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Sacking the tower

by Margaret Duggan

A NEW exhibition of work by artists in the diocese of Bradford is on display at Bradford Cathedral. It explores the theme of “Hope”, to coincide with the national Hope 2008 campaign, which brings members of different Churches together to help people in their communities.

Also this year, the cathedral bell tower is celebrating its 500th birthday, and just as sacks of wool were hung on the outside of the tower during the Civil War, to protect it from Royalist ...

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