Peterborough Cathedral is starting to shake off a financial crisis - thanks to some help from above.
A visit from astronaut Tim Peake and a space-themed exhibition have helped prompt a spike in visitors.
It was much needed - two years ago, soaring running costs and a cash flow crisis led to 14 staff being made redundant, an emergency loan, and fears for the cathedral's future.
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The 12th-century cathedral had run itself into a "huge amount of debt" and a "very large deficit on running costs", according to The Very Rev Chris Dalliston, Dean of Peterborough.
But to mark the cathedral's 900th year and boost visitor numbers there was a special programme of events in 2018, from abseiling to a visit from Tim Peake’s spaceship.
An exhibition which featured the Soyuz space capsule used by famous British astronaut, Tim Peake, on his return to Earth attracted a number of space enthusiasts.
And another attraction came to the historic landmark this year in the shape of a giant replica of the moon. The installation by artist Luke Jerram was made using thousands of NASA satellite images.