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Cathedral of skills

CATHEDRALS and medieval churches have a huge importance in our national life, not least in keeping alive a range of skills and crafts that have value in themselves. Canterbury Cathedral demonstrated some of them on its recent open evening, attended by 1500 people. After an evensong with superb music, the visitors had an opportunity to learn about the skilled craftsmanship that goes into preserving one of the country's most iconic buildings.

There were displays, ...

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