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After a climb up some steps I finally reached the entrance. The cathedral will be 100 years old next year, although it is an extended church in reality and has a clean and new impression inside. That aside there are some interesting plaques, a stunning...More
I was singing here as part of a visiting choir while the resident choir were away. The Cathedral is beautiful to sing in, it's a fabulous building, and the staff and clergy were all very friendly and welcoming. There's coffee after the Sunday Eucharist, and...More
This cathedral is surprisingly interesting. It comprises two parts: a very old parish church, and a newer addition, dating from the 1960s. The combination seems to work well. The old church has a great number of commemorative plaques, with the new addition being relatively plain....More
My mate who lives in the city tells me that this is the least visited cathedral in Europe. True or not, there are few names in the visitors book, and most of them are fairy local. This is a shame as it is definitely worth...More
The city Cathedral is a nice church in the city centre. It does not have the gravitas and architectural pull that some cathedrals have but it is still a place worth visiting and looking at while in Bradford.
Very pretty place and right in the...More
Lots of steps to climb from nearby shopping centre. Most of cathedral hidden from view.
Pleasantly surprised at interior which had some modern elements.
Did not have a lot of time to fully explore the place