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Derby Cathedral, one of Derby’s most beautiful and historic sites as well as the home of a vibrant Christian community and the venue for many exciting and innovative events. Worship has been offered on this site for more than a thousand years, and the present building goes back nearly three hundred years with a tower which is considerably older. Inside the Cathedral you will find important monuments of Derby’s past, such as the tomb of Bess of Hardwick, the wrought iron screen by Robert Bakewell, and the memorial of Florence Nightingale. You will also find a place to be still and prayerful, either by yourself – the tiny St. Katherine’s Chapel in the crypt is perfect for this – or in one of the daily services, many of which include wonderful choral music. In 2017 the Cathedral celebrated ninety years since All Saints’ Church was hallowed as a cathedral with the creation of the new Diocese of Derby. Over these ninety years, Derby Cathedral has sought to serve the bishops and parishes of the Diocese, together with all who live and work in the city and county. Text Adapted from the Derby Cathedral Website.
CCTV Cameras and Intruder Alarm and Window Grilles at Derby Cathedral
CCTV Cameras and Intruder Alarm and Window Grilles at Derby Cathedral
Derby Cathedral, one of Derby’s most beautiful and historic sites as well as the home of a vibrant Christian community and the venue for many exciting and innovative events. Worship has been offered on this site for more than a thousand years, and the present building goes back nearly three hundred years with a tower which is considerably older. Inside the Cathedral you will find important monuments of Derby’s past, such as the tomb of Bess of Hardwick, the wrought iron screen by Robert Bakewell, and the memorial of Florence Nightingale. You will also find a place to be still and prayerful, either by yourself – the tiny St. Katherine’s Chapel in the crypt is perfect for this – or in one of the daily services, many of which include wonderful choral music. In 2017 the Cathedral celebrated ninety years since All Saints’ Church was hallowed as a cathedral with the creation of the new Diocese of Derby. Over these ninety years, Derby Cathedral has sought to serve the bishops and parishes of the Diocese, together with all who live and work in the city and county. Text Adapted from the Derby Cathedral Website.
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