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Holy Trinity, Hartshill Road

Holy Trinity, Hartshill Road, Hartshill, Stoke on Trent ST4 7NH View on map

Grade II listed church designed by George Gilbert Scott and built in 1842 for Herbert Minton, local businessman and manufacturer of Minton tiles which can be seen throughout the church, both on the walls and floor. The chancel was added in memory of Herbert by his nephew Minton Campbell. Notable pew ends carved by apprentices and stained glass windows depicting biblical stories.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Saturday 7th March - Saturday 24th October, 4 hours each Saturday. Thursdays each week - cleaning 4pm - 5pm; Wednesdays each week - choir practice 7pm - 8:30pm; Occasional special openings.

Directions

Junction 15 or 16 from M6, along A500, on A52 between Stoke on Trent and Newcastle-u- Lyme. Follow signs towards hospital, church is approximately 1 mile from town centre. Rail: Stoke on Trent (approximately 1½ miles). Bus: No 25 or 26 from Keele or Newcastle.

Parking Spaces

30

Public car park to rear of church.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes