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updated on 06/07/2020

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Name:

St Philips Cathedral

Business type:

Restaurant/Cafe/Canteen

Local authority:

Birmingham

Date of inspection:

01 March 2017

Risk score:

Hygienic handling of food is considered to be good

Cleanliness, condition of facilities and building are rated good

Management of food safety is also considered to be satisfactory

Last update from FSA 21 April 2020

Opening Times

Hours may differ
MondayMo
07:30 – 18:30
TuesdayTu
07:30 – 18:30
WednesdayWe
07:30 – 18:30
ThursdayTh
07:30 – 18:30
FridayFr
07:30 – 18:30
SaturdaySa
08:30 – 17:00
SundaySu
08:30 – 17:00
Closed.
Opens in  3 h 22 min.
3 h 22 min

Description

The church that became a cathedral . For the town that became a city Built in 1715 as the new parish church "on the hill", St Philip's is a rare and fine example of elegant English Baroque architecture. It is Grade 1 listed and one of the oldest buildings in the city still used for its original purpose. Fascinating both inside and out, the cathedral is home to some remarkable treasures (not least the inspiring stained-glass windows designed by Edward Burne-Jones) and amazing stories, all set amongst the daily rhythm of people criss-crossing this unique part of the city. 2015 is an opportunity to uncover and highlight significant aspects of cathedral life over the past 300 years.
We will be sharing this heritage through an exciting programme of exhibitions, tours, talks, guided walks and new publications. There will be family events, trails, schools workshops, study days and partnerships with cultural organisations, universities and businesses in the city. A specially commissioned film will consider the cathedral's role within our vibrant, diverse city today. We invite you to get involved in the celebrations and discover the wealth of heritage connected with the cathedral as well as its strong links to the history and development of Birmingham.
Share your thoughts and memories, explore more of the building's past through archive research at the Library of Birmingham or help provide a warm and informed welcome. 2015 is an ideal opportunity to come and see an artistic masterpiece, witness architectural brilliance, meet compelling people or, quite simply, share a timeless peace that this place has been offering visitors and worshippers for 300 years.


Keywords:
Church, Landmark & Historical Place, Tourist Attractions, Cemetery, Parks, Anglican Church, Religious Center, Historic Buildings, Historical Places, Cathedral, Historical Buildings, Places of Worship, Religious Organisations, Cafe, Canteen, Restaurants, Worship, Religion, Faith, God, Prayer, Praying, Historic Building Consultants
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BIRMINGHAM CATHEDRAL

, more than 2 years ago

I personally love the atmosphere in the cathedral. Although I am not a believer, however, the cathedral is a place where I can come to rest and collect power.

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Birmingham Cathedral

4.48 from 5

Good

1893 Reviews

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