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You are invited to help solve the murder in Case Noire. In aid of the Mayor's charities: Friends in St Helier and Colour House Children’s Theatre.Find out more »
The exhibition displays the life of Merton Priory from its founding in 1114 until the present day. It tells the story of many important events that took place in the Priory, where both the only English Pope, Adrian IV and Saint Thomas Becket were educated. Twenty years after Magna Carta, in 1236, Parliament met at Merton Priory to prepare the written parliamentary law in the form of the eleven chapters of the Statute of Merton, the very first Statute of England.Find out more »
The exhibition displays the life of Merton Priory from its founding in 1114 until the present dayFind out more »
Ecumenism refers to efforts by Christians of different Church traditions to develop closer relationships and better understandings. The term is also often used to refer to efforts towards the visible and organic unity of different Christian denominations in some form. Everyone of any religion (or secular outlook) are welcome.Find out more »
We'll be a bit quiet until we finish getting the plumbing fitted and the electrics done.
If you would like a group visit for your school or college or society we give you access to the centre by appointment from November until we reopen in the spring of March 2019.Find out more »