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For two weeks in June a garden in the north-west corner of the Precincts became a hive of activity, with archaeologists, volunteers and school groups digging down into the earth to see what it would reveal about the history of the site.

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A choir of young people from Connecticut USA is singing services at the Cathedral this week, whilst our own choir is away for the school holidays.

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Peterborough Cathedral is looking for friendly and outgoing volunteers to help out at the new Visitor and Learning Centre which will open in the Precincts on 10th September 2016.

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Test your nerve and expand your knowledge this weekend with a Peterborough Cathedral tower tour.

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It has been announced today that the Dean of Peterborough, the Very Rev'd Charles Taylor, is to retire. His farewell service will be Evensong on Saturday 1st October at 5.30pm.

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Generous donations from two Peterborough Rotary clubs will go to support the city’s Cathedral.

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An hour-long programme of English choral music will be performed at Peterborough Cathedral on Friday 1st July, at 7.00pm.

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Anyone who enjoys the tranquillity of the green spaces around Peterborough Cathedral on a summer afternoon may be interested to know that a guided Precincts Tour will take place this Saturday, 18th June, at 12.00 noon.

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Helena del Pino, for many years a member of the Cathedral congregation, is to be ordained Deacon on Sunday 26th June. The Cathedral has played a significant part in the journey that has led to this momentous event. Here she explains how it happened.

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A photo of the Becket Chapel window, with a glimpse of the Cathedral seen through it, has been shortlisted by a panel of judges as being one of the best views in the East of England.

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