Holy Trinity, Main Road, Cleeve
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 Grade II* listed building has undergone several renovations, including the provision of three series of stained glass windows, the last being in 1899.
10am - 4pm every fourth Sunday of the Month- January to December. 10am- 4pm every Saturday- April to September. Also open 31st March and 1st April 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 X1A (Bristol to Weston-super-Mare)
Car park is approximately 50 yards from the church along a path.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes