The Queen's birthday tea party and Proms concert keep Mayor busy

Celebrations to mark Her Majesty The Queen's 90th birthday and the annual Last Night of the Proms evening at Peterborough Cathedral, are among the dates in the mayoral diary next week.

Wednesday 20 April: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice's 25th anniversary open event at Thorpe Road, Peterborough between 2pm and 3.30pm. The Sue Ryder team are opening the doors of the hospice for three public sessions today.

Thursday 21 April: The Mayor and Mayoress will make a speech and light a beacon at HM The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebration. The celebrations will take place on the steps of the Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough between 2pm and 2.10pm.

Thursday 21 April: The Mayor and Mayoress will host HM The Queen's 90th Birthday Tea Party. Open to all, the party will be hosted by the Mayor to benefit his official charities and local voluntary organisation, Senior Stop. The party will take place in the Mayor's Parlour and Town Hall balcony, Bridge Street, Peterborough between 2.10pm and 5pm. For more information regarding the Mayor's tea party, call Helen Sargent on 07506 388718.

Saturday 23 April: The Mayor and Mayoress will host the annual Last Night of the Proms concert and the event's 21st year. The Band of the Royal Anglian Regiment will be providing the stirring and anthemic entertainment at Peterborough Cathedral between 7pm and 11pm.
The evening will raise money for the Mayor's chosen charities. Tickets, costing from £8 to £15, are available from Peterborough Information Centre on 01733 452336 or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/mayorofpeterboroughcharityfund.

Sunday 24 April: The Mayor and Mayoress will attend the Peterborough Scouts and Guides St George's Day Parade and Service. This will take place at Peterborough Cathedral between 12.30pm and 1.45pm.

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