Category Archives: Village Hall

BRIAN LEVER’S FLYING CHALLENGE

Brian Lever’s Flying Challenge. Brian is a member of the congregation of St Pega’s church, Peakirk near Peterborough. In November 2018, thieves stripped the church roof of its lead, leaving the tiny congregation to raise an initial £70,000 to make the church water-tight and to replace the roof. The congregation set about to raise money… Read More »

CLOSURE OF PEAKIRK VILLAGE HALL

It is with regret that I am writing to tell you that we are closing Peakirk Village Hall from 20th March. This is a drastic but inevitable consequence of the Coronavirus and the risk of spreading the disease during activities in the hall. We have a duty of care to users of the hall and… Read More »

PEAKIRK V.E. FETE – SUNDAY 17TH MAY 2020

V.E. DAY FETE – SUNDAY 17TH MAY 2020 1.00PM – 4.00PM PEAKIRK VILLAGE GREEN – LATEST NEWS!! Have you organised your Gents., Ladies and Children’s 1940’s clothes? Plenty of bargains in charity shops and Ebay – contact blever@btinternet.com Don’t forget there are prizes for the most interesting clothes and hairstyles. Bunting making in Peakirk Village… Read More »

30th November – Sleeping Beauty Pantomime

PEAKIRK & NEWBOROUGH DRAMATIC SOCIETY  present  SLEEPING BEAUTY Saturday 30th November at 7.30pm in Peakirk Village Hall. Refreshments available to purchase and a raffle (All proceeds from the raffle going towards St. Pega’s Church Roof Fund). Tickets:  £6 each Available from Di on 07960 029110.

PEAKIRK VILLAGE QUIZ

PEAKIRK VILLAGE HALL QUIZ NIGHT Saturday, 12th October 2019 – 7.30pm prompt start  Come and join in the fun at Peakirk Village Hall Pit your wits against our Quizmasters who have come out of retirement to raise funds for St. Pega’s Church Roof! Teams of 4  £10.00 per person, including a Fish & Chip Supper… Read More »

Community Defibrillator training

Peakirk’s Community Defibrillator is installed and operative thanks to Big Lottery Funding. The Community Heartbeat Trust will be demonstrating the use of defibrillators and explaining how the equipment works and its benefits to the community in saving precious minutes in the treatment of sudden cardiac arrest. This important event will be open to all on… Read More »

Peakirk Fete

After a dodgy start (raining) on Saturday afternoon when we were putting up the marquees and gazebos and a cloudy Sunday morning, we were blessed with a glorious sunny afternoon just in time for the fete opening. The usual variety of stalls and games kept hundreds of visitors occupied whilst the tea and home made… Read More »