BRADFORD Cathedral will host the next stage of an ambitious exhibition by the late Magnum photographer Peter Marlow next month.

The English Cathedral exhibition will run from September 6 to October 3, encouraging visitors to take their own photographs of Bradford Cathedral as the series continues to exhibit across England.

The English Cathedral documents all 42 of England’s Anglican cathedrals captured by Marlow, who died in 2016.

Using Fujifilm instax cameras that have been supplied for use during the exhibition, visitors will be able to take and share their own photos.

These instant photographs will create an interactive, ever-changing display which will be shared in the exhibition and on the social media channels and websites of Magnum Photos, Bradford Cathedral and the Peter Marlow Foundation.

The Very Revd Andy Bowerman, Dean of Bradford, said: “Marlow said that, to be alone in the cathedrals taking photographs in those early mornings – when each one gradually came to life - was a deeply spiritual experience.

"We pray that, although visitors to Bradford Cathedral are viewing the exhibition later in the day, in a different environment, that they will feel something of this spiritual depth too.

“It is a simple, yet profound concept, and we are excited to be hosting it."