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24 Aug 2016 Council

Residents can help support the arrival of Syrian refugees

Residents can now donate items to support the arrival of five families of Syrian refugees. Earlier this year, the city council agreed to resettle around 100 Syrian refugees in Peterborough over...

19 Aug 2016 Residents

Just over 50 days to go to the Perkins Great Eastern Run 2016

"If you need any advice on preparing for the race then make sure you attend the free training sessions, which are a great way to meet fellow runners and get helpful tips on getting set for the big...

19 Aug 2016 Business

Man fined more than £5,000 for illegal use of land

A man who failed to obtain planning permission to use land for a car repairs business has been ordered to pay more than £5,000 after pleading guilty at Peterborough Magistrates' Court this...

18 Aug 2016 Residents

Residents invited to hospital merger presentations

Residents who use Hinchingbrooke, Peterborough and Stamford hospitals are invited to attend a series of public events in September to hear about the proposed merger between the two trusts that run...

18 Aug 2016 Residents

Peterborough above the national average for A-level passes

For the second year running Peterborough is above the national average for the number of pupils achieving A-level passes. The overall pass rate climbed slightly to 98.3 per cent – an...

17 Aug 2016 Council

Charity afternoon tea and 1940s fair keep Mayor busy

An afternoon tea in aid of the Mayor's charities and a 1940s themed summer fair are among the dates in the diary this week. Wednesday 17 August: The Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayoress...

10 Aug 2016 Council

Fancy a cuppa with the Mayor?

The Mayor of Peterborough has just announced a series of afternoon teas in aid of his charities. The first will be held on Thursday 18 August between 1-3pm at the Town Hall. There will be a...