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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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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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