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Keeping in Touch

16 April 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 History of Exeter Cathedral’s Medical Collection

The History of Exeter Cathedral­’s Medical Collection

16 April 2021

University of Exeter archaeology student Laila introduces her favourite collection at Exeter Cathedral’s Library.

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I Never Knew…

I Never Knew…

16 April 2021

By The Ven David Gunn-Johnson

After almost 40 years I still remember the very first funeral I took. The service was to be Book of Common Prayer, at the graveside with no service in church. Very traditional. What could possibly go wrong?

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Memorial Service for HRH Prince Philip to be Live-streamed


Memorial Service for HRH Prince Philip to be Live-stre­amed


13 April 2021

Exeter Cathedral has confirmed plans for a live broadcast of its Duke of Edinburgh Memorial Service on Thursday at 4:30pm

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Review: Superpower Rhetoric?

Review: Superpower Rhetoric?

16 April 2021

Philip Stephens
Britain Alone: The Path from Suez to Brexit

In 1962 Dean Acheson, an American statesman, stated that Britain had lost an empire and failed to find a new role.

Read the review
Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

16 April 2021

FORM 10 (Rule 7) 
Section 8 of Care of Cathedrals Measure 2011
Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

The loan of up to three folios of MS 3500 (Exon Domesday) to the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim, Germany.

View notice
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

16 April 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
Review: Superpower Rhetoric?

Review: Superpower Rhetoric?

16 April 2021

Philip Stephens
Britain Alone: The Path from Suez to Brexit

In 1962 Dean Acheson, an American statesman, stated that Britain had lost an empire and failed to find a new role.

Read the review
Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

16 April 2021

FORM 10 (Rule 7) 
Section 8 of Care of Cathedrals Measure 2011
Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

The loan of up to three folios of MS 3500 (Exon Domesday) to the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim, Germany.

View notice
I Never Knew…

I Never Knew…

16 April 2021

By The Ven David Gunn-Johnson

After almost 40 years I still remember the very first funeral I took. The service was to be Book of Common Prayer, at the graveside with no service in church. Very traditional. What could possibly go wrong?

Read more
The History of Exeter Cathedral’s Medical Collection

The History of Exeter Cathedral­’s Medical Collection

16 April 2021

University of Exeter archaeology student Laila introduces her favourite collection at Exeter Cathedral’s Library.

Read more
Memorial Service for HRH Prince Philip to be Live-streamed


Memorial Service for HRH Prince Philip to be Live-stre­amed


13 April 2021

Exeter Cathedral has confirmed plans for a live broadcast of its Duke of Edinburgh Memorial Service on Thursday at 4:30pm

Read more
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

16 April 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
I Never Knew…

I Never Knew…

16 April 2021

By The Ven David Gunn-Johnson

After almost 40 years I still remember the very first funeral I took. The service was to be Book of Common Prayer, at the graveside with no service in church. Very traditional. What could possibly go wrong?

Read more
Review: Superpower Rhetoric?

Review: Superpower Rhetoric?

16 April 2021

Philip Stephens
Britain Alone: The Path from Suez to Brexit

In 1962 Dean Acheson, an American statesman, stated that Britain had lost an empire and failed to find a new role.

Read the review
The History of Exeter Cathedral’s Medical Collection

The History of Exeter Cathedral­’s Medical Collection

16 April 2021

University of Exeter archaeology student Laila introduces her favourite collection at Exeter Cathedral’s Library.

Read more
Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

16 April 2021

FORM 10 (Rule 7) 
Section 8 of Care of Cathedrals Measure 2011
Notice of Decision of Cathedrals Fabric Commission

The loan of up to three folios of MS 3500 (Exon Domesday) to the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim, Germany.

View notice
Memorial Service for HRH Prince Philip to be Live-streamed


Memorial Service for HRH Prince Philip to be Live-stre­amed


13 April 2021

Exeter Cathedral has confirmed plans for a live broadcast of its Duke of Edinburgh Memorial Service on Thursday at 4:30pm

Read more

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