Some of the most precious objects related to the history of Peterborough and the Nene Valley are on show at the Peterborough Museum until January. There is also a series of talks related to the "Treasures" being made by eminent local and national specialists. Don't miss this unique opportunity to see this collection of objects which are normally housed in the British Museum or other significant institutions around the country. The Water Newton Treasure Found at Durobrivae (the fortified Roman town near the village of Water Newton), this treasure tells the story of some of the first Christian groups in Peterborough. It is one of the earliest examples of Christian silver from the Roman Empire.