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City centre events postponed due to weekend weather

Several city centre events have been moved or cancelled in Peterborough this weekend because of potential high winds and rain.
Cathedral Square
Peterborough pauses: Cathedral Square. Photo John Baker

A Yellow Weather warning has been issued for this Saturday, November 27, meaning that Unlocking Peterborough's circus acts, strolling street musical and acrobatic performances will now be moved to Sunday, November 28.

The events on Sunday will take place from 11.30am-3.30pm, to celebrate the city’s local culture and open the festive season with a spin.

The vegan market also due to take place this weekend has also been postponed, and will now be in the city on December 19.

And the live graffiti street art featuring a host of our city's most well-known artists has been cancelled for Saturday, but is now still scheduled for Sunday, weather permitting.

The Met Office predicts outbreaks of rain, sleet and perhaps some snow this evening, accompanied by strong winds moving in from the west which could even lead to freezing temperatures.

Tomorrow very windy and cold weather is likely, with outbreaks of rain, sleet and perhaps a little snow inland at times, for much of the day.

Sunday is scheduled to be cold but less windy.