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    GB900PC - Peterborough - Cathedral

    Radio Amateurs members of Peterborough and District Amateur Radio Club will be active with special call GB900PC from Peterborough, England celebrating 900 years anniversary of Peterborough Cathedral.
    They will operate on HF Bands.
    QSL via M5ATR direct, eQSL.
    Ads for direct QSL:
    Tracey Ralph, 15 Portchester Close, Peterborough, PE2 8UP, England.

    In 655 AD a monastery was founded on the site called MEADSWELL and later MEADHAMSTEDE, it was destroyed in 870 AD by the Vikings.
    From 966 to 970 AD the monastery re-formed and a township starts to grow, protected by a ditch and embankment 'BURGH' wall.
    By 1070 the town is known as "BURGH" or BURGH ST. PETER or PETERBOROUGH.
    In 1116 it was almost completely destroyed by a fire, along with a large chunk of the town, after which the present Cathedral was started and taking 116 years to complete was consecrated in 1238AD.



    GB900PC Peterborough Cathedral, Peterborough, England
    73 Al 4L5A
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