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 Kent Canterbury Cathedral


Part of the UNESCO world heritage site with St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church the site has been a place of Christian worship for over fourteen hundred years. The Cathedral Church of Christ at Canterbury is the mother church of the Anglican Communion. After the murder of Archbishop Thomas Becket (St Thomas of Canterbury) in 1170 the cathedral became an important place for pilgrimage, immortalised by Geoffrey Chaucers Canterbury Tales. You are welcome to join in services but a charge is made for entry to the Precincts. Disabled Facilities: include toilets, ramps,a lift, wheelchairs, a hearing loop and a touch and hearing system.

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