On the death of King Henry VIII the Dean and Canons of Windsor received a grant of lands worth £600 a year. Negotiations for this gift had begun more than thirty years before and the Dean of Windsor wrote to inform his colleagues of what was planned. More »
The catalogues to the Archives are currently undergoing in-house conversion onto a computerised database (CALM).
The property section is now available on-line; please click here to open our on-line catalogue.
The Chapter Library, containing over 6,000 rare books, has always been an integral part of the life of St George's. Its treasures, which date from the 12th century, include one of the first books to be printed in England.
Adopt-a-book helps us to preserve this valuable resource. All those interested are invited to adopt a book by making a donation of Â£25 or more. More »
The coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in June 1953 involved a lot of preparation for St Georgeâ€™s Chapel, despite the fact that it would take place in Westminster Abbey. The lay clerks and choristers were to form part of a nearly 400-strong choir from all corners of the Kingdom. More »