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Holy Trinity, Fleet

August 28, 2014

Holy Trinity, Fleet

DSCF9369An unusual church with a unique history. The original church was largely destroyed, along with a lot of the village, in a storm on 23rd November 1824. This church was opened on 25th August 1829 – this is all detailed in the guide book. There are some post cards for sale as well. The church is beside a busy road, which leads to a large camp site and there were 21 entries in the visitors book for July – from many different countries. One entry made me laugh as the visitor had put that it was a fine Norman church! – only out by a thousand years. There are some books and magazines for sale

The sign outside tells of the services here and the Vicar’s details. This is a small church but there is a story to tell and it could be told better than it is. I have to rate it as poor for my purposes but like Holy Trinity – go and have a look!

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Holy Trinity, Fleet

DSCF9369An unusual church with a unique history. The original church was largely destroyed, along with a lot of the village, in a storm on 23rd November 1824. This church was opened on 25th August 1829 – this is all detailed in the guide book. There are some post cards for sale as well. The church is beside a busy road, which leads to a large camp site and there were 21 entries in the visitors book for July – from many different countries. One entry made me laugh as the visitor had put that it was a fine Norman church! – only out by a thousand years. There are some books and magazines for sale

The sign outside tells of the services here and the Vicar’s details. This is a small church but there is a story to tell and it could be told better than it is. I have to rate it as poor for my purposes but like Holy Trinity – go and have a look!

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