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Best-selling historian and author Alison Weir is to launch her new novel “Katherine of Aragon: The True Queen” at Peterborough Cathedral on Friday 6th May 2016 at 7.30pm, with an illustrated talk and book signing.

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Take in the sights on one of Peterborough Cathedral's famous tower tours. The first tours of the season take place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

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Cathedral Archaeologist Dr Jackie Hall shares some insights arising from the British Archaeological Association's national conference in Peterborough in 2015.

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Some of the smaller pipes in Peterborough Cathedral’s organ have been re-pitched on site, high up in the Triforium, rather than removed to specialist workshops in Durham.

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Many people think of giving something up during Lent but Sister Catherine, a nun from the Anglican Community of the Holy Name who lives in Welland, is taking up a new commitment.

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On Saturday 20th February at 5.30pm the Cathedral will be holding its first Taizé-style service of the New Year.

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Eight sacks containing an estimated 7,500 Christmas cards were delivered to Marks & Spencer in Peterborough today by Peterborough Cathedral.

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Katharine of Aragon, the first wife of Henry VIII, was buried at Peterborough Cathedral on 29th January 1536. This tangible link with history is commemorated with a Festival to honour Katharine and highlight the fascinating times in which she lived.

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Rehearsals are about to begin for a performance of Verdi’s Requiem in Peterborough Cathedral, on Saturday 12th March, and Peterborough Festival Chorus is inviting new members to join them.

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Works to re-pitch the Peterborough Cathedral organ from Old Philharmonic to Standard concert pitch, and completion of repairs to the mosaic floor near to the high altar, will affect the route visitors take around the Cathedral during January.

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