Located in a historic building Peterborough Museum has only been here since the 1940’s. The permeant displays, especially the changing wildlife of Peterborough (including the discovery of dinosaur bones) and the changing lives of Peterborough People are fascinating. It includes a geology and Ice age section. However, when looking round it was to find the … More Peterborough Musem
The Royal Voluntary Service was founded originally as the Woman’s Voluntary Service in 1938, to assist during and after Air Raids during World War two. This included first aid and assisting evacuation and the billeting of children. By 1943 they were also assisting those in the merchant Navy and other branches off the armed forces, … More Royal Voluntary Service – helping the elderly How do charities such as Royal Voluntary Service cope with an ageing population and changing health needs?
Amidst protest’s calling for David Camron’s resignation and the so called biggest data leak in history is Edward Snowden fading into the background? The Panama Papers has been called the biggest data leak in history. Its disclosures have wreaked havoc worldwide with information on public figures and their association with off shore companies and accounts … More Edward Snowden may no longer be relevant
With the Sugar tax announced in the budget, eating healthy is on the government agenda, but there are those that eating well isn’t just a lifestyle, it is a passion. The Vegan Cakery, founded in 2012, came about as a result of such a passion. Michelle, the founder of the Vegan Cakery, was a vegetarian … More The Vegan Cakery
Ready meals are quick and cheap alternative to cooking. And for students they are ideal, especially when they first move out on their own with little money. However, there are those in that situation and still want to eat healthy and with supermarkets now having a healthy living ready meals it does seem a step … More Healthy Living meals
Are Fitbits the real deal or do they just have a really cleaver marketing department? Fitbits seem to be all the rage at the moment, with other brands surfacing, and of course I gave in, bought myself one to see what all the hype was about. This should have been the first hint that behind … More Fitbit – the Review
Christmas has come to Peterborough and not everyone is happy about it On Saturday the Christmas lights were switched on In Cathedral Square by Louis Smith. However there have been grumblings have been heard not just about the cost of the tree (£40,000) but what the tree actually looks like. This year the tree is … More Xmas is coming to town