The Lonely ANZAC service is on the Mayor's diary

Council / 24 Apr 2017

A service to mark The Lonely ANZAC and the Railworld Open Day are in the Mayoral diary for next week.

Tuesday 25 April

The Mayor will greet a group of students on an exchange trip to the city from Italy. The group will have a tour of the Town Hall from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.

Tuesday 25 April

The Mayor will join a service to mark the death of The Lonely ANZAC, Sergeant Thomas Hunter. The service takes place at Broadway Cemetery, in Peterborough, from 2pm to 3pm.

Wednesday 26 April

The Mayor will visit The Kiosk café at Itter Park. The new café is run independently by a Peterborough couple who wanted to give visitors to Itter Park a place to eat and drink. The visit is at 12.30pm.

Friday 28 April

The Mayor will be the guest of honour at the opening of the Avicenna Clinic. The private healthcare clinic is based on North Street, Peterborough. The opening is at 1pm.

Saturday 29 April

The Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayoress will attend the Muslim Council of Peterborough AGM. It is at Jack Hunt School in Ledbury Road, Peterborough from 5pm to 7pm.

Sunday 30 April

The Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayoress will visit the Railworld Open Day at the Railworld Wildlife Haven. The open day runs from 10am to 4pm.