Officials at Truro Cathedral have issued an urgent message to the public to make it clear that they are still open.
They are worried that many visitors think that the cathedral was closed following the recent fall of stone pillar during the storms. Although nearby Wilkes Walk is closed from High Cross to the Cathedral Green for public safetym the cathedral is definitely open.
Colin Reid, Cathedral Communications Officer said, “The cathedral, its shop and restaurant are all open and we’ve moved the ramp access for wheelchairs from by the shop to the front of the cathedral.
Whether you are coming for worship, a bite to eat in the restaurant or a browse in the shop, we are definitely open and waiting to welcome you to Cornwall’s cathedral.”
The work of a man who's on a crusade to help artists in Cornwall has gone on display at Truro Cathedral. Colin Brown was appointed by the Bishop of Truro to reach out to the artistic community. He says many feel lonely and isolated.
He's set up a series of discussion groups to help them. One artist told us it's helped to turn his life round.
While in Truro, Archbishop Justin Welby said it was vital for the church to help those who are less well-off.
The new Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has been in Cornwall just days before his enthronement.
He met schoolchildren in Truro and then walked to the cathedral. He said it was important for the church to focus on issues which affected people in everyday life.
The new Archbishop of Canterbury will visit Truro Cathedral this morning.
The Right Reverend Justin Welby is making a national 'journey in prayer' before his enthronement on 21 March. He will be welcomed by local school children who will sing for him.
Truro Cathedral is celebrating the 125 years since it held its first service.
The Cathedral is one of Cornwall's most famous landmarks but it is also one of the newest.
To celebrate the anniversary, a party will be held in the Nave between 11am and 3pm, followed by a Songs of Praise service.
One of Cornwall's most distinctive landmarks is celebrating its 125th anniversary this weekend. A free all day party will be held in Truro Cathedral to mark its first service. The first foundation stones of the Cathedral were laid in 1880. Kathy Wardle has been looking back over its history
One of Cornwall's most distinctive landmarks is celebrating its 125th anniversary this weekend. A free all day party will be held in Truro Cathedral to mark its first service. The first foundation stones of the Cathedral were laid in 1880.
Archdeacon Roger Bush will be installed as the next Dean of Truro in a service at the city's cathedral at 11 o'clock. The Bishop of Truro, The Rt Revd Timothy Thornton, will institute the Venerable Roger Bush as Dean of Truro and Rector of St Mary's Parish Church.
Archdeacon Bush is married to Lois, and has two grown-up children, Hannah and Tom. His interests include reading, classical music and singing what he describes as "strangulated tenor" in a choir.