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This church and not the one in the photographs as they are of a different church, is nestled within other buildings which in itself is quite unique and not one to be repeated nowadays - it is a historical town church that is worth a...More
A good example of Victorian Gothic and coincidence, put into a very restricted site. Well worth seeing.
By the way, the picture at the top of this review isn't Holy Trinity, it's St. Clement's in the Old Town.
This is a very welcoming church that offers two types of religious services each Sunday.. The more energetic 11.15am with coffee and croissants served before the service starts is much enjoyed. Teaching is strong and informative. They take time to welcome and care for people...More
Not on many peoples 'mist visit' list I am sure but this town centre Gothic Revival Church is of interest to those with an interest in such matters.
Sadly it seems that it maybe have become a haven for 'happy clappies' whereas I recall it...More