School pupils artwork highlighting endangered species goes on display at Durham Cathedral
The region’s largest business dinner of the year, the Chamber Annual Dinner, took place at Durham Cathedral on the evening of Thursday 9 March and helped raise £50,172 for the UNESCO World Heritage Site's Raising a Voice appeal
The Last Supper table may appear to be simple and roughly made, but this ordinary looking object hides a beautiful and intricate interior.
We asked two apprentices to share what they love about learning on the job at Durham Cathedral.
Durham Cathedral is protecting local wildlife by installing multiple swift boxes 60ft above the ground in its iconic Central Tower.
A team has been working carefully to develop a new lighting scheme that will be more efficient and reduce carbon emissions by employing the latest LED technology at Durham Cathedral.
Durham Cathedral’s stonemasons swap the Works’ Yard for the Cloisters, as they showcase their heritage skills to the public every weekday, until Friday 27 August.
The Dean of Durham swapped his dog collar for a beekeeping suit to welcome an unusual group of pilgrims to Durham Cathedral last week.
Find out about our recent conservation projects and learn more about the teams that look after the whole of the Durham Cathedral site.
Durham Cathedral's main pipe organ has been maintained by the same Durham-based organ conservation firm since 1905. In October and November 2022, repairs were carried out to ensure the organ remains fully operational.
Vital repair and conservation work was completed on the cathedral's central tower and belfry in 2019. This work ensured that the tower will be open for visitors to enjoy stunning views of Durham and the surrounding country for many years to come.