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Charlotte Moore

Charlotte Moore

Charlotte was born and raised in Peterborough. She received a 2:1 in English and American Literature from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, spending six months studying at the University of Rhode Island as part of an exchange programme.

Before joining the team at Peterborough Matters she worked at Vivacity as a library assistant for three years, and before that had roles including production assistant at NorthLight Media and sales assistant at WHSmith. She’s recently returned from four months of travel in Australia and South East Asia but is very happy to have settled back in Peterborough – there's no place like home!

Recent Work by Charlotte

Picture of the Day

Picture of the Day

Share your Peterborough pictures at pictures@peterboroughmatters.co.uk!
Abbey College celebrates award for supporting new teachers

Abbey College celebrates award for supporting new teachers

Abbey College, in Ramsey, has achieved the Early Career Development Quality Mark (ECDQM), awarded to recognise effective support and development of teachers just starting their careers.
Peterborough families invited to socially distanced tea party

Peterborough families invited to socially distanced tea party

The Allama Iqbal Centre on Cromwell Road is inviting families to a Mad Hatter's Socially Distanced Tea Party on July 10.
Peterborough in top ten areas hardest hit by coronavirus recession, says report

Peterborough in top ten areas hardest hit by coronavirus recession, says report

Peterborough has placed fifth in a list of the ten places that may face longer-lasting damage from the coronavirus recession, according to a think tank's analysis.
Peterborough Cathedral announces first public service since lockdown

Peterborough Cathedral announces first public service since lockdown

Peterborough Cathedral has announced it is to welcome worshippers in person for the first time since the COVID-19 lockdown on Sunday, July 12.
Sundays restaurant set to re-open on July 10

Sundays restaurant set to re-open on July 10

Sundays, the restaurant and tea room in the Cathedral precincts, has informed customers it will be re-opening on Friday, July 10.
Jarvis, Abigail Marie (Abi)

Jarvis, Abigail Marie (Abi)

Abigail Marie Jarvis (Abi) passed away on Monday, June 22, aged 30 years.
Poll Results: Is it possible to socially distance after a few drinks in the pub?

Poll Results: Is it possible to socially distance after a few drinks in the pub?

Across the weekend that pubs and restaurants opened their doors again, we asked Peterborough if it was possible to socially distance after a few drinks - and most were certain it wasn't.
Girlguiding groups across region enjoy Midsummer Sleepover Challenge

Girlguiding groups across region enjoy Midsummer Sleepover Challenge

Girls, young women and leaders from the Girlguiding Cambs West group celebrated Midsummer weekend by taking part in a special virtual sleepover challenge.
Letter: City council needs to be transparent regarding Vivacity services

Letter: City council needs to be transparent regarding Vivacity services

With the 90-day consultation between Vivacity and the Peterborough City Council well underway, residents need transparency regarding what is being decided as soon as possible, writes Stuart Haw, former Vivacity employee and current PhD candidate.