5 Things to do in the next 24 hours

Go­ing out

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - 24 -

The city will come to a stand­still again when Eng­land take on Al­ge­ria in their sec­ond World Cup group game tonight. Fabio Capello will be hop­ing for a morale-boost­ing win af­ter draw­ing the first game against the USA. Pubs and clubs across Peter­bor­ough will be show­ing the game from 7.30pm. The city’s East of Eng­land Show­ground has opened its doors for the an­nual sum­mer show to­day. Thou­sands of peo­ple are ex­pected to flock to the Al­wal­ton show­ground over the next three days to cel­e­brate all things ru­ral and agri­cul­tural. En­joy a great day out by the River Nene on Sun­day. Peter­bor­ough’s Dragon Boat Fes­ti­val is back, and there will be a num­ber of teams mak­ing waves from 10am. There’s lots of en­ter­tain­ment lined up at the site, near the Peter­bor­ough Key The­atre. The fun­fair is also in full swing at the nearby Em­bank­ment. Head to Ferry Mead­ows Water­sports Cen­tre, off Oun­dle Road, Peter­bor­ough and watch the an­nual Lake­side Sail­ing Club 24-hour race. It starts at 3pm to­mor­row, but there will be a dra­matic fly-past shortly be­fore 2.30pm. The event raises money for the Royal Na­tional Lifeboat In­sti­tu­tion. Ev­ery­one’s in­vited to go along to Al­der­man Ja­cobs Pri­mary School sum­mer fete in Whit­tle­sey to­mor­row af­ter­noon. The school, in Dry­bread Road, has in­vited a trav­el­ling zoo along for fam­i­lies to in­ves­ti­gate. From noon.

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