Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity church Frome

The Holy Trinity Church is situated in the historic Trinity area of Frome, at the top of Welsh Mill Hill. Built in 1838, this church is an early Victorian building and is about a ten-minute walk from the town centre.

Holy Trinity Church was designed by H E Goodrich with a simple interior but features Morris & Co windows designed by Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones Burne-Jones.

Burne-Jones Windows

Byrne Jones window panelThe nine windows span the entirety of Burne-Jones’ career in stained glass (1866-1896) and were manufactured in the famous William Morris workshops between 1880 and 1903.

These windows with the strongly rendered figures, beautifully designed foliate backgrounds and rich colours are outstanding in their quality, and together form what is perhaps the most impressive collection of Burne-Jones/Morris and Co stained glass in the south west.

A booklet outlining the history of the windows is available to purchase for £5. Guided tours are also conducted during the annual Frome Festival.

Visiting Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity is open to visitors 9.30am-12.30pm Monday – Friday.

There is a Holy Communion service on Wednesdays from 10am to 11am, followed by tea/coffee (and usually some biscuits or cake) which all are welcome to join.


Holy Trinity is close to the Lamb and Fountain, a 300 year old public house which features underground excavations in the hidden tunnels of Frome.

Holy Trinity Church

Trinity Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 3DE