Tree of Remembrance

3 December 2021 until 2 January 2022
Christmas at Norwich Cathedral
Remember a loved one on our Tree of Remembrance outside the Hostry this festive season.

The tree stands next to the outdoor crib and is decorated with stars dedicated to lost loved ones.

Stars are available from the Hostry. Alternatively, if you would like a member of the Cathedral team to write a name on the star and place it on the tree for you, please email prayers@cathedral.org.uk

Donations will go to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.

The tree and outdoor crib will be on display from Friday 3 December 2021 until Sunday 2 January 2022.

Grief Awareness Week takes place from 2 until 8 December.

With the right help or support, you can move forward with your grief, but this may take time. If you would like to access further information, help and support following the death of someone close to you, visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/grief 

Christmas at Norwich Cathedral
Pictures: Bill Smith

Staying Safe – Hands, Face, Space

Please note that, in line with Government guidelines on Covid-19, from Friday 10 December it will be mandatory for everyone to wear a facemask in the Cathedral unless they are exempt.

Hand sanitiser continues to be available for visitors to use at the Cathedral’s entrances and throughout the building. We encourage people to maintain a safe distance from others when moving around the Cathedral in order to keep everyone as safe as possible.

Visit Britain and Visit England have awarded Norwich Cathedral with the We’re Good To Go industry standard and consumer mark to reassure visitors that the Cathedral adheres to Government and public health guidance with regard to Covid-19.

Please be aware that the information above may be revised if Government guidelines change with regard to the Coronavirus pandemic.