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Work has begun on conserving two Grade I Listed buildings in the Cathedral Precincts and converting them into a new heritage and education centre for visitors.
Plan your summer with the latest guide to events and services at Peterborough Cathedral. Free lunchtime recitals, a show from Riding Lights Theatre and a lecture by the distinguished historian Prof. Eamon Duffy are just some of the highlights.
Today (17th June) artist Rupert Cordeux was at the Cathedral shop to make a special delivery of "build your own Peterborough Cathedral" model kits. The kits, at 1:240 scale, are on special offer in the Cathedral's online shop until 30th June.
City visitors and workers can look forward to hearing some excellent music at lunchtimes between July and September, in the beautiful surroundings of Peterborough Cathedral. The free recitals begin on 15th July.
The Chapter of Peterborough Cathedral is seeking to appoint a Schools and Families Officer, a suitably qualified person to lead the education work at the Cathedral.
Assistant Director of Music, David Humphreys, has received high praise for his recent CD of organ music played on the Cathedral's famous Hill organ.
The world-renowned choral group, 'The Sixteen', returns to Peterborough Cathedral on Friday 12th June with music from two masters of the Spanish golden age, Francisco Guerro and Alonso Lobo.
HRH The Duke of Gloucester officially opened a lighter and more welcoming main entrance at Peterborough Cathedral today (23rd April).
A mystery play is to be staged in the Portico of Peterborough Cathedral on Saturday 4th July and a call has gone out from the theatre company, Eastern Angles, for performers and others who would like to take part.
It was announced today that Peterborough Cathedral has been awarded £200,000 from the First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund to enable it to carry out urgent repairs to part of the Cathedral floor.