I love how it stands tall and proud 'dominating' our skyline! Plus find it amazing how many different accents I hear and people I strike up conversations with. It's magnificence never fails to impress me, and I walk into numerous people as I'm starring up at the celling or windows. I especially make sure I go at Christmas as they have a 'stall' of 'charity' Christmas cards - from/for different causes - which is so much easier than traipsing round trying to find your selected charity ones. I make sure I go to the/their cafe which sells HAND MADE food and cakes - last time I was in had "falafe salad" (needed a doggy bag it was such a big portion!) the 'staff' there are really friendly, both in the cafe and the cathedral itself, I was trying to work out a quote realised it was either French or Latin (having done former in school) A helpful 'member of staff' said ''been 'watching' you for 15mins wondering what you were struggling with" and he translated it for as that 'all the honour and glory of god' quote. Plus it has had many famous local people's funerals take place there. Of course the most recent Ken Dodd.