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Holy Trinity, Anslow

Holy Trinity, Anslow, Staffordshire DE13 9QT View on map

Mid 19th century church built by the Moseley family, designed with Romanesque attributes and features. Constructed in finely coursed ashlar gritstone. The roof has an arched brace collar truss structure. The east wall has three fine windows and a stone memorial tablet to the fallen of the First World War.


  • Grant Recipient: Holy Trinity Anslow PCC
  • Contact for access: Mrs Ann Lowe
  • 01283 812428

Opening Arrangements

All year: Monday 2pm - 5pm (except Bank Holidays); 3rd Wednesday of every month, 2pm - 5pm. Access at other times by prior arrangement (please give 2 days notice) with Mr M Lowde by tel. 01283 812428.


Between Wigmore and Aymestry, 1 mile east of A4110. Church is 100 yards north of village centre, cross cattle grid. Rail: Leominster (9 miles), Ludlow (9 miles).

Parking Spaces


Cross cattle grid from village onto parkland adjacent to church.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes