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Southwark Cathedral is the oldest cathedral church building in London, and archaeological evidence shows there was Roman pagan worship here before that. We believe there has been a church on this site since AD 606.
It is not only a place of worship but also of hospitality to every kind of person: princes and paupers, prostitutes, poets, playwrights, prisoners and patients have all found refuge here.
The tradition continues with congregations reflecting: age, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation and diversities of a world-class capital city.
The Cathedral is dedicated to being an inclusive church - meaning we are welcoming to everyone.
Monday to Friday 08.00–18.30
Saturday and Bank Holidays 08.45–18.00
The Cathedral has lifts for those with limited mobility and a seperate lavatory with a radar key. Services can be heard using a hearing loop and written items can be supplied in large print.
In the Congestion Charge Zone, free access for those with a disability (Blue Badge holders).
Most streets close by the Cathedral have single yellow lines. The Nearest designated Disabled Parking space is in Park Street
Bicycle parking is available just outside the Cathedral (opposite Borough Market), and two additional areas are on the north side of the Cathedral, on Montague Close.
Alternatively, the Jubiliee Market in Borough Market is another option for those using bicycles.
Coach Drop Offs Southwark Street or Southwark Bridge Road
Universal Car Parks, Great Suffolk Street: Mini-buses or coaches welcome 9am-6pm.
Riley Road, Off Tower Bridge Road: up to15 spaces, must be pre-booked
T 07792 920219
Tower Bridge Road: Weekend parking available; must be pre-booked
T 020 7403 8118 (Anderson Travel)
The Church of England and The First World War - The launch of Canon Alan Wilkinson’s re-print of this book
- 27 February 2014 7pm
The launch of Canon Alan Wilkinson’s re-print of ‘The Church of England and The First World War’. Canon Wilkinson will be present together with a panel of Speakers.
- Any age