Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral was one of the most important centres of pilgrimage in medieval England. There has been a cathedral at Canterbury since 597 when St. Augustine baptised the Saxon king Ethelbert.

The Cathedral is very much part of the local community today is used regularly for local, regional and/or national services and events.

"The decision to choose the Howe 40/4 chair came after a long consultation period. For comfort and the look of the chair in the building the Howe 40/4 won the day.

The 40/4 chair is useful for moving, stacking and removing and a lot of events require the Cathedral to be empty of chairs."

Chris Crooks - Vesturer