have a look at what they got up to by clicking here.