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The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your -

Smokey the Cat (pic­tured) is famed for hav­ing the world’s nois­i­est fe­line purr. It can be as loud as a hairdryer. Smokey will be at Water­stones in Bridge Street, Peter­bor­ough, for a ‘paw­to­graph’ sign­ing of her new book - along­side owner Ruth Adams. From 11.30am to 2.30pm. It’s a case of three cheers for beers at Peter­bor­ough Rugby Club this week­end. The club hosts its May beer fes­ti­val from to­day un­til Sun­day. Doors open open at 4pm to­day. Ad­mis­sion to the club in Sec­ond Drove is £4. Easy­er­said head­line the mu­sic stage tonight. Make sure you take in a trip to Truck­fest this week­end. The 30th an­niver­sary event is at the East of Eng­land Show­ground on Sun­day and Mon­day. Gates are open from 9.30am to 5pm. Peter­bor­ough City Mar­ket has a ‘songs from the shows’ theme to­mor­row. Stall­hold­ers are be­ing en­cour­aged to join the fun and dress up ac­cord­ingly. It’s open from 8.30am. Thomas is in steam at Nene Val­ley Rail­way this Bank Hol­i­day week­end. Depar­tures from Wans­ford sta­tion run from to­mor­row un­til Mon­day, at 10am. Call 01780 784444 to book your tick­ets.

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