Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the South West. A stunning structure with phenomenal gothic architecture; it’s a building that can rival any in the country for sheer heritage and character. We were tasked with creating a website that should be bold and ambitious, yet reflect the Cathedral’s mission ‘to be a diverse organisation working, under God, to meet the needs of a wide variety of stakeholders’. Due to the success of our relationship, we also worked in partnership with the Cathedral to launch the Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market by creating the visual identity and helping to promote the market on all social channels.

The Challenge

Create an ambitious website that reflects Exeter Cathedral’s place as a cornerstone of the community, noting the challenges that internal stakeholders face whilst showcasing the stunning structure to potential visitors. Seamlessly integrate with the Cathedral’s event management system to display daily calendar, service schedule and events.

Website sessions in first month
Clicks For Christmas Market Campaign
Impressions Of Christmas Market Campaign

Our Response

Appreciate how the site has to work for a number of audiences and plan the user experience accordingly. Work with a photographer to create a bank of imagery that does Exeter Cathedral justice.


Web Design & Development/ Systems Integration/ Digital Marketing/ Social Media Marketing/ Photography

The Impact

A new website with improved user experience and which helps showcase the stunning building and the services on offer.

A successful digital marketing campaign was executed across Search, Display and Social which identified where potential Christmas Market visitors would be spending their time, resulting in a huge uplift in visitors.

AB spent the time getting to know how we work and this was reflected in the design and layout of the new site. The process they went through was very thorough and the project was delivered on schedule. We are extremely happy with the results!
Laurence Blyth, Marketing Manager