Stained Glass of Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Street, Norwich

Exterior view of Holy Trinity churchThis imposing Victorian church, made of brick faced with flint, was built 1859 – 61 by William Smith (of London) to serve the new suburb of South Heigham. The building is dominated by the tall east tower (40 metres high) which rises above the apse and ends in an octagonal top and spire.

The interior boasts a simple arch-braced roof over a large open space with a tiered-seating gallery at the rear. The stained glass mostly dates from the late 19th century and includes work by Clayton and Bell.

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