The Queen lunches at St Martins House
Posted on 13th April 2017 at 15:00
On Maundy Thursday Her Majesty The Queen came to Leicester Cathedral to complete her Maundy Visits to English Anglican Cathedrals. The Royal Maundy Service is a tradition from Medieval times, when the Sovereign washes feet and gives alms to the poor. This is a service of the Chapel Royal, and Leicester Cathedral was hosting the event which was led by the Lord High Almoner with music that included singing from the Chapel Royal Choir.