Church of the Holy Trinity, Cornforth (Cornforth)
Interior painted brick, with painted ashlar dressings; arch-braced roof on stone corbels; waggon roof in chancel. Roll-moulded chancel arch on square pilasters with elaborately-carved capitals to shafts. Head-stops to dripmould over vestry door; chamfered organ arch. All carving now painted in vivid colours. Star of David symbol of Trinity in west window by L.C. Evetts. Octagonal stone font with symbols of Evangelists carved in recessed panels. Elaborately-carved altar with painted relief panels in Gothic style. Reredos reconstituted and sculptures added to altar circa 1913 (brass plaque signed Herbert Wauthie del., F. Osborne and Co. London).
The church is known to contain a number of war memorial features, some of which were moved here in 1999 from the former Wesleyan Methodist Church which is now closed.
First World War (1914 to 1918)
21st Century (2001 to 2100)
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