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ABOUT

The Mini Vine is a community space for everyone.

We welcome everyone from school leavers seeking guidance on their next steps to people wanting advice after finding themselves out of work because of the pandemic. 

 

The Mini Vine is a welcoming, vibrant and creative space and we want to inspire and motivate everyone we meet, as well as showcase some of our city’s best culture and heritage activities, events and days out.

 

With free wi-fi and co-working space, there is a range of information, services, activities, workshops, help and advice, The Mini Vine has something for you. 

You can access a wide range of support, learning, leisure services and activities seven days a week from this unique city centre location.

 

There are opportunities to take part in family activities, as well as learn more about career options, courses, training, upskilling and heritage and cultural events.

 

Developed and funded by City College Peterborough and Civic, The Mini Vine also gives businesses and partners an opportunity to work together for the benefit of everyone accessing its services. 

 

Our focus is for it to be a place where people of all ages and backgrounds come for information, advice, activity, learning and for their social wellbeing.

VISIT US

Location

62 Bridge Street

(formerly New Look)

Peterborough PE1 1DT

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday, 9am - 5pm

Sunday, 10am - 4pm

GET INVOLVED

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Do you have any ideas of what you’d like to see in The Mini Vine? We’d love to hear your feedback too. 

 

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Let’s Work Together!

Would you like to use The Mini Vine space to host a workshop, or an activity? Fill out the form below and email it to theminivine@citycollegepeterborough.ac.uk.

We would love to work with you to create some fun and educational activities for our community. If you have any questions or would like any further information, do not hesitate to get in touch. 

We also now have some professional photography that we’d like to replace the old photography with:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1FX2L37D3HwuIJekSfupwyKSWeSly4fGd