Talk:Beverley Minster

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Tim Brown?[edit]

There is no such "notable chorister" Tim Brown. That is self-promotion on his part, probably. There are far more deserving people who are not mentioned, like the choir master Alan Spedding.

Architecture Type[edit]

Following comment by User:130.88.48.18 moved from article page -

it is early english to decorated to perpendicular architecture not 'gothic to perpendicular' gothic is a bit of an umbrella term.

When the article grows we can add this[edit]

Remains of one of four medieval stone boundary markers for the sanctuary of Saint John of Beverley in the East Riding of Yorkshire

-- SECisek 07:56, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

just a suggestion for more info. The organists are listed but not the vicars - surely of greater interest. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Tony Hirschfeld (talkcontribs) 14:02, 24 March 2013 (UTC)