KING Charles III’s coronation will be shown at Bradford Cathedral.

The King’s coronation on Saturday, May 6 will be live-streamed on the Cathedral’s big screen, while there will also be a special service and a litter pick on the streets around the Cathedral.

There will also be a chance to participate in an act of worship. Self-service refreshments will also be available.

Broadcast times will be announced soon, and coverage at the cathedral will continue until after the appearance of the King, Queen Consort and Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.


On Sunday, May 7 at 10.30am Eucharist will make reference to the historic occasion, and there will be ‘A Civic Service of Thanksgiving for the King's Coronation’ at 3pm. All are welcome at these services.

The Cathedral will also be participating in the ‘Ring for the King’ where a quarter peel of the Cathedral’s bells will be rung ahead of the Sunday Civic Service.

On Monday, May 8, there will be ‘The Big Help Out’, which will include a litter pick of the streets around the Cathedral, in conjunction with ‘Don’t Mess with Bradford’.

People are invited to gather at 10am in the Cathedral grounds. Equipment and guidance will be provided and the session will conclude at 12.30pm.