Special Projects & Appeals

The Friends and Descendants make an invaluable contribution to the ongoing efforts to conserve and protect this special place of outstanding cultural significance for future generations.

Without their tremendous help over the past years, it would not have been possible for St George’s Chapel and its associated buildings to be conserved, and to the high standards needed to ensure that the work undertaken lasts for centuries.

Since they were established, many major works have been funded, wholly or partly, by the Friends. These have ranged from restoration of stained glass windows, woodwork, the organ, and Chantry and Cloister areas, to installation of heating and fire alarm systems and of disabled access.

There is an ongoing programme to renew St George’s Chapel, its’ Cloisters and medieval lodgings.

We need continued support for many years to come.

The most recent Friends’ Appeal is the restoration of the Water Pump on Denton’s Commons.  To find out more, and how to donate to this Appeal, click here Dentons Water Pump history  Please ensure that you add the reference ‘Pump’ to your cheque and to the Comments box on your on-line donation.

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