School breakfast visit and Holocaust events keep Mayor busy

A school visit to understand the importance of a healthy breakfast and two events to remember the Holocaust are among the dates in the mayoral diary next week.

Monday 25 January
: The Mayor and Mayoress will take part in the Kids Country Breakfast Week. This is a part of the UK wide Breakfast Week, a national campaign to showcase the benefits of a healthy breakfast. The children will take part in numerous activities including cooking their own special breakfast. The visit will take place at St Botolph's C of E Primary School, Oundle Road, Orton Longueville, Peterborough between 11am and 11.30am.

Wednesday 27 January: The Mayor, Mayoress and Deputy Mayor will attend a Holocaust Memorial Event where the Mayor will make a speech. The service will take place at St John's Church, Peterborough between 11.30am and 1.30pm.

Wednesday 27 January: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend a second Holocaust Memorial Day Event. Don't Stand By is the theme for the day and four local junior schools will work with Small Nose Theatre Company to present a short play based on The Kindertransport. The event will take place at Peterborough Regional College, Park Crescent, Peterborough between 1.50pm and 3.30pm.

Thursday 28 January: The Mayor and Mayoress will welcome 15 Brownies and their Leaders on a visit from 1st Peterborough (All Saint's) Brownies. The Brownies will have a tour of the Council Chamber and Town Hall and the Mayor will talk about his mayoral role. The visit will take place in the Mayor's Parlour between 6pm and 7pm.

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