Built in 1842, Holy Trinity Church stands within the precincts of a 13th Century Cistercian Foundation at Dunkeswell Abbey and is a daughter church of St Nicholas in Dunkeswell.
It is currently in a poor state of repair, but the Dunkeswell Abbey Preservation Fund aims to raise funds for ongoing maintenance.
Holy Trinity is not licensed for the performance of marriage ceremonies.
Despite many years of struggling to keep the church running, the regular services at Holy Trinity ceased at the end of 2015 and the Church is now closed for regular worship, although occasional worship services can still take place.
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Published in 2020 by Phil Taylor with assistance from Keith Taylor, our fully updated history of Dunkeswell Abbey is available to purchase with all proceeds supporting the Dunkeswell Abbey Preservation Fund.