We are delighted to announce that Holy Trinity Church will be participating in Heritage Open Days with an exciting programme of activities suitable for all ages.
Every day family visitors can enjoy one of several activity trails which lead them around the church finding objects and artefacts and of course, our famous mice.
“Trinny Teas” will provide wonderful home-made cakes and refreshments from traditional Victoria Sandwich to light and airy homemade scones. Soft drinks and hot drinks will also be available.
Friday morning sees the return of Hull’s famous writer, Val Wood, who sets many of her works in the Old Town area and docks. Val will be talking about her work and reading form her most recent novel. Tickets for this event can be booked through holytrinityhull.com and cost £5.00 but include a coffee and cake afterwards.
Guided tours of the Church are available on Thursday and Friday and can be booked in advance Once again our tower will be available for tours on Saturday and Sunday, tickets can be purchased on the day for these. Take in the breath-taking views of Hull’s dockside and Old Town.
During the weekend there will be a painting exhibition by resident artist Julia Allum. Julia has been painting the Holy Trinity Christmas card for 5 years and hosts regular artist’s days where painting can be carried out in the peace and perfect tranquillity of the church.
The Beverley Hand Bell Ringers will play in the church on Sunday afternoon.
The Old Town Through the Ages Event will take place on Saturday 12th September. A huge range of medieval stalls, demonstrations of heritage stonemasonry, and medieval characters will be performing in Trinity Square. Come along, enjoy the fun.