The church was built in the early English style at a cost of £2,500. It is a handsome stone erection, consisting of chancel, nave, transept, and organ chamber, with a spire and belfry, containing one bell. The church contains about 300 free sittings. Its earliest clergy were the Rev. Thomas Burke, B.A., and the Rev. Thomas George Williams.
The following postcard was lent to us by John B. Thanks John!
View from Higham Lane.
Holy Trinity is a Grade II listed building.
Picture supplied Susan Jaleel