Holy Trinity Church, Much Wenlock
Attraction in Much Wenlock, Shropshire
Holy Trinity is a large church in the Shropshire town of Much Wenlock. Open 9am - 5pm
The first church on this site was Anglo Saxon built around AD. 680. The present nave dates from 1150 and was built by Cluniac monks of the nearby Wenlock Priory.
The churech is large and impressive for such a small market town of Much Wenlock.
The interior of the church contains a small memorial to William Penny Brookes - the founder of the Modern Olympic Games.
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