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An influx of new musicians has arrived to join the Cathedral Music Department and take up scholarships generously supported by Lamport Hall Preservation Trust, The Wates Foundation, The G M C Trust and The Ouseley Trust.

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The ambitious 18 month project to re-pitch all 5286 pipes of the Cathedral’s magnificent Hill organ is nearing completion.

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On 8th and 9th July, 240 adventure loving fundraisers climbed up to the top of the Cathedral’s north-west tower and abseiled 150 feet to the ground under the expert guidance of Derby Mountain Rescue.

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Pokémon GO-es to the Cathedral

Thursday 04 August

If you spot people standing around in the Precincts scanning the buildings with their phone, it’s likely that they are playing Pokémon GO.

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Cathedral Verger Jon Scarffe is leaving us in September to begin training for Ordination to the priesthood.

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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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