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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.
“The beginning of the autumn term is always an exciting time for the choir” says Steven Grahl, Director of Music.
Peterborough 900 Corporate Partner, General & Medical, is offering substantially discounted private health insurance policies to those associated with the Cathedral.
Heritage Open Day: Enjoy a free guided tour of the Cathedral Precincts, including the Deanery Garden which is not usually open to the public, and take in the last summer recital of the year as Pietro Roffi plays classical accordion in the Portico.
Cathedral Site Coordinator, Geoff Sayers, flew the Cathedral flag at the top of Mount Canigou this summer, after a 2784m (9134ft) climb with his family.
Determined golfers raised £13,500 for Peterborough Cathedral’s 900 Campaign at Luffenham Heath Golf Club on 24th July, in spite of the rainy conditions.
The Chapter of Peterborough Cathedral is seeking to appoint a Head of Operations to take a lead role in significantly developing income streams appropriate to the Cathedral’s mission
Sixth-formers from Ken Stimpson Community School have scooped no less than six awards for their unique travel guide to the UK, which is now on sale in the Cathedral shop.
At the start of the long school holidays, Peterborough Cathedral is offering a week of fun and activity for children aged 8 to 11 years from Monday 27th until Friday 31st July, 10.00am until 3.00pm each day.
As work begins on the ambitious 18 month project to re-pitch all 5286 pipes of its magnificent Hill organ, Peterborough Cathedral is inviting viewers to follow the story in a series of short videos called “Pipewatch”.