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Chester Cathedral

Chester Cathedral is an ancient abbey and is a treasure of international importance that has played a significant part in shaping the history of the City. It still plays an important part in the spiritual, cultural and civic life of Chester and beyond.


The King's School in Chester celebrates 475 year history

See our gallery of pictures from a special weekend of celebrations at the Wrexham Road school

Chester Mystery Plays: 2018 tickets go on sale

It may be two years away but plans are already well under way for Cathedral spectacular

Chester Cathedral

Chester Cathedral icon theft trial adjourned for second time

Vasilijs Apilats will now not stand trial until November 30

Chester Cathedral

Man accused of stealing priceless Chester Cathedral icon to stand trial this week

18th century artwork was stolen from the cathedral in 2014

Crowds flocked to see Chester theatre company bring Great War stories to life

Theatre in the Quarter production of For The Fallen receives rousing reception from audiences

Chester Cathedral public art event raises awareness of sexual violence

Members of the public invited to take part in art installation by Chester Sexual Abuse Support Service

Chester's most senior Freemason, Assistant Provincial Grandmaster, George Mann.

£500,000 to be donated to Cheshire charities to mark Freemasons tercentenary

Cheshire Freemasons will celebrate their 300th anniversary next year

Cheshire Business Awards 2015: The stage is set at Chester Cathedral

Cheshire Business Awards 2016: First four category shortlists revealed

Start Up and Business of the Year awards finalists unveiled

Olympic silver medallist Mark Cavendish returns to Chester with second sportive

Rise Above Sportive will be back on August 28 following successful launch last year

Will Young to host concert at Chester Cathedral

Concert is to raise funds for Soi Dog Foundation on December 14

Chester Cathedral sheep removed after council hygiene concerns

Cathedral gives sheep away over fears toddlers may contract E Coli unless restrictions were imposed

The 6th Duke of Westminster in his own words

Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor on 'silver spoons' and his battle with depression, as told to The Chronicle in 2001

Lord Mayor of Chester leads city tributes following death of Duke of Westminster

Book of condolence opened at Chester Town Hall and flags are lowered to to half mast on civic buildings

Chester Cathedral: 'We did not mislead over new steps off City Walls'

Cathedral says staircase will support its falconry centre but are fundamentally 'for the benefit of visitors and residents alike'

The Olympic Torch in Chester in 2012 - A Handbag of Harmonies

Remember when the Olympic Torch set Chester alight in 2012

A picture gallery from the momentous occasion when the Olympic flame traversed the city

Chester choir raises cash for charity

Summer concert for The Chester Miscarriage Group

Adam Day snapped this photo of a poster at St Peter's Church in Waverton

Waverton church welcomes Pokémon Go players with open arms

Rector of St Peter's Church is inviting gamers to pop in as they hunt for characters

Cheshire Business Awards 2015: SAS Daniels Business Person of the Year Award, presented by partner and head of corporate Jeremy Orrell and partner and head of commercial Kaye Whitby, went to David Barlow of Barlows (UK) Ltd

2016 Cheshire Business Awards: Last chance to enter

Deadline for entries to 2016 competition is July 29

Cheshire Business Awards 2015: Bentley Motors Young Business Person of the Year Award, open to anyone aged under 35, presented by HR programme manager for Bentley Motors Phillipa Wright, went to Samuel McGarrigle, Beer Dock

2016 Cheshire Business Awards: Young business person

Spotlight on a category aimed at identifying future stars of the business community

Nine delightful afternoon teas to try in Chester

Need some inspiration on where you can celebrate? Well, look no further


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