This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
MANOR ROAD 1.
4430 (North-East Side) WALLINGTON Church of the Holy Trinity TQ 2864 SE 24/105 C 2.
Consecrated 1867; designed by Habershon and Brock. Flint with Bath stone dressings.
Plain tile roofs. C14 style. 4-bay nave. North and South aisles; gabled porch at west end of south aisle. Square tower with gargoyles and stone spire. 3- and 4-light Decorated windows. Chancel; semi-octagonal apse. 3 stained glass windows by A O Hemming and Co. A description on display within says that the present edifice was built to resemble the description of the old Chapel of Wallington; the old Chapel had been demolished about 1791 and the foundations were re-discovered only in 1921, much after the rebuilding of Holy Trinity. Each window of Holy Trinity was designed to have tracery of a different pattern; west window of South aisle, for instance, was based on window in Church of Little St Mary's, Cambridge, which was erected about 1350.
Listing NGR: TQ2879364467
Copyright IoE Mr Robert Taverner. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Taverner, Robert
Rights Holder: Taverner, Robert
Bath Stone, Flint, Tile, Victorian Church, Religious Ritual And Funerary, Place Of Worship