Welcome to Brecon Cathedral
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The Cathedral is at the heart of a Diocese which stretches from Beguildy in the North to the Gower Peninsula in the South, including the City of Swansea and most of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Diocese and offers a ministry of worship and welcome to all who visit. Although a building of relatively modest proportions, the Cathedral is set in a walled Close, unique in Wales. The remains of the former monastic buildings today provide the administrative centre for the Diocese as well as housing for the Cathedral clergy and a Heritage Centre and Restaurant. This remarkable collection of buildings is the finest of its kind in Wales.
Usual Opening Hours: 8.30 am - 6.30 pm
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- Cathedral Diary
- Baroque Festival Concert, Friday 24th October
- Brecon Singers Concert, Saturday 15th November
- Beethoven Symphony no. 9, Saturday 29th November