Lichfield Cathedral to launch new Guide Book
Lichfield Cathedral to launch new Guide Book for visitors and pilgrims
Lichfield Cathedral is pleased to be launching a new publication on Sunday 25th January, 4.30pm.
The stunning new Guide Book features beautiful images to tell the story of the Cathedral and The Close, which have been at the heart of English history for centuries.
The Cathedral welcomes a high number of visitors from across the globe each year. The guide book will provide them with an introduction to the heritage and architecture of this special place within the context of the Cathedral’s Christian mission.
The book was co-written by Mrs Patricia Scaife, a highly regarded volunteer Guide and Lichfield Cathedral historian, and the Rev’d Canon Dr Anthony Moore, Vice-Dean of Lichfield Cathedral. The photos were taken by talented professional architectural photographer, Angelo Hornak.
Visitors can purchase the new book for just £5 from the Cathedral Shop, No.9 The Close.
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