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Do you know a child aged six or seven who loves to sing? If so, they are invited to come to Peterborough Cathedral’s annual ‘Be a Chorister for a Day’ event, on Saturday 3rd October from 10.30am to 1.20pm.

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The start of the Autumn Term in the Cathedral Music Department is always a breath of fresh air and although things are very different now, due to COVID-19, this year is no exception.

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The Cathedral and the Lebanon

Thursday 10 September

In the middle of Covid anxieties and economic uncertainty, it might seem odd to focus on a tiny country that is almost 3,000 miles away and right in the thick of Middle Eastern politics.

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On Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th August a stonemason will abseil down the iconic west front of Peterborough Cathedral to do a condition survey. But this is no ordinary condition survey.

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Prayer for Lebanon

Friday 07 August

We send our love and solidarity to Lebanese families in Peterborough and remember in prayer the people of Lebanon.

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The Dean, Chris Dalliston, is to lead an online service compiled in collaboration with Peterborough City Council, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VJ Day on Saturday 15th August.

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The beautiful outdoor space on the south side of Peterborough Cathedral will be the setting for a ‘socially distanced’ performance of Oscar Wilde’s famous comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest, on Friday 21st August.

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The Knights’ Chamber within the Visitor Centre at 25 Minster Precincts is amongst 10 venues announced today by the Lord Chancellor as the first ‘Nightingale Courts’.

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Peterborough Cathedral will welcome worshippers in person for the first time since the Coronavirus lockdown on Sunday 12th July, when a service of Holy Communion will be said in the Nave.

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This month, Peterborough Civic Society has installed four blue plaques in the Cathedral Precincts to highlight some important historical connections.

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