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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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Friday 13 January

Here is a link to the Cathedral's Weekly Sheet, which includes notices of interest to the congregation.

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A Royal Audience with ‘King Henry VIII and Queen Katharine’, a rare chance to see the 500 year old Peterborough Book of Hours, and a talk by the broadcaster and historian Dr Suzannah Lipscomb ...

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“Let’s work together to put things right.” That was the clear message from the Bishop of Peterborough, the Rt Revd Donald Allister, as he published his Visitation Charge to Peterborough Cathedral today.

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Peterborough Cathedral is looking for volunteers who would like to join its team of “welcomers”.

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From Monday 2nd January onwards, Peterborough Cathedral is slashing the price of its guided tour tickets to … zero! The free guided tours will usually be available twice a day, at 11.30am and 2.00pm, from Monday to Saturday.

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