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CHURCH OF ENGLAND PLACES OF WORSHIP
Holy Trinity, Attleborough, Nuneaton

Holy Trinity, Attleborough, NuneatonDENOMINATION

Church of England

HISTORY

Holy Trinity was consecrated in 1842 having been built by William Arthur Watson. It was erected on a site gifted by the Right Honourable Dudley, Earl of Harrowby.

At the time when the church was built, Attleborough, with a population of 1,094, was essentially a working class village with over 60% of its workforce engaged in the ribbon weaving industry. At the time of the church's 150th anniversary in 1992 Attleborough had grown to a population of over 15,000 and had more or less merged with Nuneaton.

Originally the church had only one bell in the tower but two more were added in 1892.

For more details visit www.hta1.freeserve.co.uk/hta.htm

TIMES OF WORSHIP

Every Sunday: 8am, 10.30am and 6pm.

There is a service of Holy Communion at 8am.

For details of other services visit www.hta1.freeserve.co.uk/hta.htm

FACILITIES & SERVICES

For more details visit www.hta1.freeserve.co.uk/hta.htm

CONTACTS

Vicar: Revd Clive Jones

Attleborough Vicarage
5 Fifield Close
Nuneaton CV11 4TS
Tel: 024 76 354114
Email: clivej@hta1.freeserve.co.uk

Visit the Church's own website: www.hta1.freeserve.co.uk/hta.htm
 

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