Today at the Cathedral
|9:30am||Morning Prayer and Holy Communion in the Chapel of St Werburgh|
|4:15pm||Said Evening Prayer in the Lady Chapel|
It is important to note that the flying displays are weather dependent and may be cancelled at short notice due to adverse weather conditions. Please contact the centre on the day of your visit if you require further information.
April to October | 10am – 5pm
November to March | 10am – 4pm
The centre and the gardens have paved pathways which are easy for wheelchairs to navigate.
The nearest Blue Badge Parking is located on St. Werbugh Street.
There are two disabled toilets with large cubicles on site.
If you are planning a visit to the centre and have specific access needs – please contact us. Our team will be more than happy to provide information and make special arrangements.
The centre is managed by the cathedral falconry manager, Tommy McNally. He is supported by an expert falconry team. Tommy, a passionate falconer and conservation expert, has more than 30 years of experience in falconry.
Under Tommy’s leadership, the centre has a strong focus on conservation and education and the birds serve as ambassadors for wild birds regarding conservation and biodiversity.