What’s On

In the following monthly calendars we give brief details of just some of the upcoming events in our area. For fuller information about these events – and about many others – and contact details relating to them, links are provided to the websites of:-

Ferry Meadows/Nene Park          Peterborough Arena          Nene Valley Railway          Yacht Club          Bushfield Leisure Centre

Orton Library          Methodist Chapel          Windmill P.H.           Christ Church

Most of the events that we show in the calendar are ‘one-off’ events but there are many on-going groups and clubs in the area that meet regularly. Links to some of the websites that give more information about such clubs and/or groups are:

Bushfield Bowls Club          O.W. Village Hall

 

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
City Councillor Surgery 10:00
City Councillor Surgery @ Orton Waterville Village Hall
Mar 2 @ 10:00 – 11:00
Meet Cllr Gavin Elsey who will listen to your suggestions and/or concerns upon PCC matters.
Games Club 15:30
Games Club @ Orton Library
Mar 4 @ 15:30 – 17:00
Play traditional and modern board games, each week, every Monday.
Job Club Computer Session 10:30
Job Club Computer Session @ Orton Library
Mar 5 @ 10:30 – 12:00
The weekly ‘Job Club’ is just one of the computer sessions at the library. ‘You Can Do It’ takes place each Monday from 2p.m. to [...]
Quiz Night 20:30
Quiz Night @ The Windmill
Mar 7 @ 20:30
Quiz night is on Thursday each week; maybe you’ll have a drink whilst competing in the quiz.
OWPC Meeting 19:00
OWPC Meeting @ Village Hall, Glebe Avenue, Orton Waterville
Mar 20 @ 19:00
Agenda 20th March 2019 Draft minutes February 2019 OWPC meets on the third Wednesday of each month except August at the Orton Waterville Village Hall [...]
Stitches Knitting Group 10:00
Stitches Knitting Group @ Methodist Chapel
Mar 21 @ 10:00 – 12:00
Join others to knit for charity – and perhaps talk as well!
St Mary’s Coffee Morning 10:30
St Mary’s Coffee Morning @ St Mary's Church
Mar 23 @ 10:30 – 12:00
Visit for a chat, raffle, tea/coffee and home made cakes.  Money raised is split between the church and charities.