The Friends have an intriguing variety of events planned over the next few months, catering for a wide range of interests. In the run-up to Christmas, why not join us for a light-hearted evening designed to improve your crossword technique? Or look forward to Spring by booking a place on our trip to Lichfield Cathedral and the National Memorial Arboretum in April.
We are presenting a talk about Simon de Montfort jointly with the Cathedral Study Centre in February, and finding out more about the rapidly developing science of osteo-archaeology at Friends’ Day in May.
All booking for Friends’ events is now via the Cathedral Box Office. It is possible for members of the Friends to access this in three ways:
An evening with Tim Moorey, a professional crossword setter, who sets puzzles for The Times, The Sunday Times, The Week, and The Sunday Telegraph. Tim will provide tips on how to improve your crossword technique.
Simon de Montfort is a name we all know, but who was he, what did he believe, and how were his actions significant to the history of this country? The Friends are pleased to present this lecture jointly with the Cathedral Study Centre.
A trip to The Midlands to visit two national landmarks – one which has been welcoming pilgrims for centuries, and the other which was only opened to the public in 2001.
This year's Friends' Day returns to its traditional format, and to the refurbished Chapter House, to celebrate the work of the Friends.