The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Hobson’s Choice -

The pic­ture was taken at some point in the early 1980s and you can see from the frost on the Christ­mas tree and the clothes worn by the lady that it was not ex­actly trop­i­cal!

Thep­ic­ture­be­lowwastaken at around the same time, in the city cen­tre.

Most of you will re­mem­ber the time when Cathe­dral Square had pub­lic con­ve­niences.

Lean­ing on the rail­ings are a pile of Fa­ther Christ­mas fig- ures, which had just been re­moved and were wait­ing to be packed away for an­other year.

Again, thecold­weath­er­had de­scended on Peter­bor­ough.

I hope ev­ery­one had a good Christ­mas and New Year; I drew­short straw as on­nights., but never mind!

Dont for­get also that my book might make a nice gift for 2013, par­tic­u­larly for peo­ple who live in New Eng­land.

You­can­find­out­more­atmy web­site ( ad­dress above).

The dec­o­ra­tions are down for an­other year in Peter­bor­ough city cen­tre

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