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Your departed loved ones remembered at St Paul's

Oct
31

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Owing to an overwhelming response in 2012, St Paul's is once again inviting people from across the world to submit the names of...
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Today in history - WWI's most famous female casualty is remembered at St Paul's

Oct
29

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Whilst often seen as a place of great celebration, St Paul's is also known as a location for national mourning and remembrance. In...
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Trafalgar Day marked with prayers at the tomb of Lord Nelson

Oct
21

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

The British victory at the Battle of Trafalgar and death of Lord Nelson have been remembered at a simple wreath laying around the...
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St Paul's Cathedral - Draft Instrument notice - Cathedrals Measure 1999

Oct
18

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

NOTICE is given that the Council of the Cathedral Church of St Paul in London (St Paul’s Cathedral) has prepared a draft...
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Postcode rivalry explored by young actors at St Paul's

Oct
15

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Young actors from a west London theatre group have performed at St Paul's as part of the Cathedral's How to Change the World...
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Today in history - Coronation composer Hubert Parry dies

Oct
07

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's is famously the burial place for many Great Britons, with military leaders, poets, artists and scientists all represented...
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Social purpose of the financial sector is unclear, survey reveals

Oct
03

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Nine out of ten people have called for greater clarity on the social purpose of the UK financial sector, a St Paul’s Institute...
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Leave me, O Love - a Sir Philip Sidney sonnet to mark National Poetry Day

Oct
03

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

To mark National Poetry Day, a sonnet by Sir Philip Sidney, Elizabethan poet, courtier and solider, buried at St Paul's. In...
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Bach's 'Great Eighteen' performed at St Paul's as part of European organ marathon

Oct
02

Posted by St Paul's Cathedral

Some of J S Bach's finest works are to be performed at St Paul's as part of one man's mission to play all of the great composer's...
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