Holy Trinity

Doynton, Gloucestershire

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Holy Trinity
Doynton
Gloucestershire
BS30 5SU

Awarded £2,500 grant to renovate stonework and iron-barred windows, waterproof tower roof, and bird-proofing bell tower.  

The Church is in a conservation area and dates from at least the 12th Century as indicated by the herringbone masonry on the South Nave wall. 

  • Church of England

  • Maintenance Grant, £2,500, 2017

  • Our Maintenance Grants funded urgent maintenance projects to help keep churches open.

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