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Cambridge based brass ensemble, Prime Brass, will join Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus for an uplifting programme of Christmas music at the Cathedral on Friday 16th December, at 7.30pm.
Starting at 9.00pm on Wednesday 7th December, BBC One is to screen a three part series of programmes which take a fresh look at the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives.
This Christmas, Peterborough Cathedral is appealing to its supporters to help raise £50,000 towards maintaining its work at the heart of the community.
Inside, outside, ceilings, stonework, candles ... visitors to a new photography exhibition in the Cathedral Visitor Centre are invited to take a look and pick their favourite picture.
It has been announced that Peterborough Cathedral is amongst 24 Church of England and Catholic cathedrals to be awarded a grant from the Government's First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund.
On Monday 28th November, at 4.30pm, the Mayor of Peterborough Cllr David Sanders unveiled a striking new nativity scene in the North Portico of Peterborough Cathedral’s famous West Front.
Highly acclaimed composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad is writing the settings for Even You Song, a new choral work inspired by the structure and themes of Choral Evensong.
For the first time, Peterborough Cathedral Choir has a full set of three choral scholars, singing alto, tenor and bass.
Princesses, snowmen, a giant elf and a bunch of Muppets are all heading to the Cathedral in early December when, for the first time, audiences are invited to enjoy classic Christmas movies in the beautiful setting of the Cathedral nave.
Staff from Starbucks’ Cathedral Gateway café swapped the warm, coffee-fragrant atmosphere of their usual workplace for the cold outdoors on Monday when they did some volunteering for their neighbour, Peterborough Cathedral.