As the oldest building in the city, Bradford Cathedral remains one of Yorkshire’s hidden gems and has served as an intimate, inspiring place of prayer since the first millennium. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of this beautiful landmark of faith, heritage, and community becoming a cathedral, join us for an insightful discussion featuring the Dean of Bradford, Jerry Lepine, architect Ulrike Knox and the cathedral’s poet-in-residence Diane Pacitti.
The panel will reflect on the transformation of the cathedral and the city surrounding it in the last 100 years and discuss what the future may be for the cathedral’s role in Bradford as an architectural icon, a focal point for the community, and a place of worship..
From 11am to 12.15pm.
This event is hosted by Bradford Cathedral
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