Holy Trinity Church, Wensley, North Yorkshire

Address:
Low Lane, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 4HX
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Intriguing glimpses of history in a beautiful parish church

Built on eighth-century Saxon foundations, this thirteenth-century church sits on the bank of the river Ure at the eastern end of picturesque Wensleydale.

Inside, its rich history is all around, with good examples of medieval wallpaintings, fine Flemish brasses and a fifteenth-century reliquary, which is claimed to have once held the relics of St Agatha.

Sit and marvel at the sumptuous richness of the Scrope family pew (who were local landowners) and imagine life as the Lord or Lady of nearby Bolton Castle.

Your support and generosity is what helps us keep the doors to these special places open. We could not do it without you.If you would like to donate to the upkeep and maintenance of Holy Trinity please text WEN to 70970 to donate £5 or to 70191 to give £10 every donation really does make a difference to these beautiful churches. Thank You.

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