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Residents 16 Aug 2018

Peterborough schools again above average for A-level passes

For the fourth year running Peterborough is above the national average for the number of pupils achieving A-level passes. With results received from all the city’s 11 secondary schools who had students sitting A levels in 2018, the overall...

Residents 16 Aug 2018

Advice and support for students after A-Level results

Young people who are unsure of their next steps following their A-Level results can get help and advice from the Youth Access Hub at City College Peterborough in Brook Street. In the hub students can speak to careers advisers from the council,...

Council 15 Aug 2018

Community building opening in Mayor's diary

The opening of a community building and a special activities event are dates in the Mayoral diary for this coming week. Saturday 18 August - The Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayoress will attend an activities day held by the Peterborough University of...

Council 14 Aug 2018

Mayor's charities presented with funds

Three local charities have been handed proceeds from fund raising efforts over the past year by the Mayor of Peterborough. Each city Mayor selects charities that they wish to support during their time in office and last year's Mayor, Councillor...

Residents 13 Aug 2018

Drainage team wins prestigious recognition

Peterborough City Council’s drainage team has been recognised for effective surface water management after designing and installing an innovate permeable paving system, which is helping to prevent flooding at a new housing development. The...