Street opening and hog roast keep Mayor busy

The official opening of Wentworth Street and a hog roast party for the Mayor's charities are among the dates in the mayoral diary next week.

Tuesday 25 August: The Mayor and Mayoress will be joined by shop owners and representatives from Eurovia and Skanska to cut a ribbon for the official opening of Wentworth Street. Works have taken place to improve the street scene by re-paving and replacing the streets lighting. The opening will take place at Wentworth Street (Bridge Street end), Peterborough between 11am and 11.30am.

Tuesday 25 August: The Mayor and Mayoress will visit this year's annual Peterborough Beer Festival which will be held at the Embankment. The Mayor and Mayoress will be attending between 2.15pm and 4.15pm.

Thursday 27 August: The Mayor and Mayoress will visit Peterborough U3A Activities Day. The University of the 3rd Age organises numerous activities for the over 50s and this event is to encourage new members. The event will take place at The Fleet, Fleet Way, Peterborough between 11am and 12noon.

Saturday 29 August: The Deputy Mayor will visit the Woodland Heritage Conservation and Craft Day. The event will take place at Pocock's Wood, accessed from Peterborough Crematorium car park, Bretton, Peterborough between 11.45am and 12.45pm.

Sunday 30 August: The Mayor would like to invite residents to his annual Hog Roast. This year the event is being held to raise money for the Mayor's charities which are The Scouts, The Guides, The Combined Cadet Force, Hope into Action and Age UK Peterborough. Tickets cost £16 for adults and £8 for children and can be purchased by emailing john.peach@peterborough.gov.uk or phone John Peach on 01733 340184.

The event will take place at 195 Broadway, Peterborough from 12.30pm. Leaflet is attached for more information.

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