LATEST NEWS

Peterborough Cathedral helps scale up the work of charity Hope into Action

26-08-2014 16:10

Hope into Action, the award winning Peterborough-based charity which houses the homeless, is now working with Peterborough Cathedral.

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Temporary Main Entrance to the Cathedral

15-08-2014 11:41

The main Cathedral entrance for all visitors, temporarily, is the Dean's Door around the left hand side of the building viewed from the West Front.

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Work begins to create level access to Cathedral

05-08-2014 10:13

Building works to create a more welcoming entrance to Peterborough Cathedral began this week (4th August). The Cathedral will remain open to visitors and worshippers throughout.

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the west front project

Adopt a Stone a gift to last a life time

The Adopt a Stone programme was born out of the success of ‘Custodian of a Statue’, which was launched in line with the West Front Appeal of recent years. Adopt a Stone gives a point of accessibility for all and a chance for everyone, young or old, to share in our majestic building – Adopt a Stone is a simple way to preserve a piece of history for yourself or your friends or family.

You can come to the Cathedral Shop or Office and choose one of our six attractive greeting card adoption packs. We have packs for Christmas, Birthday, Mothering Sunday, Graduation, Memoriam and General Greeting.

Each adoption pack contains the following:

  • An adoption certificate with an unique reference number relating to a stone on the West Front of the Cathedral.
  • A map of the West Front section showing the exact position of the adopted stone.
  • A registration card for the recipient to complete and return, so that the stone adoption can be recorded in the Cathedrals Permanent Archive.

The stones are blocks, shaped or carved. Prices range from 25 to 100. Shaped and carved stones can only be purchased by contacting the Cathedral Office either by ringing 01733 355315 or emailing trust @peterborough-cathedral.org.uk

Adopt a Stone brochure
Stone location diagram

Stone Adoption is a creative gift to last a lifetime.

Upcoming events

World War I Memorial Painting - central panel close-up

World War I Memorial Painting Exhibition

02-08-2014 - 14-09-2014

As part of the Cathedral’s 100th anniversary commemoration of the start of World War I, we will be hosting an exhibition of the WWI Memorial Painting by Richard Walker.

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Summer Recital Series

Summer Recital Series - Natalia Williams-Wandoch (Piano)

03-09-2014 (13:00)

Natalia Williams-Wandoch has studied piano in Poland and at the Royal Academy of Music, London. She has a wide repertoire, including modern composers, but has won partixcular acclaim performing Chopin.

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