Author Profile: James Clark
James Clark is a London-based journalist and digital media type. He founded Cathedral City Guide in 2010 with his partner Sarah Corns, and has visited 14 of the UK's cathedral cities to date.
Bristol-based artist Lisa draws buildings and structures not on paper as you might expect, but using drum light shades as her canvas.
If you haven’t bought your Advent calendar yet there’s time to order one from Winchester Cathedral’s online shop.
Reading Gloucester Through Time was in two ways a trip back in time for me, back two decades in my personal history and a hundred years or more in the history of the city.
Yesterday the Mail Online ran an interesting article in its money section looking at “four of the best” cathedral cities for potential homebuyers.
For a long time we only used Instagram for its filters, but this week we have finally got round to filling out our profile and captioning our images.
Halloween is on the horizon, so what could be more spine-tinglingly spooky than taking a guided ghost walk through a historic cathedral city?
In the space of a day we encountered a monument to and a beer named after Edith Cavell – but who was she, and how is she connected to Norwich?
Architecture of Canterbury Cathedral will reward any reader with an interest in cathedral architecture, church history, or British history in general.
This Monday is the summer bank holiday – and here is our pick of events taking place in the UK’s cathedral cities over the three-day weekend.
Back in May we visited Exeter, the most south-westerly cathedral city covered on this site. Here we share with you a few of the photos from our trip.