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St Paul's Cathedral Disabled Access Day

KCruickshanks Member Posts: 2 Listener

On Saturday 21st March 2020 St Paul’s Cathedral is hosting Disabled Access Day for disabled people and their families and friends. 

Tours and activities will start from 10am, and will run throughout the day until 4pm.  The Cathedral will be open from 8.30am for those who would appreciate a quieter, less busy time.  Entry is free for disabled people and their family and companions, and there is no need to book in advance.  Assistance dogs are most welcome.

There will be a range of activities throughout the day.  These will include talks, guided tours led by Cathedral guides including touch tours and BSL signed tours, workshops, craft activities, discovery tables with objects to handle, music and singing, and a talk on the Cathedral floor about the vestments worn by clergy which will be on display.  A full schedule of events and timings will shortly be advertised on our website

We would be delighted to see you on the day and would be grateful if you can help us spread the word!



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