About this Website
This is the official website for Rochester Cathedral. The Cathedral is the home of the Bishop's throne (or Cathedra), but the Bishop has responsibility for the whole of the Diocese of Rochester, not just the Cathedral. The Diocese has its own website here. We are a member of the Church of England.
Much of the photography on this website (including all the feature photography in the Panoramic Tour) is © by David Robinson. The Panoramic Images were created by Dan Soper. Other photographs in the website are by Robbie Munn, Geoff Matthews, Lynne Egide and Liz Simmons.
The recent developments of this website have been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Click here for a copy of the HLF Project BrochureHidden Treasures, Fresh Expressions is a project that focuses on the Crypt, Library and the 'hidden collections' in the Cathedral's ownership....
Rochester Cathedral Forward Plan 2013-2018
To see a copy of the Cathedral's latest plan which sets out the vision for the Cathedral over the next five years please click on link below: Rochester Cathedral Forward...