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Friends of Wardour Chapel

Friends of Wardour Chapel

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Published by: New Liturgical Movement on Apr 14, 2013
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THE WARDOUR CHAPEL TRUST 
HOOK MANORDONHEAD ST ANDREW SHAFTESBURY DORSET SP
79
EU 
Telephone: 01747 828 423Email: info@wardourchapel.co.uk
Trustees:TheHonRichardArundell–LordTalbotofMalahide–TheHonVeronicaHodgesRichardBerkley-Matthews–JennyTozerWardourChapelTrust-CharityRegistrationNumber224234
 
FriendsofWardourChapel
 The Catholic Chapel of All Saints Wardour, built in the late 18
th
century by the 8th Lord Arundellof Wardour to the designs of James Paine and John Soane, is arguably the most important neo-classical Catholic chapel in England.It has been owned by a trust (Charity Registration Number 224234) since 1898 and is entirelydependent on donations as no endowment was made when the trust was established.Over recent years, financial constraints have prevented the trustees from undertaking anysignificant maintenance tasks. However, some things cannot be put off any longer, and the trusteeshave therefore decided to establish
The Friends of Wardour Chapel
with the simple aim of generating an annual income which will help us to achieve the task of keeping this great chapel openfor worship.The annual running costs of the chapel, before maintenance, are in the region of £15,000 and it is becoming increasingly clear that these costs are beyond the resources of the local Catholiccongregation. The Friends program seeks to raise funds towards these costs, for identified buildingand repair projects, and to build a sinking fund for future works.Currently the chapel is open to the public twice a week and is in regular use as an important part of the parish of Tisbury and Wardour. Mass is celebrated every Sunday (11am) and Tuesday(9.15am). In addition, there is a thriving Catholic state primary school at Wardour, and the pupilsattend the Tuesday Mass during term time. It is of great benefit to the students of the school to be

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