Turrets and doorways at Rochester Cathedral, Kent

We are proud to be currently working at Rochester Cathedral, England’s second oldest cathedral. The project includes the careful dismantling and rebuilding of the S turrets in new Bath stone, to their original dimensions. We are also opening up an historic doorway leading into the Indulgence room.

Rochester Cathedral, Kent

The Cathedral boasts stunning architecture from a range of periods including the Norman nave and crypt, 14th century Gothic Chapter Library door and one of the finest Romanesque facades in England. This inspirational place has been home to a place of worship since 604AD and is one of Kent’s most popular visitor attractions.

Posted by Carol Farrell on 25th Jul, 2017