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© Ms Geraldine Bunn LRPS

IoE Number: 266325
Photographer: Ms Geraldine Bunn LRPS
Date Photographed: 30 June 2001
Date listed: 31 January 1974
Date of last amendment: 31 January 1974
Grade II*

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5363TRINITY STREET(North-west end)GVChurch of theST 7748 SW 4/12031.1.74Holy Trinity

1. 5363 TRINITY STREET (North-west end) GV Church of the ST 7748 SW 4/120 31.1.74 Holy Trinity II* 2. 1857. Architect: E E Goodridge. In the style of Commissioners' Gothic. Stone built, west front ashlar. Battered plinth, chamdered string at door impost height. Gabled. front with moulded coping and cross. Tall Early English-style lancet triple above low triple doors with gables over. Slight breaks to sides beneath heavy spirelets. 5 bay vessel with alight projection to north-west for Sanctuary. Gabled transept Chapel to north-east (liturgical South). Interior: side windows have a glass by Morris and Co (Burne-Jones, largely painted by Bowman from 1880s to 1921). East window by a local firm Howard Bros 1875.

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