The Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla
We will be celebrating the Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla in May, by live-streaming the Coronation service on its big screen; hosting a Civic Service of thanksgiving; and organising a litter pick on the streets around the Cathedral.
“We have been honoured to be host significant ‘Royal’ moments over the last 12 months. This is another opportunity to gather with friends, family and the wider community. To celebrate, to give thanks and offer something back to the area.
“Everyone is invited to join us for any or all of the events that mark the Coronation of King Charles III. You will be sure of a warm and generous Bradford welcome.”
Saturday: The Coronation Live-stream
On Saturday 6th May the Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla will be live-streamed on our big screen, with the opportunity to participate in an act of worship.
Self-service refreshments will also be available.
Broadcast times will be announced soon. Coverage of the coronation will be shown on the big screen in the Cathedral until after the appearance of the King, Queen, and Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. A short act of worship will be held in the cathedral, preceding the 11am Coronation service.
Sunday: Ring for the King
We will be participating in the ‘Ring for the King’ where a quarter peal of the Cathedral’s bells will be rung ahead of the Sunday Civic Service.
Sunday: A Civic Service of Thanksgiving for the King’s Coronation
At 3pm there will be ‘A Civic Service of Thanksgiving for the King’s Coronation’ featuring the Bishop of Bradford – the Rt Revd Toby Howarth; the Cathedral Choir; and representatives of the County, City and District. All are welcome.
Monday: The Big Help Out
On Monday there will be ‘The Big Help Out’, which will include a litter pick of the streets around the Cathedral, in conjunction with ‘Don’t Mess with Bradford’.
People are invited to gather at 10am in the Cathedral grounds, and equipment and guidance will be provided, and the session will conclude at 12:30pm with a shared lunch; those taking part are invited to bring their own packed-lunch.
Please note: the above link will only work on desktop computers. For mobile users either download The Big Help Out app, or view the page as a ‘desktop site’ for the sign-up button to appear.
• take some time out for you, over a brew
• chat with others who help to look after someone
• enjoy some fun craft activities and music
• share a light lunch to celebrate the King’s Coronation.
• guided tour of the Cathedral