How you can support us
Make a Donation
Your donation and support makes a difference.
With no government funding we are increasingly dependent on the generosity of our supporters and those who visit us. Every donation we receive large or small will go towards the most pressing work at the moment, that could be stopping leaks, clearing guttering, delivering outreach and education, supporting choristers or conserving the Chapter House.
Southwell Minster is a registered charity. You can donate online with JustGiving.
Every donation we receive makes a difference and ensures we remain free to enter and available for future generations. Whether it’s a one off donation or if you give regularly the Dean and Chapter thank you for your support.
Make your donation go even further.
If you are a UK tax payer you can increase your donation at no cost by completing the this gift aid declaration form and sending it to the Minster Centre, Church Street, Southwell, Nottingham, NG25 0HD.
Leave a Legacy
Every gift in a will we receive helps to secure the future of the Minster for the next generation.
Southwell Minster is a resource available to everyone, and we are committed to offering free access to all. Our aim is to ensure that this special place remains in the best possible condition for future generations, and continues to benefit all people in ways that are relevant to their needs. We simply couldn’t achieve this without the gifts made by generous people.
We receive no government funding, and rely on donations and legacy gifts to continue our work. Every legacy we receive, however large or small makes a valuable contribution to all that we do.
To find out more about leaving a gift in your will please contact Charlie Leggatt email@example.com who would be happy to answer any questions that you might have. All queries will be treated in the strictest confidence, and with no obligation.
Join the Friends of Southwell Minster
The Friends were formed in 1947 to provide funds to preserve the Cathedral, maintain daily worship of God and to conserve and enhance the furnishings and adornments. Members of the Friends arrange an annual festival, visits, outings and events and publish ‘Pepperpots’, a bi-annual journal.