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If, like us, you like to visit historic buildings then don't miss this one.
Its Victorian exterior does not prepare you for the painted side chapel within. It is delightful!
A place of prayer it is opened from 7am - 7pm every day and although...More
Visited this venue it was open best to check if open before you visit .peace and quiet enable you to admire the stained glass windows ,the high altar is well worth seeing .
You can admire the statues .
Our first visit to this cathedral for our friend’s ordination as a deacon. It’s as you’d expect from a cathedral - lots of decorative features and bigger than your average church. There’s a large hall across the way. Metered parking in the surrounding streets and...More
Arriving at the Nottingham railway station, I follow up Maid Marion Way to this Catholic Cathedral. It is quite a long walk, and up hill! The cathedral is attractive from my approach, and I discover a very pleasant green cathedral close on the other side....More