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The third art exhibition featuring over 200 artworks is now on show in Peterborough Cathedral.

Made in Peterborough runs until February 29 and includes a diverse range of works celebrating all things Peterborough, with every piece having a direct connection to the city. It includes artworks ranging from paintings to mosaics and sculptures in a showcase for the extraordinary talent of our local creative community.

It follows the success of the popular Made in Lockdown and Made in 2022 exhibitions, and has brought together a collection of work by artists living and working in the city as well as those who have links to Peterborough or admire it from afar.

The wide range of pieces on display celebrate the people, places and events of our historic city and show a place that is rich in culture, diversity, heritage and spaces. 

The Very Revd Dean of Peterborough, Christopher Dalliston said - “We are proud to be hosting our third open art exhibition here at the Cathedral and deeply honoured to be using this magnificent space as a platform to display some of the best artworks in the area.

“Peterborough is home to a vibrant creative community, with many talented artists, writers & craftspeople of all ages and from all backgrounds, producing inspiring pieces in every medium.

“This year’s Made in Peterborough exhibition celebrates all of this incredible talent. We hope you will be inspired, not only by the wonderful artworks on display, but by the many evocative stories behind the creations.”

Entry to the exhibition is free during normal opening hours, but donations are welcomed. There will also be a beautiful exhibition guide to purchase at a cost of £2. All profits will go directly towards the Cathedral.

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