Chester Cathedral

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Staff and volunteers from Chester Cathedral have accompanied the Vice Duck around the world as he prepares for the Babygrow duck race this September.
George Marsh will be sentenced for refusing to convert to Roman Catholicism in Chester Cathedral’s Consistory Court on the 10th to the 12th of September.
The Mad Hatter has chosen Chester Cathedral as the location for a nonsensical tea party.
Essential conservation work has begun on the fabric of the ancient Chester Cathedral.
The Chester Cathedral in LEGO project has completed 10,000 of 350,000 bricks to be included in the model of the historic building.
The Right Revd Libby Lane, Bishop of Stockport, attended and spoke at the annual Dean’s Dinner the evening of Thursday 23 July.
Birds of prey zipped and dipped through the skies at the Chester Cathedral Falconry and Nature Gardens aweing crowds who attended the opening day last Saturday.
Over 8,000 people visited Chester Cathedral within the first week of its Alice in Wonderland exhibition opening.
The Chester Duck Race this year will feature a priestly submission from Chester Cathedral.
This May Bank Holiday weekend Chester Cathedral will be taking part in the National Gardens Scheme.
The team responsible for Chester Cathedral’s popular tower tour attraction Cathedral at Height were in high spirits as they picked up a RICS Award for best North West Tourism and Leisure project at a recent awards ceremony at Gorton Monastery.
Chester Cathedral has received further funding as part of the third phase of the First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund.
This April visitors to Chester Cathedral will be invited to explore cathedral life in miniature as the building of a scale model of the city landmark made entirely from LEGO bricks gets underway.
This January, Chester Cathedral will present an out of the ordinary organ event in the form of a Battle of the Organs concert and BBC Radio 2 will be there to record proceedings.
This January, Chester Cathedral will welcome an extensive exhibition by the Cheshire Artists Network to commemorate those who participated in World War 1.
This January, Chester Cathedral will take delivery of a specially designed candle to commemorate 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau on 27 January 1945.
The first weekend in December was a record-breaking one for Chester Cathedral – thanks to a busy launch day for their spectacular The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe exhibition.
The Chester Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival is back for a second year – and is set to be bigger and better than before.
This autumn, Chester Cathedral will host an exhibition by Cheshire-based sculptor Tony Evans as part of its programme of WW1 commemoration events.
A thought-provoking exhibition about the conflict in Afghanistan by Warwickshire-based artist Mike Yorke will take up residence in the Chapter House of Chester Cathedral this autumn.
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My wife the gardkids and I had a great time at Chester Cathedral. The Cathedral has a history that spans over nine centuries and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Don't miss this amazing...
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