St Anne's cathedral holds a special place in my heart. Following a performance of Benjamin Britten's Noyes Fludde in 1984 which I had directed, I proposed to my now wife of 34 years. What I remember with great affection is the way in which everyone was made welcome, then and now. The controversial spire, which divided opinion when it was erected, is now a part of the Belfast skyline we wold miss greatly.
I'm not a church goer but I do visit often for a walk around and there are very good and well-informed guides most days.
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