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Individual copyright works included in this Site are either © The Dean and Chapter of Winchester 2004 – 2011 or licensed from third party copyright owners as follows:
Photography within Galleries: © John Crook 1995 – 2011 and © John Low 2004 – 2011 per photo captions.
Short introductory film: © The Dean and Chapter of Winchester & Constellation Media www.constellation-media.com 2011.
Recordings: © & ℗ Herald AV www.heraldav.co.uk 1995 – 2007, © & ℗ Regent Records www.regent-records.co.uk 2011
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We would like to thank the many Cathedral staff and volunteers that have contributed to creating this Site. Our thanks also to:
Bo Priestley, Communications Consultant, for project management and content development.
Bo Priestley is a freelance writer, editor and communications consultant with 18 years’ experience of helping not-for-profit organisations engage and communicate effectively with their external audiences. She has worked on a wide range of print and online publishing projects for charities, and professional and public sector bodies.
LinkedIn profile: www.linkedin.com
Mark Arn, James Verity and Steve Pocklington from Superfantastic, for website design and build.
Superfantastic is a London-based creative agency specialising in brand, design and digital solutions. Inspired by art and popular culture, this creative team are passionate about communicating what makes a brand special.
John Crook, Architectural Historian, Buildings Archaeologist & Photographer, for his historical expertise and use of photographs.
John Crook is an architectural historian, buildings archaeologist and photographer who has published books and articles on a wide range of subjects, and for many years has been investigating the Cathedral and its Close. He has lived in Winchester since 1975 was a tenor lay clerk in the Cathedral Choir, and formerly taught at Pilgrims’ School, where Winchester Cathedral’s Choristers are educated.
Joe Low, Photographer, for use of photographs.
Joe Low is a freelance photographer with a particular strength in architectural images whose work has been widely published and exhibited for many years. Joe undertakes commissions as well as running his own gallery in Winchester.
Jim Pascoe, Photographer, use of photographs of the Cathedral Choir.
Jim Pascoe is a professional wedding and family portrait photographer based in the New Forest in Hampshire on the South Coast of England.
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