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Highly acclaimed composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad is writing the settings for Even You Song, a new choral work inspired by the structure and themes of Choral Evensong.

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For the first time, Peterborough Cathedral Choir has a full set of three choral scholars, singing alto, tenor and bass.

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The historian Dr David Starkey will officially open to the public the new Visitor and Learning Centre at Peterborough Cathedral, on Saturday 10th September at 2.00pm.

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The Becket Chapel window, with its stunning view of the West Front of Peterborough Cathedral, has been named as the best "Window with a View" in the East of England.

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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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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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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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The quiet tapping of chisels and the occasional hum of a vacuum cleaner on the mosaic floor of the Presbytery, near to the high altar, were replaced in October and November 2015 by the rather the much louder noise of stone grinding equipment.

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The latest “Pipewatch” video is out. This is the second in our series of short videos following the story of re-pitching Peterborough Cathedral's organ from Old Philharmonic to standard Concert Pitch.

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Choral Evensong, lasting around 45 minutes, is a service held at the close of the day, allowing listeners time for peaceful contemplation.

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