Bradford Cathedral


Blessed Sacrament windowBradford 15th century Cathedral has survived battles, disease and poverty, being rebuilt three times in its history of over 1300 years. Attacking Scots, Royalists, pollution and northern winters have all left their stories in the stones.



There is a flourishing musical tradition, and an imaginative education programme, and vibrant links with the life of the city are constantly developing.

Its foursquare Tudor tower is a landmark standing within beautiful gardens - now an oasis of peace. This lovely building holds much early William Morris glass; embroidery by Ernest Sichel; and sulpture by Flaxman and John Shaw, as well as encouraging a new generation of artists.