Former Chorister Cycles for RBLI

Archie Caithness, a Sixth Form student at King’s Rochester is joining cyclists from across the UK for the RBLI Ride with a Veteran 2021. Archie, 18 and a former chorister at Rochester Cathedral, will be cycling 150 miles from Aylesford, Kent to the Cyclists Memorial in Meridian, West Midlands in July. A journey that will … Continue reading →

RIP Your Royal Highness

The Nation was privileged to join Her Majesty and members of the Royal Family to say farewell to His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He had planned his funeral immaculately and it was executed so beautifully by the team at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Cathedrals up and down the land have held … Continue reading →

Worcester hosts Three Choirs Festival 21

The Three Choirs Festival returns to Worcester this summer, from Saturday 24 July to Sunday 1 August, with an exciting programme of choral and orchestral concerts, recitals, talks, family events, cathedral services, theatre, exhibitions and more. This year’s festival, which incorporates the themes of journeying, exploration and looking to the future, will be the first … Continue reading →

Exeter Chorister Pedals for Parkinson’s

Exeter Cathedral School pupil, Jonny cycled 150 miles around Devon during his Easter holiday to raise awareness and funds for the neurological charity Parkinson’s UK. Already he raised far more than his £100 target – well done, Jonny! Jonny, who is in Year 7 at ECS and a chorister at Exeter Cathedral, got a new … Continue reading →

King’s Ely & the Boat Race!

KING’S Ely was delighted to welcome the President of Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club (CUWBC) into school just days after the crew were victorious in The Boat Race on Ely’s River Great Ouse. Did you know one of the race’s founders in 1829 went on to become Dean of Ely? Sophie Paine, who has been … Continue reading →

Worcester Cathedral & King’s School – Exciting changes!

Worcester Cathedral and The King’s School, Worcester are offering equal opportunities to boy and girl choristers from September. The change will not only see boys and girls taking an equal share in chorister workload, but also see girls join from a younger age and, like the boys, have access to scholarships at King’s Worcester. Worcester … Continue reading →

A Perfect ‘Completion’ of the day!

Cathedral Music Trust brought together professional singers from over 20 cathedrals for a virtual service of compline, which went live on Thursday 18 March at 8.30pm. It was the perfect end of a rather damp and miserable day! If you missed it you can listen on YouTube, Facebook or explore the CMT website to see … Continue reading →

Exeter Cathedral School Opens Up Virtually!

Exeter Cathedral School will be holding a Virtual Open event on the morning of Saturday 6 March 2021. The webinar-style event, held on Zoom, will be an opportunity for families to learn more about the School – known in the country for its strength in the creative arts and its family feel. Led by the … Continue reading →

Exeter CS Cooks for the Community

Exeter Cathedral School and their catering partners, Thomas Franks, are providing breakfast to neighbour and local charity, St Petrock’s. Supporting the Thomas Franks Feeding Communities initiative, which aims to help eradicate food poverty, chef Adrian Kirby and the team at ECS have volunteered to provide 100 breakfasts a week. Working in the ECS kitchens, the … Continue reading →

ARCO Diploma for King’s Ely 6th former

Congratulations to King’s Ely Sixth Form student and Ely Cathedral Organ Scholar, Miriam Reveley, who has achieved her Associateship of the Royal College of Organists (ARCO) diploma. Miriam, 17, says she is “delighted” to have been awarded the diploma, which is something very few organists achieve while still at school. Miriam, who joined King’s Ely … Continue reading →

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