Holy Trinity

The church as seen from Priory Street.

Founded before the conquest, the church was also called Christ Church. It was given as a church for Holy Trinity Priory at its formation. Local parishioners still used the porch, and perhaps more, of their former church with an alter dedicated to St. Nicholas. At the dissolution the church passed back to the parish and in 1586 St. Nicholas and Holy Trinity were united. The church now consists of the nave of the priory church (12th century) and the tower built by parishioners in 1453. The west end (seen here with the tower) was reconstructed in 1905. (Ref. 2)

Photo: taken 8 June 2007
Photo Copyright Dave Woodcock 2008.

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