Co-operation and conflict between Britain and Europe as reflected in Winchester Cathedral During this tour we will review how England and Britainâ€™s fluctuating relationships with Europe during the last 1000 years has brought benefits to art and architecture in Winchester Cathedral and is reflected in the lives of Saints, Bishops, Royalty and citizens connected with the Cathedral. Conflicts such as the 100 yearsâ€™ War, the Hard Brexit of the Reformation, and wars in the 19th and 20th centuries have all left their mark on the Cathedral. Closer ties with Europe and the rest of the world have brought happier relationships in modern times, but for how long?
After the tour enjoy a coffee or hot drink with a homemade cake in the Refectory and discuss and ask questions about what you have seen and experienced in the Cathedral.
Tickets: ÂŁ15.00Â (plus ÂŁ1 per ticket booking fee, capped at ÂŁ5) Includes tea or coffee and cake to be taken in the Cathedral Refectory after the tour, available online or by phone on 01962 857 275. Tour last approx 1 hour. Tours must be booked in advance and have limited spaces available.