Key theatre play and graduation ceremony keep mayor busy

A performance by the Peterborough Gilbert & Sullivan Players at The Key Theatre and University Centre Peterborough's graduation ceremony are among the dates in the mayoral diary this week.

Thursday 22 September: The Mayor will attend University Centre Peterborough's graduation ceremony at The Bull Hotel on Westgate and Peterborough Cathedral.  A procession of students will leave The Bull Hotel at 6.45pm with the ceremony beginning at the cathedral at 7.30pm.  The event is due to finish between 9pm and 9.30pm.

Thursday 22 September: The Deputy Mayor will attend a private viewing of the Thomas Cook exhibition at Peterborough Museum on Priestgate in the city centre at 6.30pm. The exhibition celebrates 175 years since Thomas Cook first dipped his toes into the world of travel on 5 July 1841, when he organised a one-day train journey from Leicester to Loughborough.

Friday 23 September: The Deputy Mayor will attend a performance of Iolanthe by Peterborough Gilbert & Sullivan Players at The Key Theatre at 7.15pm.

Saturday 24 September: The Deputy Mayor will attend the Peterborough Centre for Young Musicians open day at Ormiston Bushfield Academy, Orton Centre, Peterborough, between 9.30am and 10.30am.

Sunday 25 September: The Deputy Mayor will attend the Stamford Battle of Britain service and parade at All Saints' Church, All Saints' Place, Stamford. Guests will process from Stamford Town Hall at 10.30am to the church ready for the service at 11am. Following the service there will be a wreath laying ceremony at the war memorial on Broad Street, Stamford.

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