Issue 51 is out and about and walking among us at major supermarkets, Freshney Place and lots of other fine pick up points
Welcome to Issue 50 of The Peoples. It’s available in major supermarkets, Freshney Place, leisure centres plus lots of other pick up points. It’s got lots of local arts and events news – including an open letter from the Caxton Theatre concerning the decision by the council to designate the Orwell Street car park as a travellers’ stop over site.
Oh yes it jolly well is. There’s plenty to read including a feature on the Mayor’s Charity Cycle Challenge so get your copy soon from major supermarkets or Freshney Place or lots of other places.
Here’s The Peoples Issue 46 with picture features from The Colour Run, Cleethorpes Rocks and The Urban Arts Festival plus Home Improvements, The Grove care Home in Waltham and lots of ideas for upcoming events.
Issue 42 of The Peoples, featuring Fantasy World, Buffalo Bill and Joe McElderry as Joseph available now.
It’s also online here.
Well Christmas is almost upon us and you’re probably already hiding presents and stocking up on marzipan and tangerines.
In this issue we chat to local author Ian Burrett about his new Christmas themed children’s book and to Graham Chapman about why right now is the time to get yourself a super stylish classic car.
Plus we’ve got all our regular features and a new competition too so Happy Christmas from us and we’ll see you in the New Year
Here’s a link to the online version
And the web edition will be out over the next couple of days.