Sausage Supper and Black History Month keep Mayor busy

The annual opening of Bridge Fair and a presentation at Black History Month are among the dates in the mayoral diary next week.

Tuesday 6 October: The Mayor, Mayoress and Deputy Mayor will head a procession to the annual Bridge Fair followed by a speech proceeding this year's traditional Sausage Supper.

All proceeds will go the Mayor's charities; Combined Cadet Force, Age UK Peterborough, Hope into Action and Peterborough Scouts and Girl Guiding (West Cambridgeshire County).

The procession will start at Peterborough Town Hall, Bridge Street at 6.30pm and the Sausage Supper will follow between 7.45pm and 10pm in the Reception Room at the Town Hall.

For more details and tickets contact the Mayor’s Charity Committee on 07506 388718 or 07932 704568 or email mayor@peterborough.gov.uk

Wednesday 7 October: The Deputy Mayor will attend Parkway Dreams, a play which tells the story of Peterborough during the 1970s and 1980s. Performed by the theatre company Eastern Angles at the Key Theatre, Embankment Road, Peterborough.

Friday 9 October: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend Awareness Raising of Relate. Relate offers different services and workshops to help improve relationships.

The event is to raise the positive awareness and difference the services can make to Peterborough people. The event will take place at 1 - 2 Adam Court, Newark Road, Peterborough.

Friday 9 October: The Mayor and Mayoress will make a presentation and say a few words at Peterborough Athletic Club's presentation night. The evening is to celebrate the success of the club's athletes over the past 12 months.

The evening will take place at the Caroline Hand Executive Suite, ABAX Stadium, London Road, Peterborough.

Saturday 10 October: The Mayor and Mayoress will say a few words and make a presentation at Black History Month. The Mayor and Mayoress will attend the event at the Millenium Centre, Dickens Street, Peterborough.

Sunday 11 October: The Mayor and Mayoress will start the Anna’s Hope Fun Run at 10am and the half marathon at 10.30am at this year's Perkins Great Eastern Run.

Sunday 11 October: The Deputy Mayor will attend the third international Nahju Balagha Conference which will feature national and international speakers in Islamic Studies and aims to explore wide ranging themes of faith, humanity and politics. The conference will take place at the Marriott Hotel, Lynch Wood, Peterborough.

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