Rather than rely on traditional fundraising, 1170 is a firm believer in raising funds which having fun! Rather than run a lot of events each year, we would rather focus on a small number of events that really appeal to the local community and help drive our view that the Church and Community are forever interlinked.

Following their sell out 2023 concert, 1170 and Cranleigh Arts are delighted to announce that The Queen’s Six will return to in 2024. .

The Queen’s Six: Alto, Elisabeth Paul, Tom Lilburn. Tenor, Nicholas Madden, Dominic Bland.  Baritone/Bass, Andrew Thompson, Simon Whiteley.

Based at Windsor Castle, members of the Queen’s Six make up part of the Lay Clerks of St. George’s Chapel, whose homes lie within the Castle walls.  This rare privilege demands the highest musical standards, as they sing regularly for the Royal family at both private and state occasions.  In 2018 this included the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle, and in 2021, three members of the group sang at the funeral of HRH Prince Philip,The Duke of Edinburgh.  Most significantly however, it is the familiarity of living and singing together in Chapel every day that lends this group its distinctive closeness and blend, as well as an irresistible informality and charm.

Individually, members of the Queen’s Six have appeared in many of the most prestigious vocal ensembles on the circuit, including The Tallis Scholars, Tenebrae and The Sixteen.  Their repertoire extends far beyond the reach of the choir stalls: from austere early chant, florid Renaissance polyphony, lewd madrigals and haunting folk songs to upbeat jazz and pop arrangements.

Ticket price includes a glass of wine

Programme to be confirmed.

Please note this is a joint fundraising event for Cranleigh Arts and 1170 who support the maintenance of St Nicolas Church building.

Saturday 15th June 2024 – 8pm

This concert will be held in St Nicolas Church, Cranleigh

Please contact Cranleigh Arts Centre Box Office for tickets and information: 01483 278000 or book online.

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Heritage Day

Our annual heritage day and appeal will be held on Saturday 21st September 2024.


There will be an exhibition and activities in St Nicolas Church between 10am and 4pm. You may also see our street collectors along the high street and receive a leaflet in your letter box.


Last years heritage day raised over £6,500 towards maintaining the structure and fabric as an asset for the whole community to use and enjoy.


As with last years event, 100% of all donations and all gift aid received will go towards projects towards ensuring St Nicolas church building is protected for future generations.

Saturday 21st September 2024

10am – 4pm

This exhibition will be held in St Nicolas Church, Cranleigh

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