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Holy Trinity, Ettington Park, Warwickshire

(52°7′24″N, 1°38′21″W)
Ettington Park
SP 248 473
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Warwickshire
now Warwickshire
medieval Worcester
now Coventry
  • Harry Sunley

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Feature Sets

All that remains of the church is the buttressed, three-stage 12thc. tower and part of the S transept including a 14thc. N arcade. The S transept was restored in 1835 for use as a mortuary chapel. The tower has a twin pointed bell-opening ofc.1200 (Pevsner refers to them asc.1200 twins.) on the highest stage of the W face with a shared mullion within a round-headed, chamfered arch. There is a round-headed window of two orders on the second stage and a further deeply splayed round-headed window set into a buttress on the S face, heavily restored. The only Romanesque sculpture is on the corbels supporting the tower arch.


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Interior Features


Tower/Transept arches

Pevsner gives both Holy Trinity and St Nicholas as the dedication.

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