Arundel Cathedral, or to give its full name, the Cathedral Church of Our Lady and St Philip Howard, did not become a cathedral until 1965. The Howards, a local, wealthy catholic family, are given credit for its realisation. It is now the seat of the Bishop of Arundel and Brighton.
Built in French Gothic style and cased with Bath stone, the cathedral boasts a stunning rose window decorated with stained glass, underneath which sits Christ and his twelve apostles with Mary and child, all magnificently carved. This light, open space, has a wonderful feel to it and a heavenly choir.