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26 Aug 2015 Council

Merchant Navy Day to be marked with city centre ceremony

Members of the public are invited to attend a ceremony on Merchant Navy Day to pay tribute to the sacrifices of seafarers. The Red Ensign, the Merchant Navy’s official flag, will be raised...

24 Aug 2015 Council

New look Wentworth Street officially opened

The Mayor of Peterborough, Councillor John Peach, will cut a ribbon to officially open a rejuvenated city centre street on Tuesday 25 August. Works to re-pave and improve lighting...

24 Aug 2015 Residents

500th customer signs up to Peterborough Energy

Peterborough residents have saved a combined total of £100,000 on their gas and electricity bills by switching to Peterborough Energy, Peterborough City Council's new energy supply....

24 Aug 2015 Business

Amnesty for illegal tattoo artists announced

Following a recent warning to residents about illegal tattooists, the council has received a number of new complaints about unregistered tattoo artists operating in the city. The...

21 Aug 2015 Residents

Just 50 days to go until the Perkins Great Eastern Run 2015

The countdown is on with just over 50 days to go to the start of the Perkins Great Eastern Run 2015. This year's race is on track to be the biggest ever with thousands of runners already signed...

21 Aug 2015 Council

Street opening and hog roast keep Mayor busy

The official opening of Wentworth Street and a hog roast party for the Mayor's charities are among the dates in the mayoral diary next week. Tuesday 25 August : The Mayor and Mayoress will be...

19 Aug 2015 Council

Council selects contractor to build Hampton Gardens school

Construction services company Carillion Construction Limited  has been selected as the preferred contractor to build Hampton Gardens, a new free school that will educate 1,500 pupils. It...