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Scores of schoolchildren from Whissendine, North Luffenham and other schools in Rutland will attend a special service of Choral Evensong at Peterborough Cathedral on Sunday 26th February 2017, at 3.30pm.

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Business Women are encouraged to ‘Be Bold for Change’ at International Women’s Day event Wednesday 8 March at Peterborough Cathedral

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On 16th February 2017 the world première of a new work based on the forms and structures of Choral Evensong was performed at Peterborough Cathedral.

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Peterborough InterFaith Council will be holding a celebration of the city’s diverse faith community at Peterborough Cathedral on Wednesday 8th February, at 7pm.

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On Shrove Tuesday, 28th February, at 1.00pm, Peterborough Cathedral is inviting people to take part in a fun-run style Pancake Race around the Precincts, and help raise some much needed cash for the Cathedral.

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Over seventy pupils from Years 5 and 6 at St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School in Kettering came to visit the Cathedral this week.

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The latest models of the BMW 5 series and MINI Countryman are to be unveiled in the 900 year old nave of Peterborough Cathedral on Thursday 9th February 2017.

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There is suddenly more space in the North Transept thanks to the staff and friends, armed with power tools, who volunteered for a late shift and dismantled the exhibition that has stood for 25 years in the North Transept.

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After a highly acclaimed tour in 2016, Antic Disposition’s production of Shakespeare’s Henry V is to be staged at Peterborough as part of a UK cathedral tour.

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Peterborough Cathedral has announced the winners of its “Cathedral at Night” photographic competition. The winning photographs were selected by visitors to the exhibition who voted for their favourite picture.

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