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St Cuthbert Lecture 2020 – NOW CANCELLED

The St Cuthbert’s Lecture this year is being given by the The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC PC. Until December 2019, he was the MP for Beaconsfield and was Her Majesty’s Attorney General from 2010-2014. The title is “This Sceptred Isle” Is it a Political Fantasy? and no doubt will be a most engaging lecture from a very distinguished […]


The Lent course this year will be based on the book ‘The Long Road to Heaven’ by the Reverend Tim Heaton. The book is based on thefilm ‘The Way’ starring Martin Sheen who, after the death of his son, joins a group of pilgrims walking the Way of St James toSantiago de Compostela, the Camino. […]

Building the Common Good in Yorkshire

A day at the beginning of Lent to reflect together on the role of the churches in building the Common Good in Yorkshire and to forge new connections and actions to benefit our communities Further information and tickets here:

February 2020 Magazine

The February 2020 edition of the magazine is now online, and can be found here. As well as containing the Rector’s article on drone warfare published in the Spectator magazine, there are details of the Planned Giving Scheme that we will be introducing, and advance notice of the Lent Course. Perhaps appropriately as Lent approaches, […]

Bolton Priory to celebrate World ‘Make Music Day’

‘Make Music Day‘ is a grassroots celebration where communities, musicians, venues and promoters collaborate to put on free music events in their local area. Started in France in 1982 as Fête de la Musique, Make Music Day now takes place in 125 countries on the summer solstice. On 21 June every year thousands of events […]

Live Nativity 2019

Now becoming a regular feature of the Priory’s Advent and Christmas is the Live Nativity, where the Christmas story is narrated within the the Priory’s precincts and building. The young actors this year were pupils of the nearby Boyle and Petyt School, and they were joined by local cattle, sheep, goats and of course donkey. […]