A stately church with splendid fittings. Immediately in view as you enter is the font and its tall spire-like cover. The nave is high and light. The fourteenth-century chancel, built by John Sleford, contains a wonderful set of carved clergy stalls. On the floor in front of the altar are the large monumental brasses of Sleford and a later benefactor, John Blodwell. The screen between nave and chancel also dates from the fourteenth-century. It has a rare surviving vaulted loft on top, added probably in the late fifteenth-century.
Yes, Holy Trinity is a member of CHCT.