Half-term creative fun at academy
CHILDREN will be able to get creative at a theatre school over the halfterm holiday.
Wildcats Academy will be hosting activities for children at Stamford Arts Centre, in St Mary’s Street, Stamford, from 9am to 4.30pm on June 6, 7 and 8.
On June 6, youngsters, aged from five to 12, will be able to go to a prince and princess ball featuring Jubilee-related fun and games, lunch, a walking tour around the town and a disco. It costs £25 per person including lunch and drink.
The academy will host a Moshi Monsters special on June 7 where youngsters design their own moshlings for battle as well as pick up some cheats, codes and other Moshirelated items. Entry costs £20.
Craft children can paint and draw at the Art Attack Special on June 8. Entry is £25 and includes materials.
For more information or to book a place on any of the activities visit the Wildcats Academy website at www.wildcatstheatreschool.co.uk or call 07725 915333. FIVE men have been charged in connection with an incident that left a man fighting for his life and another with serious injuries.
Lukas Banys (20), Sarunas Galinis (19), Deividas Matusevicius (19), Ricardas Bartos (23) and Kestutis Baranauskas (21), all of Church Walk, Peterborough, have been charged with affray in relation to an incident which happened outside Coco bar and restaurant in Broadway, Peterborough in the early hours of Monday morning.
They are due to appear at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court this morning.
Their arrests followed an incident which left two men injured outside Coco bar and restaurant at around 2.45am on Monday morning.
One of the two injured men, a 21-year-old man named locally as James Burke, is still fighting for his life in Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
The second man, a 59-year-old, is described as having serious but not life-threatening injuries.
He is still recovering and receiv- ing treatment in Peterborough City Hospital.
A Cambridgeshire police spokeswoman said: “Detectives investigating an assault on Broadway in Peterborough have charged five men in connection with the incident.
“They will appear at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court in the morning.”
Friends of James Burke took to the social networking website Twitter yesterday to urge people to “pray for James” while he remains in hospital.
In the wake of the incident, police have been studying CCTV footage from the area and have carried out extensive forensic examinations at the scene.
Cambridgeshire police officers and Scene of Crime Officers (SOCOS) worked behind a cordoned off area of Broadway all throughout the day on Monday to search for evidence.
Police have renewed their appeals for information into the incident.
Anyone with information that could help the police’s investigation should call Cambridgeshire police on 101.
They can also call national crime fighting charity, Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.