Set up to envelop the outside of Liverpool Cathedral, the People’s Path tells the story of those who’ve helped maintain and support one of the city’s most iconic buildings and your brick will continue this tradition.
**IMPORTANT NOTICE** Due to coronavirus (COVID-19) we are unable to give you a definite date for brick laying or future services. We are still able to take orders and are in contact with all outstanding People's Path orders.
When you buy a personalised brick in the People’s Path you become part of the Cathedral’s fabric and history.
Engraved in gold lettering, your personalised message inscribed on your brick can:
- celebrate a special occasion or date – weddings, christenings, graduations, birthdays
- remember a loved one.
Choose from three locations surrounding the outside of Liverpool Cathedral.*.
- West Gate near Cathedral Main Entrance - £225
- Sir Giles Gilbert Scott Suite - £175
- Lady Chapel - £125
Your personalised message will be two lines and can be up to 16 characters long.*
To order your brick please email: firstname.lastname@example.org after filling out the order form.
Once you have submitted your order and payment, you'll get an inscription confirmation email from one of the Cathedral Team. When you get this email you'll need to check your inscription is correct. You’ll have 14 days to get in touch with us if you need to make any changes.*
If your inscription is correct or you haven't contacted us, then two weeks later we will send your People's Path Certificate. You'll also receive details of the date your brick will be laid in the People's Path.
Normally, bricks will be laid three times a year and you'll be invited to a People’s Path Dedication Service.
* Terms and conditions apply. You can find the full terms and conditions when you click on this link.
Money raised from the People's Path helps to keep the Cathedral free to visitors, supports the Cathedral’s development and work in the community.
We are delighted to inform you that the People's Path Service will be back on Sunday 13th March. Join us for an uplifting service to celebrate the story of those who’ve helped maintain and support one of the city’s most iconic buildings. Further details are to be released.