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Although COVID-19 has meant plans for commemorating the anniversary of VE Day have had to change, we are joining with other Cathedrals across the country in promoting a Big Picnic for Hope as a way of marking the day.

Interim Precentor

I am delighted to be able to announce the appointment of Gary O’Neill as interim Precentor at Blackburn Cathedral. Gary has been Director of Studies at All Saints Centre for

The annual Sing Together concert series returns for a record breaking run this March at King George’s Hall.

BBC TV came to Blackburn Cathedral way back in 2018, but until now the programme has not been broadcast.

Britain’s holy places are all connected by green lanes and public footpaths.

The HEADLINE sponsor for the Blackburn Cathedral Flower Festival, which returns in 2020, has been announced.

More than 600 children from Church of England and Methodist schools in the Pendle area of Lancashire gathered at Blackburn Cathedral recently for a bumper harvest-related event with an international theme.

Well-known evangelist, speaker and author, J. John, is in Lancashire for two mission events this Christmas.

The High Sheriff & the Dean’s Banquet celebrating the best of Lancashire with Guest Speaker – Sir Andrew Parmley

s part of the preparations for the Blackburn Cathedral Flower Festival in June 2020, the festival’s designers have generously offered to run free flower arranging demonstrations.

The Cathedral will be taking part in the Blackburn Heritage Open Day on the 14th of September 2019

A landmark UK Flower Festival in June 2020 has announced details of its public opening times and special “early bird” pricing.

PAW Patrol fans will be able to meet their favourite characters this summer – as Blackburn hosts the world’s first PAW Patrol brick trail, built and presented by BRICKLIVE.

A Service of Thanksgiving for the ministry of The Venerable Michael Everitt, the Archdeacon of Lancaster, and his wife Ruth Everitt has taken place at Blackburn Cathedral.

The latest cohort of new priests and deacons were ordained at the weekend to serve in The Church of England in Lancashire

Thy Kingdom Come, 11 days of prayer between Ascension Day and Pentecost, which was instituted by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, reached a dramatic climax in Lancashire at Blackburn Cathedral on Sunday evening (June 9) with a closing ecumenical ‘beacon celebration service’.

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