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Church, free entry

Holy Trinity Church Hartshill

Holy Trinity Church Hartshill

Holy Trinity Church Hartshill

Contact

Mrs Angela Mountford

01782 621010

Address

Hartshill Road,
Stoke-on-Trent,
ST4 7NJ

Events at this Venue

date event
Wed 20 Sep Organ Recital

Details

Grade II listed building designed by George Gilbert-Scott under the patronage of Herbert Minton.

Visit this magnificent church and listen to the gory tale of `Murder Most Foul` - the story of an 1845 axe murder victim. Contemplate the Pugin designed windows. Find out about the famous tile manufacturer Herbert Minton and his family. Follow the sad family history of Colin Minton-Campbell, told through memorial tiles. The church contains a burial plaque over the remains of Herbert Minton and is packed with Minton Tiles and memorial plaques including memorials to all Colin Minton-Campbell's children. It is possible to visit the Victorian School also commissioned by Herbert Minton, where girls were encouraged to stay at school and train to be paintresses, under tuition from artists from Burlsem School of Art.

You will be warmly welcomed by the church community with fresh coffee & biscuits.

Baby changing facilitiesDisabled toiletsFacilities for educational visitsPicnic siteAccepts groupsFacilities for conferencing

Children welcomeDisabled accessDogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Guided tours for individualsGuided tours for groupsSmoking not allowedFacilities for hearing impaired

Disabled access either up front drive of church or from rear car park. Toilets and baby changing facilities are in the Minton Centre (Old Victorian School) at rear of church, including disabled toilet facilities. Picnics can be held in the churchyard. Conferencing facilities in the Minton Centre although small groups giving lectures about Herbert Minton or related topics could be accommodated in the Church itself.

Opening details

The church can be opened by telephoning 01782 621010 at any reasonable time. Tours can be arranged. There may be special events on some Saturdays: these will be open to the public - book sales, craft sales, cake stalls, music events.

Prices

Free entry

Location

Directions

Plan route to Holy Trinity Church, Hartshill using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SJ 865457  Lat: 53.00926 Long: -2.20186

A52 between Stoke and Newcastle-under-Lyme, at junction with Queens Road. Church drive can be used for disabled access, (ramps can be provided).

For car park:- Turn left/right off Hartshill Road, just before/after the Church into Vicarage Road depending on direction of approach. Follow road round, double gated entrance on left, marked "Minton Community Centre", turn in and bear right up slope past rear of building - large car park.

Disabled access follow path round church (no steps) or up front drive and through main doors of church.

Bus Service 25/31 stops outside the Church and both services pass Stoke Station.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 2 miles from Stoke Station station

Facilities

  • Baby changing facilitiesBaby changing facilities
  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Facilities for educational visitsFacilities for educational visits
  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Facilities for conferencingFacilities for conferencing
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Guided tours for individualsGuided tours for individuals
  • Guided tours for groupsGuided tours for groups
  • Smoking not allowedSmoking not allowed
  • Facilities for hearing impairedFacilities for hearing impaired

Disabled access either up front drive of church or from rear car park. Toilets and baby changing facilities are in the Minton Centre (Old Victorian School) at rear of church, including disabled toilet facilities. Picnics can be held in the churchyard. Conferencing facilities in the Minton Centre although small groups giving lectures about Herbert Minton or related topics could be accommodated in the Church itself.