• 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

  • ST. PEGA'S CAFE BRUNCH

    BRUNCHBRUNCH

    BY POPULAR DEMAND ST PEGA’S CAFÉ RETURNS TO SERVE BRUNCH ON

    SUNDAY 5th NOVEMBER 2017

    IN PEAKIRK VILLAGE HALL
    from 9.00am to 11.00am

    Bring along your family and friends

    Everyone very welcome

    Full English and continental breakfasts served
    or just pop in for a coffee.

    Newspapers to read

    Children’s play area

    Proceeds for Church funds

  • Minutes of Parish Council Meeting - September 2017

    The minutes of the September meeting of the Parish Counil are attached.

  • FUTURE EVENTS - VILLAGE HALL / ST. PEGA'S CHURCH

    DATES FOR YOUR DIARY FROM OCTOBER 2017 TO JULY 2018
    - EVENTS IN PEAKIRK VILLAGE HALL/ST. PEGA'S CHURCH

    7th October 2.00pm – 4.00pm
    Stalls in the churchyard – cakes, preserves, books, bric-a-brac etc.

    8th October at 10.30am
    Harvest Festival Service

    2nd November at 7.00pm
    All Souls Service at St. Pega’s Church

    5th November 9.00am – 11.00am
    St. Pega’s Cafe - Brunch in the Village Hall

    11th November – prompt start at 7.30pm
    Quiz night with hosts Stan & Robert. Fish and Chip supper and raffle.

    3rd December at 4.00pm
    Christingle service at St. Pega’s Church

  • QUIZ NIGHT - 11TH NOVEMBER 2017

    QUIZQUIZPEAKIRK VILLAGE HALL QUIZ NIGHT

    Saturday, 11th November 2017 - 7.30pm prompt start

    Come and join in the fun at Peakirk Village Hall
    Pit your wits against our Quizmasters!

    Teams of 4

    £8.00 per person, including a Fish & Chip Supper.

    Bring your own drinks

    Call Debi on 01733 253018 to book your table
    To avoid disappointment, book early as this is always a very popular event!

  • Audited Annual Return for 2016-17

    The limited assurance review for the year ended 31 March 2017 is now complete. The notice and certified annual return are attached.

  • Agenda for September Meeting

    The Parish Council will meet on Monday 18th September at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. Agenda attached.

  • HARVEST FESTIVAL 7TH-8TH OCTOBER 2017

    HARVEST FESTIVAL AT ST PEGA’S CHURCH PEAKIRK

    SATURDAY 7th OCTOBER 2017

    Stalls in the churchyard from 2.00pm until 4.00pm

    cakes, preserves, books, bric-a-brac etc
    the church will be decorated with flowers
    and refreshments will be served

    SUNDAY 8TH OCTOBER 2017

    Harvest Festival Service at 10.30am

    It’s a harvest of tins again this year, please give generously
    all donations going to Peterborough Food Bank

  • Minutes of July Parish Counci meeting

    The minutes of July's meeting of the Parish Council are attached.

  • NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN REFERENDUM RESULT

    Villagers turned out in force last Thursday, 6th July, to vote on whether the Peakirk Neighbourhood Plan should be adopted.

    The turnout was 47.7% with 152 people voting YES and 14 people voting NO.

    The plan will go to full Council for formal adoption on Wednesday 19th July.

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