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The Church of England has issued advice regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Music lovers will find their ‘inner songbird’ and join mezzo-soprano Gabriella Pineda-Rodrigues in singing some favourite songs from the worlds of opera, pop and musical theatre at Peterborough Cathedral on Saturday 25th April.

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Peterborough Cathedral has announced that tickets go on sale today (21st February 2020) for 'T. rex: The Killer Question', the Natural History Museum’s touring exhibition which will be on show at the Cathedral from 20th July to 31st August 2020.

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A unique prayer wall made up of the letters HOPE will shortly be on display in the Cathedral.

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A small team of skilled needleworkers has been quietly working away in a back room at the Cathedral, on a project that will take more than a decade to complete.

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A Christmas Message from the Dean

Tuesday 24 December

Things are never dull in Peterborough Cathedral and 2019 was another exciting year, with the remarkable high point the 'Gaia' exhibition – Luke Jerram’s representation of the earth slowly turning in the vast space beneath the tower.

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Look out for Roman soldiers at the Norman Arch which leads from the Peterborough city centre into the Cathedral on Monday 23rd December.

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Peterborough Cathedral has announced some exciting plans for the development of its Music Department from September 2020.

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City centre workers and shoppers are warmly invited to Peterborough Cathedral this Wednesday, 18th December at 1.00pm, for a lunch time of traditional Christmas carols.

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Anyone with Scottish connections, or who is a fan of Scotland and the Scottish bard, Rabbie Burns, should know that Peterborough Cathedral will host a Burns Night Supper on Saturday 18th January 2020.

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