Repair work on parts of Gloucester Cathedral is due to come to an end with a special ceremony.
The repairs cost more than £175,000
Specialist stonemasons have been repairing the eastern turret of the South Transept, damaged by lightning more than 12 months ago.
On Monday, a topping out service will take place to mark the end of the conservation work, with a new cross put on the repaired tower.
Scaffolding should come down from the turret from 11 April onwards.
The Dean of Gloucester, the Very Reverend Nicholas Bury, said: "The ceremony marks the completion of another important project in the continuing restoration of the cathedral's stonework."
The project cost more than £175,000, with funding from English Heritage.