Reuters KENT, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM
Aug 02, 2019, 06.50 PM
Visitors to one British cathedral this summer won't find the usual set up inside, instead, the chairs have been pushed back in Rochester Cathedral to make space for a mini-golf course. The nave of Rochester Cathedral in Kent has been transformed into a nine-hole bridge-themed mini-golf course which is free for visitors to play on. Despite positive feedback from those enjoying the new attraction, the reaction has been mixed, with some locals taking to Twitter to voice their concerns.