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A 35-place day nursery closed ­without warning, leaving parents angry and upset after many only discovered the closure when they went to drop off their children on Wednesday morning.

Women railway workers obscuring gas lamps at the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway's Horwich works, Greater Manchester. During the First World War many women were called to work to replace the men who were serving overseas. Women worked in many areas including on the railways, on the buses and in munitions factories. LYR offical photograph.

The important role played by women and the railway during World War I is told in an exhibition which can be seen this summer.

Sainsbury's

Sainsbury’s bid to open a store in Whittlesey looked increasingly fragile tonight after their late efforts to overturn “onerous” planning conditions were rejected by Fenland District Council.

Herts Police

Police are appealing for information after a man was stabbed in the centre of Peterborough in the early of hours of this morning.

Cllr Paul Bullen has donated a ride in his plane for charity auction

A councillor is offering a sky high prize for a raffle in aid of the Arthur Rank Hospice and in memory of a council colleague.

Sport

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March ABC boxers and coaches worked with the Great Britain boxing squad at the English Institute of Sport.

Boxers and coaches from March ABC got the chance to learn from the best in the country when they visited the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.

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Cavalry Primary School, March. Head teacher Val Spriggs at her retirement assembly. Picture: Steve Williams.

Amazing adventures are in store for a March head teacher who this week retired after 21 years.

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