Holy Trinity Church, Halstead, Essex
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A church built by Sir Gilbert Scott
Victorian architect Sir George Gilbert Scott built this market-town landmark in the 1840s to serve Halstead's community west of the River Colne. Holy Trinity is one of the first examples of a Gothic Revival church in the Early English style. Its tall tower and broach spire form a prominent and handsome feature of this north Essex market town. The interior, which includes a lofty clerestoried nave, is graceful, and the church is beautifully lit by stained glass of the nineteenth and twentieth-centuries.
Facilities & Hire
Due to the historic nature of our buildings, only a small number have heating, running water or toilet facilities. The lighting is usually operated via a 'push button' timer or a motion sensor.
0.5 miles South West of town centre A131; junction of Trinity St and Chapel Hill
Nearest railway station: Braintree (5.7 miles)
History & Further Information
Why not make your visit more enjoyable and informed by finding out more about this church before you visit? You can download a range of publications below including the relevant county guide, and any walk round guides we have for this church.Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, and London County Guide 2012
This free of charge short guide contains details of all the churches we care for in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex & London. Printed copies of the county guide are also available at the church.
The Friends of Halstead Church
The Friends assist The Churches Conservation Trust in caring for the church, organising events and raising funds for the building's upkeep.
Telephone: 01787 274916
Useful local links:
- Visit Essex tourism website: www.visitessex.com
- Essex Society for Family History: www.esfh.org.uk
- History of Essex website: http://www.historyhouse.co.uk
- Essex Society for Archaeology & History: www.essex.ac.uk
- Essex churches website: www.essexchurches.info
- Friends of Essex Churches Trust: www.foect.org.uk