Your Parish needs youYour Parish needs youThe parish council now has 1 vacancy.

    If the council is not quorate then this could start to affect decision making.

    So if you are interested in taking up one of these rewarding roles then please contact the secretary to the Parish Council, Angela Hankins, on 8 The Park, St Pega's Rd - Tel 253397 Email: peakirkparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk

  • 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 20th June 2016

    There will be a meeting of the Parish Council on Monday 22nd June, in the Village Hall, starting at 7.30pm. Agenda attached.

  • Transparency Code - 2016 Documents

    Attached are a series of documents setting out:

    • List of Parish Councillors responsibilities
    • Asset Register (List of council owned land and buildings)
    • End of year accounts
    • Annual Return including governance statement and internal audit
    • Council Accounts - a summary of your rights
    • List of expenditure items over £100

  • Minutes of May 2016 Meeting

    Minutes of the 2016 Annual Parish Council meeting attached.

  • Minutes of Annual Parish Meeting

    The Annual Peakirk Parish Meeting was held on Monday 9th May - minutes of the meeting with reports from several village organisations as well as news on the route of Car Dyke are attached.

  • Agenda for 16th May 2016

    The annual Parish Council meeting will be held on Monday 16th May commencing at 7.30pm. All welcome.


    8th MAY - Fete on the Green

    9th May - Annual Parish Meeting in Village Hall

    15th May - 40s Dance in Village Hall

    12th June - Games and Picnic on the Village Green

    25th June - Dog Show Mr. Neaverson's Paddock

    27th June - AGM of Village Hall Committee in Village Hall

    31st July - Open Gardens

    6th August - Brian Lever's charity model aircraft flight on Village Green

    13th August - DuckFest at the Ruddy Duck

    11th September - 40s Dance in Village Hall

  • Minutes of April 2016 Meeting

    Minutes of the last parish council meeting and Annual Accounts available to view.

  • May Fete Bake Off - instructions

    If you fancy trying out your baking skills then attached are the instructions for the different classes in the bake off at the May Fete.

    There are three classes:

    • Adult

    • Children 9-13

    • Children 8 and under

    So pre-warm your ovens, and get baking!

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