Northwest Cathedrals

If you’ve enjoyed visiting our Cathedral, take a look at other treasures nearby.

Manchester Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral has been centre stage in its city’s history for nearly 600 years. In 1421 Henry V signed a royal charter granting permission for a collegiate church to be built.

In 1847 a new Manchester diocese was created and this historic church became a Cathedral.

Liverpool Cathedral

From the very early days of its origins and then starting to build just after the turn of the 20th Century, through to its completion in 1978 after 74 long, hard, but rewarding years, the unfolding story of this great cathedral, the largest in the whole of the UK and the fifth largest in the world, is both fascinating and quite unique.

Share the amazing journey through our site, as it becomes evident just how important the Cathedral is to the heart and the life of this now internationally acclaimed City of Liverpool.

Chester Cathedral

Chester Cathedral has a rich and fascinating heritage. It is a living community of prayer and worship, a centre of excellence in Church Music, and plays a key role for the Christian community across Chester, the Wirral and Cheshire. They welcome thousands of visitors from all over the world.

St Asaph Cathedral

St Asaph is the smallest ancient cathedral in England and Wales (founded c.560), and often described as a ‘hidden gem’. It is intimate and simple: visitors often comment on its warm, light openness. Its attractions range from the fifteenth-century canopied choir stalls to fine modern sculptures by local craftsmen.


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