Holy Trinity was built by the Penoyre family and consecrated in 1851. The first vicar was The Revd W T Napleton Stallard Penoyre and on his death in 1856 The Revd Thomas William Webb became the new incumbent. The Revd Webb, who remained in the post for nearly 30 years, was a renowned amateur astronomer and author on the subject. He was also a friend of The Revd Francis Kilvert, who is remembered for his famous diaries and buried at St Andrew's, Bredwardine(also in the Borderlink Group). Holy Trinity is a handsome church situated in a beautiful part of the county and has fine stained glass windows, which were created by the well respected Bristol company Joseph Bell & Son. The church boasts a single manual Walker organ with the most beautiful pipe decoration. It also has an unusual bellcote that can be seen from some distance and it is often this feature that attracts visitors to the church. You are most welcome to join us in worship (click on the button below for details of our services) or visit the church, which is open during daylight hours.