The Society of Friends of St George’s and Descendants of the Knights of the Garter was established as two separate societies, one of the Friends and one of the Descendants, in 1930 and 1928 respectively. The Society of Friends published its first Annual Report in 1931. In 1933 the two societies joined their efforts together in commitment to supporting St George’s Chapel and maintaining its historic buildings. The reports published yearly therefore provide almost a century of history of the events at St George’s Chapel. Many also contain scholarly articles about the earlier history of the Chapel.

Thanks to a generous grant by the Society of Friends of St George’s and Descendants of the Knights of the Garter, these reports were digitised in 2017 and are now available as a resource to be downloaded and read here.

To find out more about their work or to join the Friends and Descendants in supporting St George’s Chapel, please see their web pages.

1931 Annual Report

1933 Annual Report

1934 Annual Report

1935 Annual Report (part 1)

1935 Annual Report (part 2)

1936 Annual Report

1937 Annual Report

1938 Annual Report

1940 Annual Report

1941 Annual Report

1942 Annual Report

1943 Annual Report

1944 Annual Report

1945 Annual Report

1946 Annual Report

1947 Annual Report

1948 Annual Report

1949 Annual Report

1950 Annual Report

1951 Annual Report

1952 Annual Report

1953 Annual Report

1954 Annual Report

1955 Annual Report

1956 Annual Report

1957 Annual Report

1958 Annual Report

1959 Annual Report

1960 Annual Report

1961 Annual Report

1962 Annual Report

1963 Annual Report

1964 Annual Report

1965 Annual Report

1966 Annual Report

1967 Annual Report

1968 Annual Report

1969 Annual Report

1970 Annual Report

1971 Annual Report

1972 Annual Report

1973 Annual Report

1974 Annual Report

1975 Annual Report

1976 Annual Report

1977 Annual Report

1978 Annual Report

1979 Annual Report

The Queen's Free Chapel. The Chapel of the Most Honourable and Noble Order of the Garter. The Chapel of the College of St George.