A bronze sculpture is Janis Ridley, a local artist who lives and works on the edge of Dartmoor, found in the Lady Chapel.
A collaboration between award-winning artist and stroke survivor Mark Ware, and psychologist Dr Nichola Street, lecturer and researcher at Staffordshire University, is attempting to answer this profound question.
On 5th September, Exeter’s cultural venues will celebrate a new season of events taking place in the city.
The tours, which take place at set times between 8th and 11th September 2016, cover a range of topics relating to the Cathedral including stained glass and the historic ‘misericords’ – carved seats which date back to the 13th century.
Our friends in the US are marking #NationalRumDay on 16th August. We're been busy looking in the Library and Archive for rum-themed inspiration.
Catching up with our team of Big LEGO Build volunteers who are helping us to build for the future.
Exeter Cathedral has been awarded £170,000 for vital repairs to keep the building dry as part of the government’s First World War Centenary Cathedrals repair fund.
Royal visitors to Exeter Cathedral.
Chris Sampson explains why the Cathedral was cleared of chairs last month and the need for carrying out two important surveys.
Friday 1st July is the 100th anniversary of the start of the Battle of the Somme.