The Holy Trinity Church originally came under the Priory of St Peter in Bath and was largely rebuilt between 1508 and 1540 by the rector, Thomas Key.
His rebus, a 'T' entwined in a key can be found embellishing the church and other interesting features include the remains of a rood loft and a curious pulpit set in a niche in the north wall.
For more information: https://www.southglos.gov.uk/documents/leaflets/pte050029.pdf
The last section of the Cotswold Way takes you across fields and historic battlefields before descending into the Regency splendour of Bath and ...
This penultimate stretch of the Cotswold Way brings you through farmland to the village of Cold Ashton.
The initial section of today's walk takes you through farmland, woodland and meadows to the pretty village of Cold Ashton. Leaving Cold Ashton, ...
The penultimate stretch of the Cotswold Way takes you through farmland, woodland and meadows to the pretty village of Cold Ashton.
Today's walk starts with a short and easy section connecting Old Sodbury to Tormarton via Coombs End and Dodington Park Estate eventually leading ...
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