Mystery donor for Salisbury Cathedral
Tuesday 9th February 2010
Work to transform the cloister garden at Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire will go ahead thanks to an anonymous donation from Canada.
The cloisters were built in 1266 to show the cathedral's great wealth. Today the garden, also known as a garth, is a working churchyard.
Plans for the space include the raising and levelling of the surface and marker stones being reset in a new grass lawn.
The work begins in March and is expected to be completed by Easter.