Charity afternoon tea and 1940s fair keep Mayor busy

An afternoon tea in aid of the Mayor's charities and a 1940s themed summer fair are among the dates in the diary this week.

Wednesday 17 August:
The Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayoress will say a few words to open the Culture Inclusive Event at Unity Hall, Northfield Road, Peterborough which takes place between 5pm and 7pm. The event is hosted by Promoting African Refugee Community Association (PARCA) to celebrate the diverse cultures within Peterborough and bring communities together to enjoy food and traditional dance from different nations. 

Thursday 18 August: The Mayor will host the first of a series of civic afternoon teas which will feature refreshments, a raffle, bric-a-brac stalls and the opportunity for a spot of dancing.  The event will raise money for the Mayor's charities which are the Salvation Army Good Neighbours Scheme, the Royal Air Force Association and the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Visitors can also donate books, bric-a-brac items or bake a cake for the home produce stall. The event will take place in the Reception Room at the Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough between 1pm and 3pm. 

Saturday 20 August: The Mayor will attend a 1940s-themed summer fair at Avery House, Chaffinch lane, Hampton Vale, Peterborough between 3pm and 4pm. The Mayor will present a raffle prize at the summer fair which is being held to raise funds for the residents' comfort fund.

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