Monday, 7 March 2016

Holy Trinity Church Goodramgate, York, UK

Holy Trinity Church is a real find – if you can find it! 

Out of sight of nearby Goodramgate its secluded peaceful churchyard is just a stone’s throw from one of York’s main shopping streets. 

It is accessed via an 18th-century brick archway adjoining buildings whose original role seven centuries ago was as artisans’ workshops.



The church is a Grade I listed building and dates from between 1250 and the late 15thcentury but shows some elements from its 12th-century foundation.



Only minimal alteration has been undertaken since the 18th century.