You may recall that there was to be a TLM in York as part of a celebration of St. Margaret Clitherow. Photos are available.
Apparently the Anglican Dean of the Cathedral of York, and Chapter, were very accommodating.
The music for the Mass was William Byrd’s Mass for Five Voices.
The LMS reports:
Following the Mass, there was a procession from York Minster through the city streets to St Margaret Clitherow’s shrine in the Shambles, and then across Ouse Bridge, the place of her execution. The sight of so many Catholic pilgrims publicly processing and praying the Rosary drew the notice of Saturday afternoon shoppers, and a respectful silence fell as the procession passed.