Premier Inn Peterborough North
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is important, as they had a TB outbreak a few years ago.
We then get to go in for breakfast :D
Between milkings we have various jobs such as, drenching, putting up fences, scrapping up the yards, cleaning the cubicles, tagging and injecting calves, fixing cows feet, dehorning calves and other stuff we cant remember. Lunch is at 12.30 so we can get the cows in at 1.30. Did we mention there are no motorbikes here! So we have to walk to their paddock ...
... and I can honestly say I am very ready for some holidays.
On the Friday, we also had the privilege of being staff on the year 2 excursion to London. Yes, London!! They were learning about the Monument dedicated to the Great Fire of London, which we got to climb and see some impressive views of London! We then went and had lunch by the Tower of London, before returning to Peterborough.
But my day did not stop there!! ...
... enabled by machines such as the Turing/Welchman Bombe, and the world’s first electronic computer, Colossus.
At the end of the War the remarkable expertise that had been developed at Bletchley Park was taken forward by a number of the wartime GC&CS staff in a new organisation known to this day as Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). This highly efficient intelligence-gathering machine was, ...
... the hopes of getting a spare key. We were told to wait till about 8:30pm and someone would meet us at the office. My next phone call was from Cameron informing me that the cabs had failed to come pick up the boys. Mickey had arranged cabs for everyone and the previous night Cameron let us know she had made arrangements already. Well all our cabs arrived and hers did not. We quickly called the company and had more cabs sent. By this time the 1st cab arrived with some ...
... and then had to go through security before progressing to the departure lounge for our final flight to London. This wasn’t as simple as it might seem as, in true Indian style, it was both disorganised and seemed to discriminate against females. Steve and the other men went through security relatively quickly as there were a number of personnel dedicated to the male queue. In contrast, there were very few staff dealing with the women and Mandy took an age. To make ...