A beautiful arrangement of Easter Lilies is honouring the lives of much missed loved ones at Bradford Cathedral. 

Blossoming in the cathedral's Sanctuary, the sight of Easter Lilies has become an annual tradition in the historic building. 

Members of our congregation and wider public can remember someone special by sponsoring a lily in the run up to Easter.

People can read a list of all those remembered next to the arrangement.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Easter Lilies hold a special place for those who follow the bible. 

The white lily symbolises purity, rebirth, new beginnings and hope. It is most often associated with the resurrection of Jesus Christ as observed on Easter.

In Pagan traditions, the Easter lily is also associated with motherhood.

A spokesperson for Bradford Cathedral said: "We have in the Sanctuary the beautiful arrangement of Easter Lilies which have been given in memory of special people we have loved.

"A list of all those remembered is next to the arrangement.

"Huge thanks must go to our volunteer flower team Ann, Pat, Sally and Shirley for creating such wonderful arrangements not only at Easter but throughout the year."