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This work tells the story of the York Minster from its position at the heart of the ancient city of York. The book is also a portrait of the Minster community, its day-to-day life, the people who make it work, and the skills of the craft workshops that maintain its fabric for future generations.
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The Very Rev. Keith Jones (Dean of York), Louise Hampson, Dr Richard ShephardReview:
"There are many fine books about the architectural beauties of the Minster, but this is the first to celebrate the people who have made the Minster what it was and is, and the people who to our own day care for it, serve its mission and devote their time and skill to it. Here, too, we gather the recollections and the thoughts of people who in the living past have been part of the human fabric of the Minster." The Very Rev. Keith Jones, Dean of York.
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