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New Canon joins Canterbury Cathedral

Emma Pennington comes to Kent from the Diocese of Oxford.

Cathedral preparing for WW1 commemoration events

The centenary of the armistice will be marked in various ways in Canterbury.

Have you ever dreamed of joining the Cathedral Choir?

For a handful of boys and girls this will soon be a reality.

Welby brands them “evil” – but Canterbury Cathedral admits it uses...

The Archbishop of Canterbury has found himself at the centre of a political storm - again.

Stained glass dating back to Thomas Becket discovered by accident

Researchers believed they were examining Victorian artwork, but were amazed to find the glass dates back to the 12th century.

Firefighters called to Cathedral

The building is undergoing an evacuation.

Rare bible returns to Cathedral 500 years after it went missing

The book was bought for a six figure sum at a specialist sale.

As city bakes, Cathedral offers refuge from the heat

Temperatures are set to climb even higher, say forecasters.

Cathedral to mark NHS’s 70th birthday

Those attending the Cathedral will be invited to remember the work the health service does.

Concert will mark last of the season for choir

It has been a busy year for the Canterbury Cathedral Choir.

Canterbury Society reveals vision for grotty underpass

Chairman Jan Pahl spelled out the civic group's vision to councillors.

Chaucer’s Tales inspire exacting race to Canterbury

The last three miles of this race will be ultra-hard.
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