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The Derby Cathedral can be called the centre of attraction in Derby with its high tower and impressive architecture. The cathedral has been built and rebuilt several times, but still maintains its old word charm. The inside is full of natural light, airy and peaceful....More
Derby Cathedral is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most famous and easily recognisable landmark structures in Derby.
Known as Cathedral Of All Saints ,the tower dates from the 16th Century, stands at 212 feet high ,most of the rest of the...More
Wonderful peaceful place with a marvellous history. Medieval tower, Georgian nave, Wrought iron chancel screen, Bess of Hardwick's tomb and Joseph Wright memorial slab. All complemented by vivid blue and yellow modern stained glass. A truly Enlightenment Cathedral, bathed in light.
This is a must to visit it's a beautiful Cathedral amongst one of the best in the country .the last time I was in there was about 50years ago when I was in the school choir .Its such a lovely place and see the falcons...More
9 lessons and carols in this beautiful light cathedral. A warm welcome and great atmosphere. Bess of Hardwick is buried here. The staff were friendly and helpful and the building is warm and compact and very beautiful. Well worth a visit.
At this year's remembrance service a wreath of ceramic poppies made by Tom Piper was dedicated and presented to the cathedral to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, well worth going to pay your respects.
Hi. I'm a keen amauter photographer, and love taking photos. Lots of them. I have found that when you are in the UK you can take photos of most places, but no flash photos.
I took a lot of photos in the Cathedral.