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Holy Trinity

The church is a Grade II* listed building.

Whitfield, Northumberland


NE47 8HD

Built in 1859-60 in a free Early English style with good detail and much foliage carving, Holy Trinity has been described as a miniature cathedral. The architect is Higham of Newcastle. The windows are lancet with a Rose Window in the western gable, with examples by Powell, Kempe and Evetts.

  • Church of England

  • Maintenance Grant, £2,140, 2017

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

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