Holy Trinity Church - Slad - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Virtual tour panorama taken inside Holy Trinity chapel in Slad. This is a small, village church, plainly decorated with wooden pews. Image taken Easter 2011.
Holy Trinity Church - Slad - FURTHER INFORMATION
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Holy Trinity church in Slad is a small chapel built in the 9th century, standing on a hill just opposite the Woolpack pub. Both it and Slad are closely linked with Laurie Lee, the author of Cider with Rosie, who now lies buried in the churchyard. Holy Trinity opened in 1834 as a chapel of ease to Painswick.
The chancel and nave were designed by Charles Baker of Painswick. A gallery added in 1836 was removed in 1869 during alterations by Benjamin Bucknall which saw the addition of the North aisle and porch. The church is surrounded by 4 churchyards which contain around 1000 graves in addition to that of Laurie Lee.
Holy Trinity Church Slad
The Church Office / The Shambles
Gloucestershire GL5 1AP
Email: [email protected]
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Road: Slad is about 3 miles north-east of Stroud on the B4070 Slad Road.
Train: Stroud Station
Bus: Woolpack Inn, Slad