Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Guildford New Cathedral Council, February 1967
It was agreed that Sir Edward Maufe should be asked to prepare a design for a memorial inscription in suitable form and colour in the lower panels of the window of the Building Industry in the North Aisle of the Nave. Sir Edward Maufe was asked to commission the work of fixing sheets of fibre glass on battens to the walls of the chamber and window screens of white nylon gauze were to be fixed in the Bell Chamber, to reduce excessive resonance in the Ringing Chamber and preventing rain coming through the louvres.
Plans were viewed showing the new roadworks and landscaping at the foot of the western approach to the Cathedral, the construction of a new underpass and approach roads to The University of Surrey.
The Dean and Chapter formally authorised The Guildford New Cathedral Fund (The Council) to continue its fund raising activities in the Cathedral and its precincts by;
Conducting visitors round the building by guides duly organised by the Council,
The receipt of gifts contributed to The Building Fund,
The use of The Refectory Hut,
The sale of handbooks, postcards and Cathedral souvenirs,
The holding of special concerts or other events (approved by the Dean) to raise sums for the Building Fund.
These activities may be curtailed or abrogated by the Dean and Chapter if they interfere in services. The Council was not to undertake any other activities upon the site without express permission from the Dean and Chapter. The Council was to retain complete control over the fund thus raised but in consideration for these permissions will make an annual payment of £100 to the Dean and Chapter.