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The post of Surveyor of the Fabric of Westminster Abbey was established in The role is an architectural one, with the current holder being responsible . This allows up to four members of your congregation to visit the Abbey free of charge during visiting hours. You can use passes up to six times a year. Please note: the Church Pass is only available to UK parishes and chaplaincies. Clergy may also visit the Abbey without charge during visiting hours. Entry is via the North Door. John Thomas Micklethwaite, architect and archaeologist and Surveyor of the Fabric of Westminster Abbey , is buried in the west cloister of the Abbey. His gravestone shows his coat of arms and the inscription: J. T. Micklethwaite Surveyor of the Fabric Born 3 May Died 28 Oct Oct 15, · THE Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall attended a service at Westminster Abbey today to celebrate the th anniversary of Britain’s iconic church. Today’s service, attended by more than Author: Thomas Burrows.
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Queen Elizabeth II carries an orb and scepter during her coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey, June 2, , in London. at the Abbey on March coronation at Westminster Abbey on May. Nowadays, Westminster Abbey is perhaps best known for being the venue of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s spectacular royal wedding (which was viewed by over two billion people all over the world); but Westminster Abbey has a rich history that dates back nearly 1, years. Westminster Abbey is often confused with Westminster Cathedral (pictured). Westminster Abbey is an Anglican Church. Westminster Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Church, situated about m ( yd) west of the Abbey. The Cathedral site was reclaimed by the Benedictine monks who were the builders of Westminster Abbey and used as a market. Westminster Abbey has played host to 26 royal weddings and 38 coronations. It’s the final resting place for hundreds of Great Britain's legendary figures. Outwardly, Westminster Abbey may appear an austere work of architecture, with its twin medieval gothic towers and pointed spires.