A school visit and two birthday parties keep Mayor busy

A visit from Thorpe Primary School to the Town Hall and celebrating two birthday parties are among the dates in the mayoral diary this week.

Friday 13 May: The Mayor and Mayoress will welcome around 15 pupils from Thorpe Primary School for a tour of the Mayor's Parlour and Council Chamber.

The school has recently had seven new classrooms added. The seven new rooms have been named Cathedral, Nene, Guildhall, Sacrewell, Norman Cross, Flag Fen and Burghley.  The children have been set a challenge to visit at least one of the places and take a photograph of themselves there.

As a reward for all their hard work the visit has been set up to meet the Mayor and Mayoress and receive a civic badge of acknowlegement. The visit will take place in the Mayor's Parlour, Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough between 11am and 12 noon.

Friday 13 May: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend a performance by Brendan Shine and his band Truly Scrumptious. The evening will take place at Parkway Sports and Social Club, Maskew Avenue, Peterborough between 7.45pm and 10.45pm.

Saturday 14 May: The Mayor and Mayoress will cut a cake at Caverstede Early Years Centre 70th birthday.  The event will be open to past families, staff, governors, trustees and children. The party will be held at the Caverstede Centre, Caverstede Road, Walton, Peterborough between 10am and 1pm.

Saturday 14 May: The Mayor will cut a cake at the College Arms 20th birthday celebration. The event will include a fun day, bake sale and barbeque. The celebrations will take place at The College Arms, Broadway, Peterborough between 3pm and 5pm.

Saturday 14 May: The Deputy Mayor will present a trophy to the best boxer of the evening at the Peterborough Police Amateur Boxing Charity Dinner. The event is an amateur boxing show and dinner to raise funds and awareness of the great work being done in the community by the boxing club and the charity Paston Farm Community Foundation. The evening will take place at the Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough between 8.30pm and 11pm.

Sunday 15 May: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend the Regional Peace Symposium. This is a regular feature by Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Peterborough, for community cohesion based on the basic principal of humanity highlighting a simple message of "Love For All Hatred For None". The event will take place at Ibrahimi Restaurant, 63 Sycamore Avenue, Dogsthorpe, Peterborough between 1.15pm and 4pm.

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