Online talk: How Peterborough Abbey became Peterborough Cathedral

Thursday 25th - Saturday 27th February 2021
00:00 (each day)

Revd Canon Tim Alban Jones, Vice Dean and Chaplain to the Bishop of Peterborough, explores the 50 turbulent years between Katharine of Aragon's burial and the death of Mary, Queen of Scots.

Join Tim Alban Jones as he examines the religious and political turmoil of the period between 1536 and 1587, otherwise known as The Reformation.

Dates and tickets

The talk lasts approximately 40 minutes and is followed by questions. The same talk is offered on two dates.

Tickets are £5 per viewing.

  • Thursday 25th February at 7.30pm - BOOK NOW

  • Saturday 27th February at 4.00pm - BOOK NOW

A Zoom link to the talk on date you choose will be sent to ticket holders just before the event.

NB: Information for Ticket Purchasers.

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11th and 13th March 2021: The Women of Peterborough

22nd and 24th April 2021: The Nave Ceiling


Portrait of Katharine of Aragon, unknown artist circa 1520, reproduced by kind permission of His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Church Commissioners.

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