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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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Peterborough Cathedral is the perfect place to take your visitors over the Christmas holidays. Check here for opening and tour times.

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Thank you Kall Kwik!

Wednesday 21 December

Huge thanks to Kall Kwik Peterborough for their generous and unexpected Christmas gift! They have kindly printed the Cathedral’s photographic orders today, free of charge.

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Peterborough Cathedral is expecting a full house of over the Christmas period, when much loved traditional services will take place, many of them with singing led by the choristers of the Cathedral Choir.

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The Peterborough based global business, Perkins, has become the Peterborough 900 Campaign’s 100th Corporate Partner.

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City centre workers and shoppers are warmly invited to Peterborough Cathedral on Thursday 22nd December, at 1.00pm, for a lunchtime of traditional Christmas carols.

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