AN exhibition at Worcester Cathedral chronicling the life of England's 'lost king' has been so successful that organisers have extended it.

The exhibition, Arthur: The Lost Tudor King, has attracted over 500 people since it opened last Saturday as part of this year’s Love Worcester Festival.

Visitors are guided by an audio-tour around a gallery of images and artefacts telling them the story of the brief but eventful life of Arthur, older brother to the eventual Henry VIII.

Because of its popularity, the exhibition has now been extended until Wednesday, March 8. It is open every day between 10am and 4pm and admission is free.