Holy Trinity


Holy Trinity church is constructed of a combination of rubble and ashlar Bath stone and white lias, under a stone-tiled roof with coped gables, together with some signs of rendering at low level to the south aisle. The interior consists of a nave and chancel, with north and south aisles. There is a north vestry (off the chancel). South and north porch and west tower. Parts of the church are early C14 in the Decorated style. The church has many exceptional monuments including one vault surrounded by cast iron railings, the earliest piece of cast iron work in Somerset. 

The grant will help fund a project to address structural repairs to the vestry.

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