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Next Athene debate – future of the NHS @athenenoctuara

by Cllr Darren Fower on 16 March, 2015

With the general election taking place in May, people are beginning to weigh up all the options for where their vote will go. A BBC/Populus poll has recently suggested the NHS is the most important issue to be covered by the news ahead of the election. Never a company to sit on the sidelines, Athene […]

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Are you 16-19? Have you recently left School/College and not sure what to do next? Pop along to the City College Peterborough Options Event. Monday 9th February 2015 3pm-6pm at the John Mansfield Centre, Western Avenue, Dogsthorpe, Peterborough PE1 4HX Come along and discuss your options including: Apprenticeships Childcare Office Skills Business Admin Customer Service IT Motor […]

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The spotlight will be on the Tudor period at the Katharine of Aragon Festival in Peterborough at the end of January. There is something for all ages, with Tudor activity days and costumed re-enactors at Peterborough Museum, and at Peterborough Cathedral a presentation on “The Exile of Katharine of Aragon” given by best-selling historian and […]

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Chief Executive of Peterborough City Council, Gillian Beasley, is set to trek across the Sahara desert, to help raise funds and awareness for city based charity, Spina bifida • Hydrocephalus • Information • Networking • Equality – SHINE! Gillian Beasley has been Chief Executive of Peterborough City Council for 12 years. There’s definitely times when […]

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Fower pops along to @FeeltheForceDay

by Cllr Darren Fower on 23 October, 2014

Feel the Force Day is an accessible film and TV event designed for visually impaired and disabled people. This year’s event at Kingsgate Conference Centre attracted hundreds of people and the event a first of its kind, in the World, EVER! I must say the latest event was VERY impressive! The organisation, the number of […]

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EVENT: Mental Health Awareness @PeterboroughCAB

by Cllr Darren Fower on 23 October, 2014

Got this through on email the other day and thought you might be interested? Peterborough Citizens Advice Bureau, 16-17 St Mark’s Street, Peterborough, PE1 2TU, are offering the following courses FREE to voluntary organisations, but there is a charge of £75 per person per course for statutory organisations (other than the Signposting and Awareness course which […]

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Heads up people! There’s now just two weeks to get your nominations in for people in YOUR local community “…who go out of their way to help others for a new award.” Peterborough City Council launched the Civic Awards in July to recognise residents, groups, organisations and businesses who have made a real difference to their […]

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Do you know a young person who has gone out of their way to help someone in their community? Or perhaps you know someone who volunteers their time to bring the community together? Peterborough City Council has launched its new Civic Awards to recognise residents, groups, organisations and businesses who have made a real difference […]

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Ever been part of a book club? #Werrington @VivacityPboro

by Cllr Darren Fower on 26 January, 2014

New members are needed for Werrington Book Club at Werrington Library. The group meets at the library in Staniland Way, Werrington on the last Tuesday of every month between 5.30pm and 6.30pm. The group allows people to discuss books they have read, and meet new people. To join, or for more information, visit or contact the the […]

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Councillor visits Council’s customer care centre!

by Cllr Darren Fower on 29 March, 2013

Recently, both your LIB DEM councillors Darren Fower and Julia Davidson visited Peterborough City Council’s customer service centre at Bayard Place in the city centre. Commenting, Cllr Fower (pictured) said, “It was a very interesting to see and hear the sort of concerns raised by residents via the number 747474, that said though I was […]

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