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Hamish Ogston Foundation Supports New Generation of Stonemasons

Hamish Ogston Foundation Supports New Generation of Stonemaso­ns

16 June 2021

New funding from the Hamish Ogston Foundation means that Exeter Cathedral’s improver stonemason, Joe Milne, can now continue to develop his skills with a Cathedrals’ Workshop Fellowship training programme.

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Exeter Cathedral’s Cycle Champion Geared Up for Cathedrals Cycle Route

Exeter Cathedral­’s Cycle Champion Geared Up for Cathedrals Cycle Route

04 June 2021

Exeter Cathedral is one of the stops on a new 2000-mile Cathedrals Cycle Route linking England’s 42 Anglican cathedrals. We have a new Cycle Champion too: The Revd Canon Dr Mike Williams, Canon Treasurer. He's ready to greet any riders making a pit stop at the Cathedral.

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Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

11 June 2021

Our online activities continue and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

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The Man Behind Keynesian Economic Theory

The Man Behind Keynesian Economic Theory

11 June 2021

Keynes was an academic and journalist who made a fortune in the money markets and became a celebrity economist.

In this long but worthwhile biography and historical memoir, Carter explores the demise of Keynesian macro-economics and the rise of a free-market approach.

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Satisfying Our Need to Be Needed

Satisfying Our Need to Be Needed

11 June 2021

Humans need to be needed. We're hardwired. It can be of immense benefit, turning us away from ourselves and towards others, towards communities and towards service.

But we also risk losing ourselves in trying to satisfy our need to be needed. We must be realistic about our need to care for ourselves and recognise the limits of what we can do for others.

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Medieval Stained Glass Returns after Conservation Work

Medieval Stained Glass Returns after Conservat­ion Work

03 June 2021

The medieval stained glass in the cathedral’s east end has undergone extensive specialist conservation work to help preserve it for future generations.

The windows, some of which are which are nearly 700 years old, are back in place after being removed for the first time in several centuries.

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Hamish Ogston Foundation Supports New Generation of Stonemasons

Hamish Ogston Foundation Supports New Generation of Stonemaso­ns

16 June 2021

New funding from the Hamish Ogston Foundation means that Exeter Cathedral’s improver stonemason, Joe Milne, can now continue to develop his skills with a Cathedrals’ Workshop Fellowship training programme.

Read more
The Man Behind Keynesian Economic Theory

The Man Behind Keynesian Economic Theory

11 June 2021

Keynes was an academic and journalist who made a fortune in the money markets and became a celebrity economist.

In this long but worthwhile biography and historical memoir, Carter explores the demise of Keynesian macro-economics and the rise of a free-market approach.

Find out more
Medieval Stained Glass Returns after Conservation Work

Medieval Stained Glass Returns after Conservat­ion Work

03 June 2021

The medieval stained glass in the cathedral’s east end has undergone extensive specialist conservation work to help preserve it for future generations.

The windows, some of which are which are nearly 700 years old, are back in place after being removed for the first time in several centuries.

FIND OUT MORE
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

11 June 2021

Our online activities continue and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

Read more
Satisfying Our Need to Be Needed

Satisfying Our Need to Be Needed

11 June 2021

Humans need to be needed. We're hardwired. It can be of immense benefit, turning us away from ourselves and towards others, towards communities and towards service.

But we also risk losing ourselves in trying to satisfy our need to be needed. We must be realistic about our need to care for ourselves and recognise the limits of what we can do for others.

FIND OUT MORE
Exeter Cathedral’s Cycle Champion Geared Up for Cathedrals Cycle Route

Exeter Cathedral­’s Cycle Champion Geared Up for Cathedrals Cycle Route

04 June 2021

Exeter Cathedral is one of the stops on a new 2000-mile Cathedrals Cycle Route linking England’s 42 Anglican cathedrals. We have a new Cycle Champion too: The Revd Canon Dr Mike Williams, Canon Treasurer. He's ready to greet any riders making a pit stop at the Cathedral.

FIND OUT MORE
Hamish Ogston Foundation Supports New Generation of Stonemasons

Hamish Ogston Foundation Supports New Generation of Stonemaso­ns

16 June 2021

New funding from the Hamish Ogston Foundation means that Exeter Cathedral’s improver stonemason, Joe Milne, can now continue to develop his skills with a Cathedrals’ Workshop Fellowship training programme.

Read more
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

11 June 2021

Our online activities continue and we’d love to invite you to join in, to support one another, to learn together, and keep in touch.

Read more
Satisfying Our Need to Be Needed

Satisfying Our Need to Be Needed

11 June 2021

Humans need to be needed. We're hardwired. It can be of immense benefit, turning us away from ourselves and towards others, towards communities and towards service.

But we also risk losing ourselves in trying to satisfy our need to be needed. We must be realistic about our need to care for ourselves and recognise the limits of what we can do for others.

FIND OUT MORE
The Man Behind Keynesian Economic Theory

The Man Behind Keynesian Economic Theory

11 June 2021

Keynes was an academic and journalist who made a fortune in the money markets and became a celebrity economist.

In this long but worthwhile biography and historical memoir, Carter explores the demise of Keynesian macro-economics and the rise of a free-market approach.

Find out more
Exeter Cathedral’s Cycle Champion Geared Up for Cathedrals Cycle Route

Exeter Cathedral­’s Cycle Champion Geared Up for Cathedrals Cycle Route

04 June 2021

Exeter Cathedral is one of the stops on a new 2000-mile Cathedrals Cycle Route linking England’s 42 Anglican cathedrals. We have a new Cycle Champion too: The Revd Canon Dr Mike Williams, Canon Treasurer. He's ready to greet any riders making a pit stop at the Cathedral.

FIND OUT MORE
Medieval Stained Glass Returns after Conservation Work

Medieval Stained Glass Returns after Conservat­ion Work

03 June 2021

The medieval stained glass in the cathedral’s east end has undergone extensive specialist conservation work to help preserve it for future generations.

The windows, some of which are which are nearly 700 years old, are back in place after being removed for the first time in several centuries.

FIND OUT MORE

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