• St Giles Cathedral Edinburgh (ceiling) from the fcm archive

    St Giles Cathedral Edinburgh Ceiling

  • Coventry Cathedral, UK

    Coventry Cathedral

Diocesan Representatives

  • Love cathedral music? 
  • Supporter of FCM? 
  • Enjoy meeting like-minded people?  
  • Have a little time to spare?

Your FCM needs you…

Having a local FCM representative in every diocese (Anglican and Roman Catholic) is an essential part of our structure:

  • To be our local contact
  • To be our link with the cathedral and our corporate members
  • To recruit new members
  • To support the local membership

…could this be you?

What is required?

  • A love of cathedral-type music
  • Someone who enjoys meeting and talking to people
  • Access to email and basic computer skills
  • Reasonable mobility
  • A little time to spare

Vacancies exist in the following dioceses:

Argyll and The Isles; Bangor; Blackburn; Carlisle; Durham; Edinburgh; Exeter; Leeds area; Southwark St George’s R.C.; Newcastle; Oxford; St Albans; St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane; Southwell & Nottingham; Wells; New Zealand.

Further vacancies will occur so do contact us if you are interested in helping, even if you live in an area where a vacancy doesn’t exist at present.

In London we aim to establish representatives based on churches with a strong music tradition. To express an interest or for more information without committing yourself, please contact us at enquiries@cathedralmusictrust.org.uk.

Diocesan Representatives (DRs) represent the FCM in their diocese and actively support and encourage the music in their cathedral and in churches where choirs regularly sing cathedral-style repertoire. They meet and support the cathedral’s Director of Music, arrange gatherings with and for the local members, encourage their love of cathedral music, and assist in gaining new supporters for the FCM.

The role of Diocesan Representative is vitally important to the work of the Friends of Cathedral Music. It is through the DR that we have regular contact with our members across the UK and abroad, and the DR is best placed to organise gatherings which will be of interest to local people.

A DR does not work on his/her own but is actively supported by the Diocesan Representative Coordinators who are available to help DRs at all times. The DR is also supplied with FCM resources and all expenses incurred are reimbursed.