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Change on way for cathedral

MICHAEL FIELD
Last updated 13:48 06/06/2014
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Jason Oxenham/FAIRFAX NZ

CATHEDRAL PLANS: Rev Jo Kelly-Moore(left) and Avril Sotter standing outside the Holy Trinity Cathedral.

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Auckland's Anglican Cathedral is about to close down for three months of major construction.

Last services will be held on Sunday before the Holy Trinity Cathedral, which gets 100,000 visitors a year, closes for its $13 million make-over. 

"There is significant change on the way that will enable us to host a wider range of events; to be a home for worship as well as civic and community occasions, drama and culture, and the arts," says Dean Jo Kelly-Moore.

The project includes removal of the internal bridge in the cathedral allowing for the replacement of the aging pipe organ.

Auckland City ratepayers have contributed $3 million to the project.

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