Other Organisations

Cambridgeshire Constabularyhttp://www.cambs.police.uk/
Emergencies – Dial 999 when:

  • Lives are at risk / violence / serious injury
  • Serious crime is happening
  • Criminal still at the scene or nearby

The police operator will need to take your name, address and details of what has happened. This will take time, but it is important to get all of the information from you so that we can send the appropriate resources to you if necessary.

Non-emergencies – always call 101:
Your call will be answered by a trained operator. Please note, calls may be recorded for quality monitoring, training and evidential purposes.

Meet your local Peterborough teamhttp://www.cambs.police.uk/your-are/Peterborough/

Across Peterborough  www.acrosspeterborough.org.uk – the website aims to provide a tool to enable Christians around the city to work together more closely to bring God’s love to the city of Peterborough.

Peterborough Churcheshttp://acrosspeterborough.org.uk/Groups/263529
– links to church details and individual websites.

Peterborough Council for Voluntary Service http://www.pcvs.co.uk/volunteer-centre/Peterborough Volunteer Centre acts as the hub for volunteering activity in the City, working with both organisations and volunteers. We provide training, referrals and comprehensive all-round support. Phone: 01733 311016 or 01733 342683. Email: liz.telford@pcvs.co.uk

Read Easy http://www.readeasy.org.uk/ – Read Easy is a new community organisation that recruits, trains and allocates volunteers to give one-to-one tuition to adults who struggle with reading, using a highly effective new manual called ‘Yes We Can Read’. It’s a free, friendly, flexible scheme, suitable for anyone who either can’t read or who lacks confidence with reading. Contact: Chris Campling. Phone: 07563 961 612


Abuse        Addiction        Counselling and Support        Hard Times and Housing