Our new fun history club for children aged 6-12.
During recent cataloguing of a bundle of ‘Special Library Correspondence’ in the Cathedral Archives, we discovered a questionnaire completed by the honorary librarian c.1880.
Tickets are now available for Exeter Cathedral’s popular concert for Armistice Day.
The Dean of Exeter has honoured the Tongan national rugby team during their stay in Exeter as part of this year’s Rugby World Cup.
Remembering Bishop Edmund Lacy who died on this day (September 18th) in 1455 and an interesting 20th century discovery.
The magic of the movies comes to Exeter next week as the Cathedral prepares to host its first ever Silent Movie Night on 16th September 2015.
Sunday 13th September at Holy Ground: "Inventing religion from scractch" with Linda Woodhead MBE
Free historical tours organised by Exeter Cathedral. 10th-13th September 2015
A silent vigil will be held at the Cathedral on Friday 11th September 2015 to remember and stand in solidarity with refugees everywhere.
A new short film about Exeter Cathedral will be given its first public outing at a special screening next month.