Faith, Nottingham and Graham Greene

A half study day Saturday 19th October 2019 2. pm - 7.pm approx Graham Greene became a Catholic while he was living in Nottingham in 1926 and was received into the Church at St Barnabas' Cathedral. This study day will look at his life and work in our contemporary context with the help of speakers Dr David Belbin, Michael Eaton and Dr Creina Mansfield
More information download Detailed information sheet or Poster : ruthcshelton@gmail.com

Catholic Creative Writing

For more information download Detailed information sheet or Poster or email Anthony Verdon at:

verdon1@ntlworld.com

 



Heritage Open Days

Analysing Pugin - Nottingham Trent University in partnership with St Barnabas Cathedral

A unique chance to visit The Creative and Virtual Technologies Lab at Nottingham Trent University for a talk and hands on demonstration of the techniques used to create a 3D model of St Barnabas Cathedral, designed by Augustus Pugin.

Although much of the rich decoration of the Cathedral has been lost over time with reordering and redecorating, there are still traces which invoke the original atmosphere. Nottingham Trent University have been working with the Cathedral to research the work of renowned architect A.W.N. Pugin. This is a special first-hand account of the latest findings and new discoveries. You will also be invited to participate in a participatory map of sacred spaces in Nottingham, where you can exchange local knowledge on these heritage landmarks across the city.
For more information go to Heritage Open Days


Celebrating Pugin

To mark the 175th anniversary of St Barnabas Cathedral and the celebrate the work of its architect A.W.N. Pugin, we are taking part in the national Heritage Open Days for the first time! 

The Heritage Open Days are England’s largest festival of history and culture, with over 5,00 events taking place across the country. To find out more visit www.heritageopendays.org.uk


Discovering Pugin

New Display and trail leaflet exploring the Cathedral’s history and Gothic-revival style architecture, including the findings of 3D scanning, paint analysis and archive research recently conducted by Nottingham Trent University.

Recommended visit times are 9am – 12pm and 2pm – 5pm, Monday to Fridays.  To book on a guided tour, please contact the Cathedral Office on 01159 539 839 so that we can make arrangements for a Tour Guide to be present, or just drop in and follow the new display and trail leaflets which will be available from Saturday 21st September.


 

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