Support us

To keep Chester Cathedral running costs over £1,000,000 a year.

The Cathedral receives no regular funding from the government or diocese. We raise funds through our own endeavours and the generosity and support of our visitors and congregation.

Your donations will directly contribute towards the enormous costs of maintaining the fabric of the building and ever-increasing energy bills as well as helping the Cathedral play a key role for the Christian community in Chester and Cheshire.The Cathedral is a place of gathering, enabling large groups to celebrate, to commemorate and to worship together, for charities to promote their causes, for children to learn, a centre of musical excellenceand a site of extraordinary historical significance; please do help to keep the history and ministry alive.

To make your donation go further, if you are a UK tax payer, you can Gift Aid it. What is Gift Aid?

donate to Chester Cathedral onlineDownload a Gift Aid Declaration Form Here

You can donate online at www.justgiving.com/ccdt

or you can post a cheque made payable to "Chester Cathedral" to:
Chester Cathedral Office
12 Abbey Square
Chester
CH1 2HU


Support Us

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There are many ways to support the Cathedral from donations through to buying a gift or simply enjoying a coffee in the Refectory. We welcome your support in whatever form it takes.

Refectory Cafe

 

The Refectory, built in the 13th century, was the dining hall for the 40 monks who belonged to the community at the time. The Refectory is open from 9:30 - 4:30 and a delicious lunch menu, fabulous cakes and free Wi-Fi!

 

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Online Shop

The Shop provides a full range of souvenirs, books, gifts, cards, CDs and jewellery, some unique to Chester Cathedral;  it's even possible to buy postage stamps!

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Donations

Chester Cathedral needs your help! We receive no financial subsidy from government and therefore rely on kind donations and the support of people like you. The Just Giving site is just one way to help.

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