Peterborough Cathedral requires volunteers to help run the ‘Gaia-Earth’ exhibition

Wednesday 26 June

‘Gaia’, a seven metre, 3D artwork by Luke Jerram, will be on display at Peterborough Cathedral from Monday 19th August until Sunday 15th September – and the Cathedral is looking for volunteers to help look after visitors.

The same artist designed the stunning 'Museum of the Moon', which attracted 40,000 visitors when it went on display in the Cathedral for 10 days in October 2018. The Cathedral is anticipating a significant number of visitors to come through its doors during the exhibition, and a team of volunteers is therefore being recruited to ensure that visitors have a great time whilst they visit.

Roles for volunteers include Exhibition Assistants and Pop-up Shop Volunteers. Training will be provided, and full details of these roles are available from our website:

https://www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk/userfiles/exhib-asst19.pdf

https://www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk/userfiles/popupshop19.pdf

“We need lots of volunteers to help make this event as accessible to the public as possible, and another huge success for the Cathedral,” said Ed Bailey, Volunteer Coordinator. “Any support you can offer is much appreciated.”

If you would like to volunteer and be part of this amazing event, email Volunteer.Coordinator@peterborough-cathedral.org.uk or call 01733 355304.

For further details about ‘Gaia’, visit www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk/newsarticle.aspx/41/gaia.

 

Photo shows Gaia on display in Liverpool Cathedral.

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