Start: 1st November 2017
12:00 am
End: 30th November 2017
12:00 am
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Hereford Cathedral HR1 2NG

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Here is a list of some of the events coming up at Hereford Cathedral this November. Please check the Cathedral website for regular updates and more events.

Wednesday 1 November
Ticket application opens for Festival of Lessons and Carols (22 & 23 December 7 pm)

Admission by (free) ticket only: application forms can be downloaded from the cathedral website – www.herefordcathedral.org or collected from the cathedral. If you are not able to access the website, please contact the Cathedral Office : 01432 374212.

Thursday 2 November
All Souls Day Eucharist        5.30 pm

Fauré Requiem sung by the Cathedral Choir

If you would like to include names of departed relatives or friends in the list of those to be remembered during the Eucharist please leave their name with the Vestry at Hereford Cathedral.

T: 01432 374234 or email office@herefordcathedral.org

Saturday 11 November, 10 am – 4.30 pm
Life, Law and Landscape DAY CONFERENCE

Hereford and the Magna Carta 1217-2017

Speakers to include Dr Sophie Ambler (Lancaster University); Prof Stephen Church (University of East Anglia), Dr Felicity Hill (Cambridge University), Prof Nicholas Vincent (University of East Anglia).

College Hall Tickets £25 from the cathedral website or shop. Booking essential

Sunday 12 November
Remembrance Sunday with music from Duruflé’s Requiem        10 am

The Cathedral Eucharist will mark Remembrance Day.

Saturday 18 November, 7.30 pm
Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius

Hereford Choral Society with Hereford Sinfonia and soloists Catherine Wyn-Rogers, mezzo-soprano, Mark le Brocq, tenor and Božidar Smiljanić, bass, conducted by Geraint Bowen

Tickets £10-25 from The Courtyard www.courtyard.org.uk 01432 340555

Sunday 19 November, 3.30 pm
RoadPeace Service

 A Service of Remembrance and Hope for those affected by road crashes, their families and friends., and for the emergency services. For more information please contact the Revd Jill Talbot-Ponsonby. jill@talbot-ponsonby.org

Thursday 23 November, 7 pm
Law, Life and Landscape Lecture

The Slow Journey on Women’s Rights: from Magna Carta to President Trump

Helena Kennedy, The Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws, QC

Organised in conjunction with Amnesty International

College Hall Tickets £10 from the cathedral website or shop. Booking essential.

Sunday, 30 November 7.15 pm
The High Sheriff’s Lecture 2017

 The Rt Hon Lord Judge, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales 2008-2013, will deliver the High Sheriff’s Lecture on Thursday 30th November.

The High Sheriff, the Revd Lady Lisvane, has taken as her theme tackling loneliness, and she wishes to support the Cathedral as an inclusive church welcoming everyone. So the proceeds of this lecture will go to the Hereford Cathedral Perpetual Trust.

The event will be in Court No 1 in the Shirehall at 7.15 pm, and will be preceded by a champagne and smoked salmon reception starting at 6.30 p.m..

Lord Judge has taken as the title of his lecture: 2017: is our Constitution broken? At a time of some national uncertainty, this is a fascinating and controversial subject. There will be an opportunity for questions to Lord Judge following his lecture.

Tickets £25 from erica.manley@herefordcathedral.org or t: 01432 374259

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