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A Victorian beauty in a modern setting
Built between 1837-46 by Edmund Sharpe, Holy Trinity is a handsome Gothic building, now standing in somewhat splendid isolation on Mount Pleasant, with a backdrop of high-rise flats.
Inside, the church is austerely impressive, with tall, thin windows of great elegance in the chancel and transepts.
Its special glory is the flat timber ceiling with a series of 80 painted heraldic panels, mostly commemorating families who contributed to the construction of the church.
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Holy Trinity Church, Blackburn
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