([London] Times) In Durham, Holy order bans cathedral perks for volunteers

Posted by Kendall Harmon

To the stewards who volunteer at Durham Cathedral, it is more than just a storm in a teacup.

First they were denied the scones they got as a perk in return for unpaid work. Now they have been told that if they want a free cup of tea or coffee, they must take it into another room — described by one of them as “smelly” — away from the cathedral’s restaurant.

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