The historical and cultural delights of Holy Trinity were on show to the public as part of the Heritage Open Days.
There was a packed programme of activities including opportunities to climb our famous tower for stunning views of Hull, art exhibitions and themed hunts and eye-spy activities for children.
Visitors also put their feet up at our Trinny Tea Café which will be open every day with homemade cakes, coffees and teas.
Special events during the weekend included:
- Famous Hull author Val Wood talks about the heritage and history of the old town and how this inspires her writing. Friday, 11am. Entrance £5.
- Hull in Paint Exhibition – free event sponsored by Hull Civic Society showing scenes of Hull. Artist in Residence Julia Allum exhibits her work.
- Free music recitals in the chancel. On Friday,12th September: 1pm - Lucinda Taylor (Harp), 2pm - David Lawrence (Guitar). Saturday, 13th September: 2pm - Christopher Heron (Violin), 3pm - Kieren Iannidinardi (jazz trumpet).
- Tower Tours. Saturday 10am – 3.40pm; Sunday 1.00pm – 3.40pm. Entrance £2.
- Saturday Family Day – medieval themed activities in the square include demonstrations of stained glass window making, stonemasonry and geology, There will also be a court jester, medieval monk and time travelling entertainer performing throughout the day, and medieval musical entertainment.