On Thursday 4 July the Amigo Hall will be used as a polling station for local people in the area.

The Catholic Bishops Conference has produced resources to assist Catholics to consider how Gospel Values can inform how we look at the world and also to offer a different way of looking at politics that puts the common good before self-interest. 

Visit cbcew.org.uk/election24 for more information, or scan the QR code on posters displayed at the Cathedral entrance.


Please help put poverty on the agenda this General Election

Can you help support work to champion the common good, and the preferential option for the poor, at the General Election? Caritas Archdiocese of Southwark, as part of the Let’s End Poverty national movement, are asking everyone to use the new resource to help you talk to candidates and campaigners on the doorstep which you can print as a door hanger here:
or get tips for asking a question at a hustings here: