Much Wenlock

Holy Trinity

TF13 6HR  Parking in town car park, wheelchair access, open daylight hours.


A beautiful twelfth century church, with tower of eight bells, at the heart of a delightful market town.  Filled with light from the clear windows, here is space to reflect, pray and light a candle.

Much Wenlock Parish Church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity and is a place made sacred by lives and prayers for more than 1300 years. The first church on this site was Anglo-Saxon, built probably about AD 680.
The present nave was built in 1150 by the Cluniac monks of Wenlock Priory.









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