Called by the architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner as “the most typical English Cathedral,” Chichester Cathedral was founded in 1075 and is a superb example of both the Norman and the Gothic architectural styles.
The structure has two features unique among England’s medieval cathedrals: a free-standing medieval bell tower and double aisles.
DBR Southern carried out extensive stone replacement and repointing to the tower over the Chapel of St Michael.
Extensive roof repairs were undertaken by DBR Leadwork. Click here to learn more.
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