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Cyclist David Graham is set to end his 2500 mile tour of all 42 English cathedrals, in aid of the charity Rethink Mental Illness, at Peterborough Cathedral on Saturday 3rd October.

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Six year old boys and girls (in school year 2) who love to sing are invited to "Be a Chorister for a Day" at Peterborough Cathedral, on Saturday 3rd October from 10.00am - 12.50pm.

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Peterborough Cathedral has announced the appointment of Mr Stuart Orme to the new post of Head of Operations.

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Around 300 members from Mothers’ Union branches across the Diocese are expected at Peterborough Cathedral on Saturday 12th September when they gather for their Triennial Festival.

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The Revd Canon Tim Alban Jones begins his new job as Chaplain to the Bishop of Peterborough and Residentiary Canon of Peterborough Cathedral this month.

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Peterborough Cathedral and Peterborough Museum join forces in October to mark the centenary of a First World War heroine who attended school in the city.

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The quiet tapping of chisels has been going on in the background inside the Cathedral for a while, with work underway to conserve the 19th century tesserae floor of the Presbytery, near to the High Altar.

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People who have a passion for the Cathedral’s history and architecture, who love to expand their knowledge and enjoy meeting people from all over the world, are invited to consider training as a volunteer Cathedral Guide.

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“The beginning of the autumn term is always an exciting time for the choir” says Steven Grahl, Director of Music.

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Peterborough 900 Corporate Partner, General & Medical, is offering substantially discounted private health insurance policies to those associated with the Cathedral.

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