|Monument type||Anglican Church|
Firm: Biscoe and Stanton
|Denomination||Church of England|
The original Holy Trinity Church was built by architect Henry S. Legg in 1871 with a chancel added in 1975. In 1968 the demolition of the church and redevelopment of the site was authorised by a private parliamentary bill. The church was vacated in 1974 and demolished. The smaller current church was built on its site in 1978.
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