The clergy at a cathedral has been accused of being unprofessional and “poisoning the medicine” a church offers by installing a fairground ride.
A full-size helter skelter has been put in the nave of Norwich Cathedral to give people a different view of the inside of the building.
The Right Reverend Dr Gavin Ashenden, former chaplain to the Queen, said the cathedral had made a “mistake”.
The cathedral said it was a creative way to share the story of the Bible.
It took four people two days to build the 55ft (16.7m) fairground ride in the Norman cathedral.
The cathedral said it allowed people to stand close to its medieval roof, believed to be the largest display of its kind in the world.
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