Friends of Southwell Cathedral
The Friends were formed in 1947 to provide funds to:
- Preserve the Cathedral
- Maintain daily worship of God
- Conserve and enhance the furnishings and adornments
A message from the Dean of Southwell
As the mother church of Nottinghamshire, the Minster is both a lively centre of Christian worship for the diocese, and the parish Church of the smallest Cathedral town in England. It has stood here for nearly a thousand years and is part of our spiritual and national heritage.
In addition to regular worshippers, concert audiences, school parties and guests at civic occasions, many thousands of visitors from the four corners of the world come to experience the tranquillity and the architectural splendour of the Minster.
Many wish to offer some regular contribution to the ongoing and ever rising cost of maintenance. The Friends exist for just that purpose. Members of the Friends live in locations as far apart as Africa and the United States, in addition to every corner of Great Britain. They are people who wish to maintain a connection with the Minster in some tangible and helpful way.
For further information please view issues of our Pepperpots Newsletter below or contact the office on 01636 819281 or email: email@example.com (do leave a voicemail message and we'll return your call)
Pepperpots: The Newsletter of the Friends of Southwell Cathedral
Autumn 2020Pepperpots, Autumn 2020-min
Spring 2020Pepperpots Spring 2020
View and download back issues of the Pepperpots newsletter
- No 45: Spring 2017
- No 44: Autumn 2016
- No 43: Spring 2016
- No 42: Autumn 2015
- No 41: Spring 2015
- No 40: Autumn 2014
- No 38: Autumn 2013
- No 37: Spring 2013