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We have carried out a series of phases of work to the Cathedral, both of repair, in particular to the medieval timber roofs, as well as a major internal reordering.


As part of the reordering, the floor of the Cathedral has been re-laid in local sandstone, incorporating underfloor heating on a limecrete base and including a labyrinth in contrasting Holmfirth stone as a focus for worship and private contemplation.


The walls have been cleaned and repointed and a new state of the art lighting scheme installed in collaboration with Light Perceptions as part of a major overhaul of the electrical installation.


The font was repositioned to enhance its setting and form a focal point for those entering the nave.

Newly laid labyrinth and crucifix within the restored Grade I listed Wakefield Cathedral
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