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Sunday 9 December 2018 to Saturday 15 December 2018


Sunday 9 December

3 Dec
- 10 Dec
-
As part of the Heritage Lottery Fund #ThanksToYou! campaign, we’re offering lottery ticket holders the opportunity to join one of our expert guides on a tour of the Cathedral, from 3 – 8 December, free of charge.
1 Dec
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
- The installation will be on display in the Precincts daily.
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
-
**Now running until January 2019** - a series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
08:00
Sunday Holy Communion
- Quire
09:30
Kings School Matins Service
- Nave
11:00
Sung Eucharist
- Quire
15:15
Choral Evensong
- Quire
18:30
Sermon & Compline
- Quire

Monday 10 December

3 Dec
- 10 Dec
-
As part of the Heritage Lottery Fund #ThanksToYou! campaign, we’re offering lottery ticket holders the opportunity to join one of our expert guides on a tour of the Cathedral, from 3 – 8 December, free of charge.
1 Dec
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
- The installation will be on display in the Precincts daily.
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
-
**Now running until January 2019** - a series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
10:30
- E Crypt
Bach to Baby Christmas Concert, a series of concerts that were set up with the aim of providing top quality classical music for the enjoyment of carers and babies/small children alike. Tickets from Bach to Baby website, www.bachtobaby.com
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Tuesday 11 December

1 Dec
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
- The installation will be on display in the Precincts daily.
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
-
**Now running until January 2019** - a series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Wednesday 12 December

1 Dec
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
- The installation will be on display in the Precincts daily.
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
-
**Now running until January 2019** - a series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
12:30
Holy Communion
- W Crypt
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Thursday 13 December

1 Dec
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
- The installation will be on display in the Precincts daily.
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
-
**Now running until January 2019** - a series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
12:15
Nave closed
- Nave
The Nave and Martyrdom are closed from 12.15 until 15.15 hrs for the Barton Court Carol Service. The rest of the Cathedral is open for visiting as usual.
14:00
Barton Court Grammar School Carol Service
- Nave
17:30
Said Evensing Prayer
- Crypt

Friday 14 December

1 Dec
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
- The installation will be on display in the Precincts daily.
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
-
**Now running until January 2019** - a series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
07:30
Matins
- Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion
- Cathedral
09:00
Crypt closed
- Crypt
The Crypt is closed from 09.00 until 14.30 hrs for a private service. The rest of the Cathedral is open for visiting as usual.
10:30
Funeral Service
- Crypt
Funeral Service for the Redman famliy, officiated by the Dean
12:00
Confessions
- Holy Innocents
17:30
Choral Evensong
- Quire

Saturday 15 December

1 Dec
- 19 Feb
- PACCAR Gallery, British Library London NW1 2DB
Items from the Cathedral’s historic collection are off to London from an exhibition of Anglo-Saxon Life. See the tiny beautiful Anglo-Saxon sundial and the early 10th century Fonthill Letter, the earliest known example of a personal letter from a layman to the King of England.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
- The installation will be on display in the Precincts daily.
To commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War, students and staff from Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College, led by Sculptor Clive Soord, have created a large-scale wooden horse for the Cathedral Precincts. The Canterbury War Horse’s head is bowed in respect, facing oncoming visitors to the cathedral.
1 Dec
- 6 Jan
-
**Now running until January 2019** - a series of installations by international artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg reflecting on themes of war and remembrance, migration and refugees.
08:00
Saturday Holy Communion
- Cathedral
09:30
Saturday Matins
- Jesus Chapel
15:15
Choral Evensong
- Quire
19:00
- Nave
Canterbury Choral Society and Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir. Doors open at 18.30. Tickets go on sale late September 2018 from 01227 787787 or www.marlowetheatre.com.
image of the Cathedral
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