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  • Essential work for Cathedral roof funded by WWI Centenary Grant

    Essential work for Cathedral roof funded by WWI Centenary Grant

    It was announced last week that Exeter Cathedral has been awarded £70,000 in the final phase of grants from the First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund. The money will be used to fund the urgent removal of asbestos from roof spaces above the Cathedral’s Quire aisles and north porch, allowing the safe inspection and maintenance of spaces which have been inaccessible without strict control in recent years.

  • Advent at the Cathedral

    Advent at the Cathedral

    This Sunday (27th November 2016) is Advent Sunday, the beginning of a season of expectation and preparation as we await the coming of Christ at Christmas.

  • New Cathedral LEGO model announced

    New Cathedral LEGO model announced

    A new, limited-edition, LEGO® model of Exeter Cathedral has been released.

  • Lasting symbol of Remembrance carved

    Lasting symbol of Remembrance carved

    A new carving of a poppy has been completed in time for Remembrance Sunday 2016.

  • Exeter Christmas Market to go ahead

    Exeter Christmas Market to go ahead

    It has been confirmed this afternoon that the 2016 Exeter Christmas Market will go ahead. Included in this year’s event will be a special chalet for the use of independent traders in the Cathedral area who have been closed since the fire took place.

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From Dean Jonathan

Welcome to Exeter Cathedral, one of the great cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere.

Exeter Cathedral is the spiritual home for a wide diversity of people, and all who come through the door are warmly welcome. The treasures we hold, even the Cathedral itself, tell the story of our City and Region, and some, such as the Exeter Book, part of UNESCO’s Memory of the World project, tell the story of our language itself. For over 900 years, through worship, memorials and music, Exeter Cathedral has told stories of conquest and revolution, and of deep devotion, prayer and service. We look forward to welcoming you as you take your place within that story.

Very Revd Dr Jonathan Draper, Dean of Exeter

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