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The carbon footprint of 901 year old Peterborough Cathedral is set to reduce significantly thanks to a major sponsorship deal with Masteroast.

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Do you know anyone aged six or seven who loves to sing? If so, the Cathedral is holding its annual ‘Be a Chorister for a Day’ event on Saturday 5th October from 10.00am to 1.20pm.

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The Cathedral would like to introduce (and extend a big welcome) to our new Organ Scholar, Käthe Wright Kaufman, and our three new Choral Scholars – Eugene Chan (Alto), Tommy Geddes (Tenor) and Tyler Neumann (Bass).

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Anyone with a flair for communication, a passion for history and a love of Peterborough Cathedral is invited to consider training as a volunteer Tour Guide, starting this October.

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Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus, will be joined by Peterborough Choral Society for a performance of Handel’s famous oratorio, Messiah, on Saturday 23 November 2019.

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Over 22,000 visitors have flocked to Peterborough Cathedral to see Luke Jerram's Gaia exhibition since its opening on 19th August.

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As the beautiful earth artwork rotates above your head, sit back and listen as Gabriella Pineda-Rodrigues, mezzo soprano, accompanied by pianist Kate Wishart, entertains with popular songs and operatic arias to mark the close of the Gaia exhibition.

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500 people gathered at Peterborough Cathedral last night (Monday 19th August) for the official opening of Luke Jerram’s Gaia Earth artwork, which will be suspended under the Cathedral’s central tower until 15th September.

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Visitors during evening openings will get the chance to view Gaia from above during the exhibition, and encounter a stunning view of this amazing artwork.

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Caring for our fragile planet is a major theme of the Gaia exhibition. Therefore, Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) will be enabling visitors to take the Cool Food pledge.

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