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17 Oct 2017 Residents

Council tax competition winners awarded £250 prizes

Five city residents have each been awarded £250 worth of shopping vouchers as part of a competition run by Peterborough City Council. Winners were chosen at random from those who had paid...

16 Oct 2017 Residents

City residents urged to take up free flu vaccine

Eligible city residents are being urged to take up the offer of a free flu vaccination following the launch of a national campaign. The Public Health England (PHE) and the NHS joint 'Stay Well...

13 Oct 2017 Council

Civic flagpoles to be installed on Bridge Street

Work to install three civic flagpoles on Bridge Street will start on Monday 16 October and is expected to continue until the end of this month. The flagpoles - which are currently located...

09 Oct 2017 Residents

City gets ready to celebrate Diwali

Diwali will be celebrated with dance and music in the city this weekend. This is a free event that all are welcome to attend. Activities will be taking place on Cathedral Square on Saturday 14...

06 Oct 2017 Residents

World Sight Day activities to take place in Peterborough

Blind and partially sighted people are being invited to activities taking place in Peterborough on World Sight Day. World Sight Day (Thursday 12 October)  is an opportunity  to focus...

06 Oct 2017 Council

WMHD - organisations combine to improve health of staff

NHS workers, local authority colleagues and charity representatives will mark World Mental Health Day with a conference examining how to improve health and wellbeing of staff. The joint event...

05 Oct 2017 Business

Twelve year lease signed with The Green Backyard

A twelve year lease has been signed with The Green Backyard to secure the charity's future on its current Oundle Road site. This milestone represents a major investment in the community project...

05 Oct 2017 Residents

Artwork planned for Lower Bridge Street

Four pieces of public art will be placed in Lower Bridge Street over the coming weeks, the final part of a £2.1 million project to improve  the look and feel of Lower Bridge Street....