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The Holy Trinity Church sits on the east bank of the Avon River where it was built in 1854 on a grant of Crown land for parish purposes. The interior is admired for its beautiful stained glass windows and the original high alter and Wasingham shrine. The church also contains a rare Albert Piesse pipe organ with eight bells. The bells were specially cast for York, and are hung in a restored towers.

Address: Newcastle Street

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  • Written Apr 25, 2005
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