Holy Trinity, Milton Regis  Church

Image Source: John Vigar


The massive 14th century tower grabs attention immediately, but just by the door is a most mysterious headstone which commemorates a man killed by a rocket at an early Guy Fawke`s celebration. Inside, the south aisle is almost as wide as the nave and has a rare rood loft staircase that runs in the thickness of the wall rather than up a spiral staircase. There is little stained glass but the east window, by the firm of Ward and Hughes is rather a masterpiece, with most of the subjects being real portraits – especially the figures of St George and St Uriel. An inscription nearby tells the whole story. At the junction of nave and chancel is a rare benefactions board which is carved to look like a memorial – look out for Faith Hope and Charity. The medieval vestry at the north east corner has an original shuttered window – a rare survival indeed, whilst under the huge tower is a benefactions board recording gifts to dredgermen`s widows. Now you don’t find them very often!



Church Data


1851 Census Details


Seating Capacity: 1200

Morning Attendance: 270

Afternoon Attendance: 380

Evening Attendance: No service


Architecture Details


Original Build Date/Architect: Medieval

Restoration: Grant 1889

Second Restoration: -






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