|4:45pm||Organ Recital: Anthony Gritten, UK|
Donate to St Paul's
We are increasingly reliant on the generosity of our supporters to be able to deliver our vital education and outreach work, to support Choristers and to conserve one of our nation's most striking monuments.
Whether it's a fragile piece of mosaic in need of repair, part of the high altar bombed in WW2 or stones from the pre-fire Old St Paul's, the Cathedral houses items and artefacts from across the centuries in need of time and effort in their restoration and repair.
Preserving these treasures, and where possible making them available for all to see, is a fundamental part of the work of the Cathedral's Collections department, but in truth, items in need of repair come into our dedicated restoration rooms at a much faster rate than they can be seen to.
A small full-time team and numerous dedicated volunteers need continued support to make sure we can protect these priceless items for years to come and keep using them to help tell the story of the history of St Paul's.
Your donation towards conservation could help towards the preservation of the great murals in the dome, repairs to Wren's Great Model or the upkeep of many of the vessels and vestments still used in our services today.