Half-term creative fun at academy

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

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.

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