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  1. Welfare reforms are not working Updated Welfare reforms are not working Updated 6th Apr 2014 - The Bishop of Leicester, Tim Stevens, has warned that Welfare Reforms are not achieving many of the things they were intended to. Continue Reading
  2. Think Hunger launches on Ash Wednesday Think Hunger launches on Ash Wednesday 3rd Mar 2014 - Come and Join us as Bishop Tim launches Think Hunger on Ash Wednesday at 2pm in the Cathedral and you can also follow our Lent blog Continue Reading
  3. Bishops’ Joint Statement from Trichy Bishops’ Joint Statement from Trichy 10th Feb 2014 - Between February 3rd and 8th, the Bishops of Kiteto, Leicester, Mount Kilimanjaro, Trichy and Wyoming met in Trichy, South India to hold conversations looking at the existing links between members of this group and discuss the possibility of developing such links further. Continue Reading
  4. Richard III update from the Bishop Richard III update from the Bishop 1st Dec 2013 - am pleased to be able to report that I have today met with the City Mayor and the Vice Chancellor of Leicester University together with the Dean of Leicester. Continue Reading
  5. Revd Graham Johnson Revd Graham Johnson 11th Oct 2013 - Bishop Tim is very sorry to announce the death of the Revd Graham Johnson of Market Harborough. Continue Reading
  6. Cathedral marks Battle Anniversary Cathedral marks Battle Anniversary 22nd Aug 2013 - Today, Leicester Cathedral marked the 528th anniversary of the Battle of Bosworth with a memorial service and an afternoon of events in Cathedral precinct. Continue Reading
  7. Book of Congratulations for Duke and Duchess Book of Congratulations for Duke and Duchess 25th Jul 2013 - As the nation greets the new prince, Leicester Cathedral is providing a book of congratulations which people visiting the Cathedral are invited to sign and add a personal message of welcome. Continue Reading
  8. King Richard lll will get a raised tomb King Richard lll will get a raised tomb 21st Jul 2013 - The remains of Richard III will be buried with honour beneath a raised tomb within a specially created area in the Cathedral, it has been announced. Leicester Cathedral is planning to spend around £1 million on the reinterment, which includes alterations to the building, preparations for the event and the ceremony itself. Continue Reading
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