Mar 25, 2018 Palm Sunday
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  Palm Sunday in Winchester has been marked with a Gathering and Procession, with the Dean inviting those present to hold up their palm crosses as she read a prayer of blessing. The Traditional Palm Sunday procession in Winchester started off from outside the Great Hall after a short gathering and service. Everyone was offered […]

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Dec 26, 2017 Bishop
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  The Bishop of Winchester – The Right Reverend Tim Dakin – has urged Winchester parishioners “to receive Him again.” In the packed Christmas Day Eucharist at the Cathedral in Winchester, the Bishop also talked about stories based on real events – and urged us to remember to say “sorry.” He says he asked his […]

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Sep 12, 2017 News in Brief
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  Welcome to your news in brief for Winchester and beyond for Tuesday 12 September The view will never quite be the same again for the red-twigged lime trees on Lime Avenue leading down to the Cathedral from the city museum – in fact staff hope it will be better. The trees were originally replanted […]

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Jul 18, 2017 Tenner
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  What a day for Winchester… the brand new tenner has been unveiled at the Cathedral by the Bank of England on the 200th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen here in Winchester. (The Bank of England’s Mark Carney alongside the Dean.) It’s a stunning addition to our series of banknotes, featuring enhanced security, […]

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Dec 22, 2016 Christmas
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This Christmas Eve will be a special one on Winchester Today – with a beautiful programme of Lessons and Carols. A Christmas ‘Letter From The Editor’, Kevin Gover: “We have spent weeks putting together a special one-hour programme of Lessons and Carols for our Internet radio station, with the spoken word delivered by many people […]

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Nov 30, 2016 winchester cathedral winter
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  Letter From The Editor – 30 November 2016 Let’s start with the irony. Completely unplanned and unexpected is the song that’s playing on the radio at the very moment I’m writing these words. Alexander O’Neal’s ‘Criticize’. Yes, I know – before you ask – American spelling. That’s how it is on the record, don’t […]

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Aug 15, 2015 Super Winchester City Sink Bridgwater
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Winchester Today Podcast for 15 August 2015 – all you need to know in 6 minutes! Winchester Today Podcast Featured Material   Hampshire Scouts World Scout Jamboree New Alresford six-a-side Winchester Cathedral Winchester City  

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May 19, 2015 IMG_1999.JPG
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REVIEW: Yale Schola Cantorum – Winchester Cathedral, 21 May 2015. Well, we told you that they were one of America’s finest music conservatories, and they did not disappoint. Yale Schola Cantorum, under the direction of principal conductor David Hill, is a chamber choir that performs regularly in concert and for occasional choral services. They came […]

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Jul 30, 2013 £10m Boost for Winchester Cathedral
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Despite pouring down with rain for most of the day, the sun appears to be shining on the city today in other ways – with a successful second round application from the Heritage Lottery Fund resulting in a £10m boost for Winchester Cathedral. The national grant of £10.5m has been awarded to enable essential repairs to the Cathedral […]

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Jun 14, 2013 PIC flowers symph 3
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A beautiful yet simple display brought Winchester Cathedral alive with flowers for the Symphony of Flowers. The Creative Director Angela Turner told Winchester Today that she tried to create ‘Daisy Fever’: “As soon as you walk into the Cathedral you’ll see the hanging designs in a simple archway.” “Then you’ll see the natural meadow area!” Winchester […]

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