Note: This is an archive of the old unofficial website of 2001. These pages are for historical interest only - please visit the official website for up to date information. Some corrections have been noted and are in maroon.
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Looking East down the nave

Looking East down the nave
Welcome to the unofficial website of Guildford Cathedral Choir, one of Britain’s youngest but best known cathedral choirs. This is not technically a boys choir but an all-male choir within the Anglican cathedral tradition, consisting of boy trebles and adult male voices.
Note: Currently the choir has 22 girls as well as the 22 boys and the men.
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Guildford Cathedral
Stag Hill
Guildford
GU2 5UP
Surrey
England
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Welcome page
Note: This is an archive of the old unofficial website of 2001. These pages are for historical interest only - please visit the official website for up to date information. Some corrections have been noted and are in maroon.
Note: This is an archive of the old unofficial website of 2001. These pages are for historical interest only - please visit the official website for up to date information. Some corrections have been noted and are in maroon.