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This is the poem that Amber-Page wrote following her day as ‘writer in residence’ at the Cathedral on Sunday 17th November 2019.

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Tim Hitch has been appointed by Chapter as the independent Safeguarding Officer for the Cathedral.

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Statistics published by the Church of England this week (26th November 2019) show that England’s cathedrals have witnessed their highest Easter congregation numbers in recent years, while visitor numbers increased by a million on the previous year.

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The Katharine of Aragon Festival takes place from 23rd to 26th January 2020 at Peterborough Cathedral and Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery.

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Amber-Page, a Peterborough-based spoken-word poet, and member of the Cathedral congregation, will be spending a day as ‘writer in residence’ at the Cathedral on Sunday 17th November.

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With the indoor Craft and Gift Market in full swing from Friday evening, plus stalls and fairground rides on the green outside, there will be a festive atmosphere at the Cathedral on 15th and 16th November.

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Peterborough Cathedral’s popular Christmas Craft and Gift Market has added new stalls this year and offers a wonderful array of unique gifts and handmade crafts.

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Peterborough Cathedral has announced today (3 October) that it is to display the Natural History Museum’s touring exhibition, T. rex: The Killer Question, during the summer of 2020.

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Classical music with a Polish connection is the order of the day on 2nd November, when the distinguished pianist Janusz Piotrowicz will give a recital of music by the 19th century Romantic composer, Chopin, and the Polish choir, Polonica, will sing.

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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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