Lichfield Cathedral is holding a limited number of public tours of its Library this year. One of the cathedral’s best-loved treasures, the Library houses a magnificent collection of early printed books and hand-copied manuscripts. Highlights include a 15th century copy of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, one of only three surviving hand-coloured 16th century printed copies of Christopher Saxton’s map book of Tudor England & Wales, and a manuscript set of orders signed by Charles I. To check tour dates, visit lichfield-cathedral.org

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