Village interests?

In today’s hectic world we are fortunate to live in the beautiful village of Peakirk.  With the pressures of modern day life a sense of community wellbeing is to be encouraged for all ages. With this in mind the village hall committee has discussed the following ideas to encourage community acitivites in the village, for… Read More »

St Pegas Brunch – thanks

Thanks to all who came along and supported at the Brunch on Sunday, 4th February. We had a full house once again and raised £411 towards Church funds.  A big thank you to all our wonderful helpers, including some additional new ones to the team.

Could you help enhance St Pega’s

A meeting will be held on Saturday March 10th 2018 at 3pm in the Village Hall, to look at the feasibility of work to St Pega’s church that will make it more accessible to the community and conserve and enhance the medieval wall paintings. Anyone who is interested is welcome to this initial meeting and… Read More »

Community defibrillator installed at village hall

Saturday 2nd December 2017 proved to be a landmark day for Peakirk village. For several years we have been trying to raise funds to install a Community Defibrillator and finally with the help of the Community Heartbeat Trust we have achieved our aim. The training was provided by Wendy from the CHT who went through… Read More »

Christingle and light switch on

There was a good turnout on Sunday afternoon for the Christingle service and afterwards the switch on of the Christmas lights, both led by Reverend Mark-Aaron. We heard about the symbolism of the Christingle and the work of the Children’s Society. Outside the lights were switched on by Revd Mark-Aaron who then led the singing… Read More »