Good news from Worcester Cathedral

Just eight days after a pinnacle was blown down by Storm Arwen, badly damaging the north choir aisle, twelve bells rang out over the city before the morning Eucharist on 5 December. Moving quickly, on Monday 29 November our friend Rich Martin

Significant structural damage to the cathedral

On Friday 26th November 2021, as a result of named storm Arwen, a pinnacle on the cathedral tower broke off and smashed through part of the roof close to the Friend’s Door. The architects are assessing the implications of the

Worcester Night working with Illuminos

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RWNYC Website Link


Below is a link to the RWNYC website with all the information about this year’s contest. 2021 Contest  

Worcester Cathedral’s SCIE Audit Report

Worcester Cathedral’s SCIE audit report which covers bellringing.

Young Ringers’ Foundation Stones

Some examples of our young ringers’ Foundation Stones which will be part of Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre which will be built in central London. If you would like to know more about Foundation Stones and even do a workshop

Worcester Cathedral ringing to remember Captain Sir Tom Moore

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On Saturday 27 February 2021 at 12:05 the bourdon bell was tolled 100 times in memory of Captain Sir Tom Moore by Ashley Fortey and Bernard Taylor.

Worcester Bell Tolls for Captain Sir Tom Moore

Click below for the full article. Worcester bell tolls for Captain Sir Tom Moore

Worcester Contribute to the UK Holocaust Memorial

Click the link below for the full Article. Worcester Contribute to the UK Holocaust Memorial

Updated: Coronavirus(COVID-19)- Latest guidance from the CCCBR (December 2020)

The link below offers up-to-date guidance from the Central Council on ringing during this period. (Click the link below for more information). Covid Winter Plan – updated guidance for England Wales and Scotland