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Holy Trinity, The Ring

Holy Trinity, The Ring, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1HD View on map

Built in 1851 in the early English pointed style from local bricks, faced with knapped flints, and a slate roof. Originally comprising of the Nave, Chancel, Transept and wood-shingled spire, before later extension. Designed by Goodwin. Beautiful stained glass windows by various artists and designers, and memorials including oak panelling naming local people lost in the wars.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Between 1st April and 30th September open on Tuesday 9am -12pm Saturdays 9am - 5pm

Directions

From the M4 take the A329 towards Bracknell, or from the M3 take the A322 towards Bracknell. The church is situated on The Ring off the A3095. Bracknell Railway station - 10 minutes walk through the town. Buses 154, 155 and 191 from Bracknell station.

Parking Spaces

0

Public car park opposite the church; Charles Square. Also multi-storey car parks in the town

Disabled Access

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

WC

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