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Peterborough Cathedral is a place of calm and stillness. It is a space for worship, learning, hospitality and service.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- The Cathedral is a great place for stillness and calm – a place to sit quietly and contemplate. It is a safe place just to be.
- There are normally chaplains available to talk to people if required.
- There are opportunities to get involved through various volunteering activities if you wish, which can lead to a sense of belonging.
Peterborough Cathedral is part of the Diocese of Peterborough.
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Where to go
There is no charge for entry to the cathedral, though voluntary donations are welcome. Volunteer opportunities are available.
Activities subject to a fee include:
For more information see their website.
Join Tudor gravedigger, ‘Old Scarlett’, as he introduces himself and leads us to Katharine of Aragon’s tomb inside Peterborough Cathedral: