Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton, England

The Holy Trinity Anglican Church is cruciform in shape, with a central tower and truncated spire. In 1863, the spire was pulled down for safety reasons. The remaining stub was capped with a unique “coronet” structure. This church is believed to have Norman roots based in the 12th century.

In 2005, the entire top of the tower was fully restored with the replacement of all pinnacles, merlons and embrasures.


Project Details

Credit: Danny Barber while at Centerline Architectural Sculpture
Date: 2004