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The Peterborough Cathedral Choir is travelling to Europe on a singing tour of Germany and France during half term, with engagements at Strasbourg Cathedral, Neresheim Abbey and Reims Cathedral.

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A Northamptonshire charity, The Phillips Trust, has presented a cheque for £15,000 to Peterborough Cathedral to support the new Visitor and Learning Centre in the Precincts, and other aspects of the Peterborough 900 Campaign.

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Peterborough Cathedral is delighted to announce that Lands Improvement have demonstrated their support for the Peterborough 900 campaign by becoming Silver Corporate Partners.

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See the rarely open Deanery Garden and Tout Hill, and learn about the Grade 1 Listed medieval buildings in the Cathedral Precincts.

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Peterborough Cathedral is inviting adventure-loving individuals to take part in a sponsored abseil down the side of the famous West Front

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In June, a community dig will take place in a former garden in the north-west part of the Cathedral Precincts and you can get involved!

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Best-selling historian and author Alison Weir is to launch her new novel “Katherine of Aragon: The True Queen” at Peterborough Cathedral on Friday 6th May 2016 at 7.30pm, with an illustrated talk and book signing.

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Take in the sights on one of Peterborough Cathedral's famous tower tours. The first tours of the season take place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

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Cathedral Archaeologist Dr Jackie Hall shares some insights arising from the British Archaeological Association's national conference in Peterborough in 2015.

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Some of the smaller pipes in Peterborough Cathedral’s organ have been re-pitched on site, high up in the Triforium, rather than removed to specialist workshops in Durham.

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