Wednesday, 9 May 2007
Today the scaffolders have been in, rigging a small scaffold so that some roof repairs can be made. The Cathedral lost a number of slates in the stormy winter weather, so the roof needs a bit of attention in a few places. Now that the rains have returned there's no time to waste - although the water will certainly do the flowers no harm. The plants in the small garden here were donated by the Cathedral's architect, Peter Hatfield, after work on the new entrance was completed in December 2005.