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Holy Trinity, Main Road

Holy Trinity, Main Road, Cleeve, Somerset BS49 4PN View on map

Built in the Romanesque style by Bath architect George P Manners, Holy Trinity Church was consecrated by the Bishop of Bath and Wells, Rt Rev George Law on 18th June 1840. Since 1888 this II listed building has undergone several renovations, including the provision of three series of stained glass windows, the last being in 1899.


Opening Arrangements

All year: every fourth Sunday of the month, 10am - 4pm. 26th March - 1st October: Saturdays, 10am - 4pm.


On main A370 road, halfway between Bristol and Weston-super-Mare in the village of Cleeve. Rail: Yatton (3 miles), Backwell and Nailsea (3.1 miles). Bus: routes X1 and W1 (Bristol to Weston-super-Mare)

Parking Spaces


Car park is approximately 50 yards from the church along a tarmac path.

Disabled Access

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