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Dawn Chorus to Welcome Visitors Back for Summer of Events

Dawn Chorus to Welcome Visitors Back for Summer of Events

07 May 2021

The Cathedral will host an early morning recital of organ music to launch a week-long festival of birds and birdsong, organised by the London Review of Books (LRB). It will be the first public event held in the Cathedral since reopening from lockdown, and is open to all and free of charge to attend in person.

Visit the LRB's ticketing website
New Norman Discovery Behind Nutcombe Nutcombe's Memorial

New Norman Discovery Behind Nutcombe Nutcombe's Memorial

09 March 2021

While working on the conservation of a 19th century memorial, Exeter Cathedral stonemasons Matthew Hoskins and Anna Steinmetzer have made an important discovery from a much earlier period in the Cathedral’s life.

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

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Assistant Director of Music Appointed

Assistant Director of Music Appointed

19 March 2021

Exeter Cathedral is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr James Anderson-Besant as Assistant Director of Music from September 2021, subject to legal formalities.

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Christmas Market Trader Applications Invited for 2021

Christmas Market Trader Applicati­ons Invited for 2021

06 April 2021

Easter holidays may just be starting, but for event organisers at Exeter Cathedral, planning for Christmas is already underway, as they prepare to invite applications from traders for this year’s Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market.

Read more
North Porch Conservation Work Nears Completion

North Porch Conservat­ion Work Nears Completion

12 March 2021

Exeter Cathedral’s stonemasons and conservators are nearing completion on the building’s North Porch conservation and repair project, after more than seven months of painstaking work.

Read more
Dawn Chorus to Welcome Visitors Back for Summer of Events

Dawn Chorus to Welcome Visitors Back for Summer of Events

07 May 2021

The Cathedral will host an early morning recital of organ music to launch a week-long festival of birds and birdsong, organised by the London Review of Books (LRB). It will be the first public event held in the Cathedral since reopening from lockdown, and is open to all and free of charge to attend in person.

Visit the LRB's ticketing website
Assistant Director of Music Appointed

Assistant Director of Music Appointed

19 March 2021

Exeter Cathedral is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr James Anderson-Besant as Assistant Director of Music from September 2021, subject to legal formalities.

Read more
New Norman Discovery Behind Nutcombe Nutcombe's Memorial

New Norman Discovery Behind Nutcombe Nutcombe's Memorial

09 March 2021

While working on the conservation of a 19th century memorial, Exeter Cathedral stonemasons Matthew Hoskins and Anna Steinmetzer have made an important discovery from a much earlier period in the Cathedral’s life.

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
Christmas Market Trader Applications Invited for 2021

Christmas Market Trader Applicati­ons Invited for 2021

06 April 2021

Easter holidays may just be starting, but for event organisers at Exeter Cathedral, planning for Christmas is already underway, as they prepare to invite applications from traders for this year’s Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market.

Read more
North Porch Conservation Work Nears Completion

North Porch Conservat­ion Work Nears Completion

12 March 2021

Exeter Cathedral’s stonemasons and conservators are nearing completion on the building’s North Porch conservation and repair project, after more than seven months of painstaking work.

Read more
Dawn Chorus to Welcome Visitors Back for Summer of Events

Dawn Chorus to Welcome Visitors Back for Summer of Events

07 May 2021

The Cathedral will host an early morning recital of organ music to launch a week-long festival of birds and birdsong, organised by the London Review of Books (LRB). It will be the first public event held in the Cathedral since reopening from lockdown, and is open to all and free of charge to attend in person.

Visit the LRB's ticketing website
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
Christmas Market Trader Applications Invited for 2021

Christmas Market Trader Applicati­ons Invited for 2021

06 April 2021

Easter holidays may just be starting, but for event organisers at Exeter Cathedral, planning for Christmas is already underway, as they prepare to invite applications from traders for this year’s Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market.

Read more
Assistant Director of Music Appointed

Assistant Director of Music Appointed

19 March 2021

Exeter Cathedral is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr James Anderson-Besant as Assistant Director of Music from September 2021, subject to legal formalities.

Read more
North Porch Conservation Work Nears Completion

North Porch Conservat­ion Work Nears Completion

12 March 2021

Exeter Cathedral’s stonemasons and conservators are nearing completion on the building’s North Porch conservation and repair project, after more than seven months of painstaking work.

Read more
New Norman Discovery Behind Nutcombe Nutcombe's Memorial

New Norman Discovery Behind Nutcombe Nutcombe's Memorial

09 March 2021

While working on the conservation of a 19th century memorial, Exeter Cathedral stonemasons Matthew Hoskins and Anna Steinmetzer have made an important discovery from a much earlier period in the Cathedral’s life.

Read more

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