Remembering Wells Cathedral in your Will
We are committed to ensuring that Wells Cathedral remains open and accessible to all. The Cathedral and its ministry is sustained and supported by generous gifts from worshippers, visitors and those who value everything about life at Wells Cathedral. A gift in your Will can help to safeguard the Cathedral and make a valued contribution to its future.
If you would like a copy of our legacy leaflet you can download one here:
Alternatively there are hard copies available on the table in the North Transept and from our main Reception.
Free Will Making Guide
We have produced a Will Making Guide for our supporters. If you would like a free copy of the guide you can download it here.
Alternatively you can request one from our Fundraising Department on 01749 674483 or email email@example.com
Making a Will – Free Workshop
If you have not yet made a Will it is easy to do so and we recommend that you seek support from a Solicitor or professional Willwriter. Wells Cathedral is pleased to offer a free information event on Will writing. This free, no obligation workshop will take place at 3pm on Wednesday 8th October 2014 in the Education Room within the Cathedral. This session will enable you to understand some of the practicalities of making a Will and about how you can choose to support a good cause with a legacy. Alocal solicitor with experience of drafting wills will lead this workshop. Refreshments will be provided and all attendees will be given a free copy of the Wells Cathedral Will Making Guide.
Tickets for this event are limited and available on a first come first served basis. Please click here to book your free place or call Kelly Hall on 01749 674483.
Special Supporter Event – Friday 10th October 2014
The Dean of Wells and the Cathedral Administrator are pleased to invite those who have already named Wells Cathedral in their Will to a special supporter event at the Cathedral. This event will be an opportunity for legacy pledgers to hear about how legacies impact the Cathedral and its work. The Very Reverend John Clarke and Prebendary Dr Paul Richards will welcome attendees, talk about current activities that have been made possible through legacy support and will highlight some of the funding challenges facing the Cathedral over the coming years. Afternoon tea will be provided.
To register to attend this event please email the Cathedral Fundraiser, Kelly Hall on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01749 674483.
If you would like to discuss any elements of Will writing or leaving a gift to Wells Cathedral please contact the Fundraiser, Kelly Hall on 01749 674483 or email email@example.com. All enquiries will be handled in a sensitive and confidential manner.