• Introduction

    On the edge of the fens, Peakirk is a village about 5 miles north of Peterborough. St Pega reportedly lived here in the early 8th century and Peakirk is named after her (being a version of "Pegas kirk", Pegas' church).

    According to the 2001 census Peakirk is home to over 320 people, and on this website you can find items of interest for the village:

    • Peakirk Village Hall
    • The Parish Council
    • The Church
    • Other village organisations
    • Village news
    • Useful info

  • Agenda for June Meeting

    The agenda for the next Parish Council meeting to be held on Monday 19th June is attached.

  • Annual Return 2017

    The Annual Return for the year ending 31 March 2017 is available to view. Anyone wishing to inspect or make copies of the accounting records should apply to the Clerk, Angela Hankins between 19th June and 28th July.

  • Publication of Unaudited Annual Accounts

    The unaudited annual return is available to view. A copy of the Notice of Public Rights and publication of unaudited annual return for the year ended 31 March 2017 is attached.

  • Minutes of Parish Council Meeting - May 2017

    The Annual meeting of the Parish Council was held on 15th May. Minutes of the meeting are attached.

  • Minutes of Annual Parish Meeting

    The Annual Parish Meeting was well attended, with 32 village residents present. Minutes of the meeting are attached.

  • Neighbourhood plan referendum will be on 6 July 2017

    Peterborough City Council announced today that the referendum on the Peakirk Neighbourhood Plan will be on 6 July 2017.

    Wording of the announcement below and here: https://www.peterborough.gov.uk/council/elections/peakirk-neighbourhood-...


    News from...

    25 May 2017

    PR 12158

    For immediate release

    Communications Team

    Town Hall


    PE1 1HG

    Referendum date set for Peakirk Neighbourhood Plan

  • Church clean up - thanks to all involved

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    On Saturday 20th May, a good team turned out to give St Pegas church a spring clean, both inside and out. Thanks to all involved who came to dust, polish, wax, remove moss, remove ivy, prune or any one of a number of other jobs.

    The church looks wonderful for it.

  • Agenda for Annual Parish Council Meeting - May 15th

    The Annual Parish Council meeting will be held on Monday 15th May in the Village Hall. Agenda attached.

  • Neighbourhood plan review complete

    I am pleased to let you know that:

    'Subject to a number of recommendations (principally for changes to the way in which certain policies are expressed), I have concluded that the Peakirk Neighbourhood Plan meets all the necessary legal requirements at this stage of its preparation, and consequently am pleased to recommend that it should proceed to referendum.

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