School achievement evening and launch of Stoptober keep Mayor busy

A celebration of achievement evening at St John Fisher Catholic High School and the launch of Stoptober campaign are among the dates in the mayoral diary next week.

Monday 28 September: The Mayor and Mayoress will make a visit to The King's (The Cathedral) School where they will have a tour of the school and meet some of the students. The visit will take place at King's School, Park Road, Peterborough.

Tuesday 29 September: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend the Anglia Ruskin University Graduation Ceremony at Peterborough Cathedral, Minster Precincts, Peterborough.

Tuesday 29 September: The Deputy Mayor will attend Hereward Tower launch event. Hereward Tower is a new residential development in Peterborough city centre consisting of 33 apartments. The launch incorporating a tour will take place at Eco Innovation Centre, Peterscourt, City Road, Peterborough.

Tuesday 29 September: The Mayor and Mayoress will make a speech at the St John Fisher Annual Celebration of Achievement Evening. The evening is to congratulate students and reward them for their work in the previous year. The presentations will take place at St John Fisher Catholic High School, Park Lane, Peterborough.

Wednesday 30 September: The Mayor and Mayoress will open the Flower and Art Festival.  The Salvation Army will be hosting the festival celebrating 150 years of ministry and mission. The Mayor will attend the event at The Salvation Army, 1203 Bourges Boulevard, Peterborough.

Wednesday 30 September: The Mayor and Mayoress will visit the Parca (Promoting African Refugee Community Association) job fair.  Parca is holding its first ever Job Fair in conjunction with Peterborough Job Centre.  The event will take place at Unity Hall, Northfield Road, Peterborough.

Thursday 1 October: The Deputy Mayor will attend the official opening of the £1.8 million restoration project of Sacrewell's 18th Century Watermill in the presence of His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester. The event is hosted by The William Scott Abbott Trust and will be held at Sacrewell, Great North Road, Thornhaugh, Peterborough.

Thursday 1 October: The Mayor and Mayoress will help launch National Stoptober Campaign in the Operation Can Do area, Millfield, Peterborough.

Friday 2 October: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend a tea party and tour of Amazon Ward which is being held as a part of National Play in Hospital Week. The party will take place in the Women and Children's Atrium, Peterborough City Hospital, Bretton Gate, Peterborough.

Saturday 3 October: The Mayor and Mayoress will cut a ribbon to officially launch the newly refurbished Westgate Arcade. The event will be 1930s themed with swing dance performances and character actors. The Mayor will attend the launch in Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough.

Sunday 4 October: The Deputy Mayor will attend Nigeria's 55th Independence Celebration.  The day is celebrated to commemorate the independence of Nigeria from the United Kingdom on this day in 1960. The celebrations will take place at Millfield Community Centre, 3 New England Complex, Lincoln Road, Peterborough.

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