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Holy Trinity, Throcking

Holy Trinity, Throcking, Buntingford, Hertfordshire SG9 9RU View on map

A small late Medieval church built during 13th - 15th centuries mainly of flint with stone dressings. Unusual west tower, lower part of unknapped flint and pebbles and upper part in red brick with moulded details. Chancel east window depicting Good Shepherd by Clayton and Bell c1879. Fine Heraldic floor slabs to Thomas Soame of 1670 and Robert Elwes of 1752. Other fine 18th century monuments.


  • Grant Recipient: Holy Trinity Throcking
  • Contact for access: Mr Frank Knight
  • 01763 281 601

Opening Arrangements

2 April - 5 October 10am - 4pm. (Fridays). Any other time by arrangement. key holders names listed in porch.


West of the A10 in the centre of Throcking village. Rail: Stevenage (8 miles), Royston (10 miles). Bus: No 24 (Rue Green - Royston , Wednesdays), No 25 (Buntingford Circular, Monday), No E203 (Moor Green - Buntingford)

Parking Spaces


Roadside parking.

Disabled Access

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