Four English cathedrals awarded £8m National Lottery funding boost

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The cash injection will be used for a wide range of creative community-focused projects, including creating a sacred space for all to enjoy in Newcastle’s city centre.

Newcastle Cathedral received £ 4.2m from the fund and cathedral donors topped up the money, bringing the total for the project to £6m.

 

The Very Reverend Geoff Miller, Dean of Newcastle told Premier more about what the money will be spent on.

“We’ll be removing a large amount of ledger stones, which tells the history of Newcastle people.

“There will be a new floor with underfloor heating which will look magnificent. New seating – the whole place should look spectacular.”

 

Worcester’s 12th century undercroft will be brought into public use as an imaginative learning hub and new city venue with the £1m it was awarded.

Leicester Cathedral’s ambitious £11.3m project to restore the city’s historic cathedral and build a new heritage learning centre along side the main building is a step closer thanks to the cathedral securing £3.3m from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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