The 2023 edition of the UK’s light biennial Lumiere closed in Durham on Sunday 19 November, having welcomed tens of thousands of visitors to the event over four incredible nights.
Rebekah Best follows in her fathers footsteps to become the new Head Verger
The Festival of Remembrance returned for the 12th year on Saturday 11 November.
In November 2023, we remembered those who gave their life in battle, and those who put their lives at risk today at the Festival of Remembrance and Remembrance Sunday Service.
New Lay Canon to join Durham Cathedral’s governing body
Durham Cathedral is celebrating its final visitor figures following the success of Gaia this summer.
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester visited Durham Cathedral on Wednesday 13 September, to celebrate and raise the profile of cathedrals across the UK.
On Saturday 16 September, Very Revd Canon Dr Philip Plyming was installed as the new Dean of Durham, sharing priorities of pilgrimage, prayer and proclamation in inaugural sermon.
Students from New College Durham have created new product ranges for the gift shop inspired by the Rose Window and Sanctuary Ring
If you visit the cathedral this summer, you may spot a new feature outside the 930 year old building – a purple ice cream bike!
Jed Williams, Apprentice Stonemason has been awarded the Stonemasonry Apprenticeship award, which was delivered in-person by the Durham City Freemen.
School pupils artwork highlighting endangered species goes on display at Durham Cathedral
Visitors to Durham Cathedral can expect an out-of-this-world experience this summer as a giant illuminated installation of planet Earth is suspended in the cathedral Nave.
We're proud to announce that Kathryn Thubron has been appointed as the new cathedral Curate. Find out more, as we asked Kathryn a few questions on her new role.
Durham Cathedral is pleased to announce the appointment of Guy Sampson as it’s new Chief Operating Officer, a role historically known as Chapter Clerk.