Audio slideshow: Worcester Cathedral's 20 year facelift

In 1988, the bell tower that dominates the city skyline in Worcester was in danger of collapse, with the rest of the stonework on the building fast being worn down by wind and rain.

But thanks to grants and public funding totalling more than £10m, much of the fabric of the building has now been restored. Take a look around with Cathedral Architect, Chris Romain - and Works Manager, Darren Steele.

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Not all images have captions. Music courtesy KPM Music.
Archive artwork by kind permission of the Dean and Chapter of Worcester Cathedral.

Slideshow production by Paul Kerley. Publication date 23 March 2010.


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