The human “ancient treasure” at London’s St Paul’s Cathedral
by Gavin Drake
Source: Anglican Communion News Service
There has been a church on the site of St Paul’s Cathedral in London since AD 604; but the current famous domed building is just over 300 years old. And the cathedral’s oldest member of staff has been alive for a third of that time. Maurice Sills has worked in the cathedral’s school, educational visits department, and library; but is listed in the staff directory simply as “Cathedral Treasure”.