The Education Department at Exeter Cathedral is gearing up for another busy school holiday, with plenty of half-term fun lined up from next week (Monday 15th February).
Exeter Cathedral has taken delivery of a set of Stations for the Cross which will remain in place as an exhibition for tourists and pilgrims until the end of March.
A new font for Exeter Cathedral, carved by master-craftsmen from Salisbury Cathedral, was formally presented on Monday 1st February 2016.
The first bricks in Exeter Cathedral’s Big LEGO® Build will be laid next week (11th February) at a special ceremony to launch the project.
The magnificent nave of Exeter Cathedral, which houses the longest continuous vaulted ceiling in Europe, is to return to its medieval roots for the hosting of a Spring Fair.
Children in Exeter will have another opportunity to explore the fascinating (and often gruesome) side of our history with the return of Exeter Cathedral’s weekend history club.
Exeter Cathedral’s new Director of Music is looking forward to leading his choristers in concert for the first time since taking up the baton.
Three of Exeter Cathedral’s stonemasons have been singled out for praise, with special commendations from the Worshipful Company of Masons as part of the Duke of Gloucester’s Award scheme.
The number of people joining Christmas services and concerts at Exeter Cathedral increased last month, to 24,500.
There were more people at every service throughout the month, contributing to a ten per cent rise on the numbers attending since last year.
Details of services on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2015.