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What’s On At Canterbury Cathedral

UPDATE: Reopening to visitors and for services of worship

From Saturday 4th July 2020, the Cathedral will reopen to visitors and, from Sunday 5th July, for services of worship. We’re delighted to welcome you back. We’ve introduced a range of new safety measures to ensure your wellbeing, including one-way routes, enhanced cleaning regimes, hand sanitiser stations, distanced seating, additional signage and floor markings, and PPE for our staff, volunteers and Constables as appropriate. We’ve also made several other changes, including the introduction of pre-booked tickets, and free entry for children and reduced charges for adults until September. Click here to find out more about visiting the Cathedral and click here for information about our services of worship.

The Cathedral plays an active role in the community and is regularly used for community and/or public events, from university degree ceremonies to concerts and local schools’ commemoration services.

Below you will find details of our main public events, a more detailed Calendar View as well as News and Newsletters. The Videos will give you an insight into some of the work that goes on behind the scenes.

To stay informed about events in the Cathedral, subscribe to our Newsletter, join us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

You can pick up a copy of the What’s On guide, covering January-March 2020, from the Cathedral or download it here.

Download the latest What’s On Guide

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