Carlisle Cathedral has set up a place where people can light candles and pray for the victims of the Paris terror attacks.
A model of the Eiffel Tower has been placed on a table to inspire people in their reflections.
The remembrance area in the cathedral has been set aside for the three days of national mourning in France.
A special service will be held at Carlisle Cathedral next week to mark the Queen becoming the nation's longest-reigning monarch.
On Wednesday, Queen Elizabeth the second will beat the record set by her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria, who reigned for 63 years and 216 days.
A choral evensong will be held at 5:30 in Carlisle.
Watch Tim Backshall's report on the plans for a multi-million pound teaching and learning centre at Carlisle Cathedral.
The Very Rev Mark Boyling says Carlisle Cathedral's Fratry project will bring the stories of the precinct to life.
Plans to create a multi-million pound heritage teaching and learning centre at Carlisle Cathedral are back on track.
The Heritage Lottery Funding has confirmed initial funding of £81,000 for its plans to develop world-class facilities in the Fratry building inside the Cathedral precinct.
This grant means work can now take place to complete a new building design, and should lead to a second grant application of £1.8 million from the HLF within two years.
The library at Carlisle Cathedral is open to the public for three days only. On display, one of the best collections of 17th century literature owned by the church anywhere in the country.
It's all to celebrate the 400th birthday of its collector, Bishop Thomas Smith.
He enjoyed a love of knowledge that was rare in the sixteen hundreds and his collection now offers an important insight into history.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
Books and other memorabilia from Bishop Thomas Smith are on display at Carlisle Cathedral until Thursday.Read the full story ›
Carlisle Cathedral will be celebrating the 400th anniversary of one of its greatest benefactors this week.
Books and other memorabilia from Bishop Thomas Smith will be on display at the cathedral for today until Thursday.
Carlisle Cathedral is to receive almost £200,000 in government funding for repairs and renovations.
The money will go towards fixing the south porch, which is the main entrance to the ancient building.
Well, earlier Pam spoke to Canon Michael Manley from the cathedral, and started by asking him what the problems are at the moment.
Carlisle Cathedral is to receive almost £200,000 in government funding for repairs.
The money will go towards fixing parts of the roof that are leaking, stained glass, and stonework.
The fund was announced in this year's Budget and set up in April.
We spoke to the Right Rev James Newcome Bishop of Carlisle: