The Museum of Army Chaplaincy
"If the men can't go to church then the church must go to the men"
As part of the Southwark Cathedral’s commemorations for the end of the First World War, The Friends of Southwark Cathedral have arranged a visit to the Museum of Army Chaplaincy.
Based in Amport, Hampshire the museum tells the story of British Army Chaplaincy from earliest times to the present day with the help of archive material and historical relics from several centuries.
A coach will leave the Cathedral about 9.30am and after a picnic at a local church will we be given a guided tour of the museum. We will return to London at approximately 6.00pm. The cost is £35 and you will need to bring your own snacks and picnic lunch.
Places are strictly limited so if you wish to join us please contact Kate Dean by email at email@example.com or telephone 020 7367 6724 for information or to book your place.