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Signage in the pipeline for Grade I cathedral

16th November 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

Health and safety signage is part of a three-tier plan to improve Sheffield Cathedral, it has been reported.

According to the Yorkshire Post, members of the public have been invited to take part in a consultation to learn about the Gateway Project.

The initiative, totalling more than £1 million, will be split into three parts.

The Place For All People Project has benefitted from £31,900 in Lottery funding to develop plans for an award of £980,000. Its focus will be the building's main entrance, with improvements to health and safety signage, lighting, and displays.

Secondly, the Centenary Project will level the cathedral's floor and improve heating, flooring and seating.

And the Organ Project will acquire a French pipe organ.

"The Dean of Sheffield, the Very Rev Peter Bradley, the Canon Precentor, Canon Simon Cowling, and the cathedral architect, Clive England, will be available to speak with members of the public about the opportunities the Gateway Project will create and to look at and discuss the plans which will also be on display," a spokesperson for the cathedral told the newspaper.

Sheffield's oldest building, the cathedral is one of five Grade I listed buildings in the city.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800237678-ADNFCR


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