Spring is in the air and it is time to remind you that this coming Sunday (8th March) at 19.00 we gather for Holy Ground.
Saturday 7th February is National Libraries Day. Our Cathedral Library is the oldest in the city.
Someone once said, 'You can only build what you can imagine!' So, what can we imagine for our local communities, the people we live amongst, those who are most vulnerable and on the margins, the excluded and the forgotten?
Intricate carvings replacing weatherworn stone have been created by the Cathedral’s stonemasons, for the top of the iconic building.
Canon Anna Norman-Walker is to become the first woman to work full-time as a Canon at Exeter Cathedral in its 900 year history.
Anna said she was excited about the opportunity to “strengthen the Cathedral’s presence in the heart of the city”.
A rare 16th century copy of the New Testament belonging to Exeter Cathedral has turned in a charity shop 150 miles ago in Surrey.
A project to carry out major repairs at Exeter Cathedral can now begin, thanks to funding from the government’s First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund for England’s Cathedrals.
Our Library and Archive staff have been awarded the prestigious Archive Services Accreditation, the first Cathedral in the country to earn the accolade.
October 2014. The refurbished Cathedral organ is being ‘tuned’ up for Christmas from this week after its £1 million restoration.
The renowned watercolourist, Gerard Stamp, who specialises in architectural subjects, is exhibiting his new collection celebrating the 900th anniversary of Exeter Cathedral.