Facilities and features
There are nine cubicles (including one accessible) and each includes a wash basin and hand-drier.
Small rack adjacent to the main West Door, more racks on West Street adjacent to the Cathedral.
Located in the North Transept.
A hearing loop system is available in the Cathedral during services.
Large print Welcome Leaflets are available at the entrance to the Cathedral – please ask one of the volunteers or staff.
Large print Orders of Service are available for all our major services and Sunday Eucharist. With 48 hours notice, large print information can be provided for most of our other services too. To use this facility, please contact 01243 812488 or email: [email protected]
Guide, Therapy and Assistance Dogs are welcome in the Cathedral - these types of dogs can accompany you throughout your entire visit.
Music and Worship
Please see the Cathedral website for details of all concerts.
Please see the Cathedral website for full details about the Choir.
Groups, Courses and Activities
The Cathedral Friends hold a regular monthly coffee morning which is open to all. Please see the Cathedral website for full details.
A number of events are held throughout the year, please see the Cathedral website for full details.
Help for Visitors
Guided tours for small groups run at 11.30am and 2.30pm from Monday to Saturday – tours last about an hour and tickets can be purchased in the shop. For larger groups or to discuss a specialist tour, please contact the Cathedral in advance.
Welcome leaflet with suggested walking route.
The shop sells distinctive Cathedral souvenirs, unique jewellery created by local designers, Fairtrade gifts, traditional toys and sacred music. There is also a wide selection of books ranging from local interest titles to spirituality. Please check the website for opening times.
A Foodbank collection point is located at the Cathedral entrance.
For details of spaces to hire, please visit the Cathedral website.