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The first poet in residence ever to be installed at Carlisle Cathedral in its 900 year history, has been visiting the city to explain what he hopes he can bring to the church in Cumbria.
He says he wants to use his position to engage the community with the Cathedral's day to day work.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Carlisle Cathedral's first 'poet in residence', (in it's 900 year history), has been explaining what he would like to achieve in the role.
Martyn Halsall was in the city to talk about how he'd like to involve more of the community in the Cathedral's day to day life:
After nine hundred years it has been decided that Carlisle Cathedral should have a resident poet penning verse from within it's walls. Martyn Halsall is the man who has been charged with the task. The former Guardian journalist takes up his post today.