Description: Church of Holy Trinity
Date Listed: 24 November 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 332791
OS Grid Reference: SE5852974375
OS Grid Coordinates: 458529, 474375
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1619, -1.1051
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6/81 Church of Holy Trinity
Chapel of ease. Dated 1839. Rubble, Welsh slate roof. Apsidal chancel, 3-bay
nave with west bellcote, south vestry, north porch. Porch: studded board door
with applied tracery to door and tympanum panel above, in chamfered pointed-
arched ashlar doorway with hood mould; above in the gable, recessed plaque with
unicorn's head and date; inner door of 6 panels, coved cornice inside porch.
Flanking porch, two 2-light pointed-arched nave windows with Y tracery. Gabled
bellcote has space for 1 bell and is corbelled out on buttresses flanking blind
lancet opening. To left, canted chancel with, on 3 sides, a single-light pointed-
arched window with hood mould, the arch containing ogee tracery with cusping; the
eastern side rises up to a goblet with taller window and cross at apex. Vestry:
west window of 2 pointed lights. Interior: rubble walls; double-chamfered pointed
chancel arch without responds; ribbed vault to apse; nave has king-post roof
trusses; c.1700 altar-rail of column-on-vase turned balusters; simple tub-on-shaft
front; pitch-pine pews, part of C17 chest used as back rest to seat in centre of
last row of pews. VCH ii, p.14.
Listing NGR: SE5852974375
Source: English Heritage
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