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Description: Church of the Holy Trinity
Date Listed: 4 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 171685
OS Grid Reference: TR3866965333
OS Grid Coordinates: 638669, 165333
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3370, 1.4252
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RAMSGATE BELLEVUE ROAD
TR 3865 SE
10/56 Church of the
Parish Church. 1844-5. Stevens and Alexander of London. Coursed, knapped
flint with Caen stone dressings and concrete interlocking tiles to roof.
Nave with aisles and south porch and chancel in perpendicular style.
Triple offset and pinnacled buttresses to nave and aisle west end, with
double gable to west, and plank and stud door with label surround below
large 5 light window. Smaller 3 light windows to aisles, west end, with
arched 2 light windows elsewhere and square headed 2 light clerestory
windows. Gabled south porch with arched and hooded surrounds to outer and
inner doors. Simple offset buttresses to east ends of nave and aisles, and
eastern bell gable. Small and plain projecting chancel. Interior: now
used as church and church hall with panelled entrance lobby to both parts.
Large double chamfered arcade on octagonal moulded piers, with similar
channel arch. Fittings: pulpit and lectern, very dark varnished wood with
much figurative sculpture, 1867 by J E Lock-Beveridge. The church cost
£3000, with seating for 770, on a site given by the D'Este family of
Mount Albion House (the children of Prince Frederick Augustus and Lady
Augusta Murray) (Busson, Ramsgate, 106;) (See also B.O.E. Kent II. 426;
Honan. Victorian Churches of Kent, 83).
Listing NGR: TR3866965333
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Source: English Heritage
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