Arts in The Minster – by Artist Hondartza Fraga

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From 27th October 2018 to 17th November 2018 Tuesday To Saturday – 9.30am to 2.30pm.

An exhibition of 365 beautifully hand drawn globes.

THE BIG DRAW – The 2018 Big Draw Festival – Angels & Imps – Saturday 27th October 2018 10am to 4pm – All ages welcome to Drop-in & Draw.

Hondartza Fraga

Minister Closed

We would like to advise, there will be no Coffee Shop or other usual activities on the 16th / 17th / 18th & 19th October 2018 in the Grimsby Minster,  Due to a College Graduation Ceremony taking place.




Harvest Festival – All Age Service – Sunday 14th October 2018 at 10.30am

Harvest Festival All Age Service at Grimsby Minster on Sunday 14th October 2018 at 10.30am

You’re warmly invited to the Harvest Festival at Grimsby Minster.  It starts at 10.30am and last around 50 minutes.

  • Come with family & friends.
  • Give your Harvest gifts to Grimsby’s Food Bank.
  • Sing some well known songs.


Give Us This Day Our…..   Daily Bread Food Larder helps many residents of North East Lincolnshire, who find themselves experiencing poverty, hardship & distress, despite a statutory system that in general supports them.


Jam/spreads ~Cereals – small packets and variety packs ~ Long life milk ~ Powdered Milk ~ Tea Bags ~ Instant Coffee ~ Boxed long-life fruit juices ~ Soup – tins or packets ~ Tinned vegetables (peas, beans, carrots, sweetcorn, tomatoes, spinach etc) ~ Tinned beans/spaghetti ~ Tinned meat (stew, chicken, mince, corn beef etc) ~ Tinned fish (tuna, salmon, pilchards, sardines, mackerel, etc) ~ Super-noodles ~ Sauces/sauce mixes (packets or jars) ~ Soya mix etc for vegetarians ~ Tinned rice pudding ~ Instant Whip ~ custard (tinned or packets) ~ Dried fruit (raisins, dates, apricots, etc) ~ Chocolate bars ~ Biscuits.


This year we’re collecting harvest gifts for Grimsby’s Food Bank.  Above is a list of the food items they need most.

WEA 10th November 2018 Change of Venue

W.E.A. Grimsby Branch Saturday Lecture 10th November 2018 “The American Civil War: Causes, Course, and Consequences” Tutor: Andrew Heath
The Civil War (1861-65) led to more deaths than every other war the U.S. has fought put together, and concluded in the revolutionary destruction of slavery. The lecture will explore its causes, course and consequences.
Fee: £10.00 (no concessions for Saturday lectures) please pay on the day by cash or cheque.
Please note change of venue The Central Hall Duncombe St. Grimsby DN32 7EG Lecture commences prompt at 2pm -4-30pm (doors open 1.15pm) and fee include full afternoon tea. Advance booking is essential with the secretary for registration and catering. Tel Linda Salkeld 01472 200329 / 317480 or mobile
07732 559 587 or email
The Secretary is a voluntary worker and not always available. Please leave your name and phone number if there is no answer and your call will be returned.

The annual Lost Fishermen’s Memorial Service at Grimsby Minster on 7th October 2018 at 2.00pm

Last year hundreds of people came together to pay their respects to the town’s lost fishermen at a poignant memorial service.

Standard bearers, the area’s local MP’s and relatives of those who perished at sea both during the war and in the town’s fishing heyday were among the congregation at the annual service held at Grimsby Minster on Sunday afternoon.

Those in attendance sang hymns and read prayers for the brave lives lost while working in often perilous conditions out at sea.

Please come and join us again this year to pay your respects and remember those we lost.


Recital 4th October 2018 – Chris Weaver

The monthly organ recital series continues this Thursday, 4 October at 12.30pm in what promises to be a very special concert. The recitalist is to be Christopher Weaver, who was Organist and Master of the Choristers here in the 1970s, and he is very much looking forward to “coming home”, as he describes it, and re-acquainting himself with the Minster, the organ, and anyone who remembers him from his time in the town. His programme promises to be wonderful, too, and we hope to welcome as many as possible to hear him. Free admission with a retiring collection.