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Sir David Arculus, the High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire 2016/17, will host the High Sheriff’s Justice Service at Peterborough Cathedral on Sunday 2nd October, at 3.30pm.

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Peterborough Cathedral is inviting keen amateur photographers of any age, from 10 years old right through to adults, to “get snapping” and enter their pictures of “Peterborough Cathedral at night” in a free competition.

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The new Cathedral Visitor Centre, which opened on 10th September, took delivery of two sofas and a coffee table this morning (20th September), kindly donated by the Peterborough based furniture and carpet retailer, AHF.

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Six year old boys and girls (in school year 2) who love to sing are invited to "Be a Chorister for a Day" at Peterborough Cathedral, on Saturday 1st October from 10.00am - 12.50pm.

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Today has been a celebration of a project described by the Dean of Peterborough, Charles Taylor, as having been “in gestation long enough for an elephant to have produced and reared three if not four calves”.

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Friday 09 September

Here is a link to the Cathedral's Weekly Sheet, which gives details of Sunday's services and various notices of interest to the congregation.

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The historian Dr David Starkey will officially open to the public the new Visitor and Learning Centre at Peterborough Cathedral, on Saturday 10th September at 2.00pm.

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Here is a link to the Cathedral's fortnightly list of services and their music.

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The Becket Chapel window, with its stunning view of the West Front of Peterborough Cathedral, has been named as the best "Window with a View" in the East of England.

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They seek him here, they seek him there, those Frenchmen seek him everywhere! Try looking in the Cathedral Cloisters ....

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