Holy Trinity Church
- Address: 12 Church St, Bradford-on-Avon BA15 1LW, UK, United Kingdom
- Phone: +44-1225864444
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Community And Government, Religious, Churches
The holy Trinity Church, which was built in mid-11th century, has maintained its uniqueness throughout hundreds of years. You can be on your spiritual journey or can be exploring historic side of Bradford-on-Avon, Holy Trinity Church always has something to offer to everyone. You can still find the tombs from 14th century. The refurbishment of this church took place in 2016 and that has made it even more stunning. Located near the town centre by the river, this church should be on top of your list.
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Holy Trinity Church Reviews & Ratings
A beautiful light and airy church. Fascinated to see two ancestors named on the WW1 memorial plaques.
A beautifully restored church.
A very warm and inviting Church. Well worth a visit.
When you walk inside the door on a Friday afternoon how nice to hear a Blues group having a great time. This church certainly has the Wow factor. Do have a look.
On visiting our daughter in Bradford on Avon last week, I would just like say what a wonderful refurbishment has been carried out on Holy Trinity Church. I was left feeling quite overcome by the most welcoming, calming and peaceful feeling on entering. Our daughter was married in the church a few years ago and it was beautiful then, it is quite stunning now. Well done, a truly remarkable job. Ann Baxter