Things to do in the next 24 hours . . .
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.