Information relating to Coronavirus.
Derby Cathedral is open to the public, Wednesday to Saturday, from 11.00 am - 3.00 pm and on Sundays for services.
Arrangements are in place to ensure that people are safe and have the space they need. A full covid secure risk assessment has been completed. Visitor temperatures will be taken upon arrival and they will be asked to use the hand-cleaning gel stations. Visitors are encouraged to use the NHS Test and Trace app, however, if they have not downloaded the app, a manual form will be completed.
Inside the Cathedral a one-way system is in operation, making it possible to come in, light a candle, and spend some time in the peace of the Cathedral. In order to help cleaning staff, seating has been kept to a minimum. The popular Cavendish Area where the monument to Bess of Hardwick and the plaque to Joseph Wright is once again open to visitors.
Unfortunately the Tudor Tower remains closed and guided tours are being kept to a minimum. Please see the Cathedral website for details of any bookable tours