Borough
Architectural period
Architectural type
Facility

We will be launching the 2022 programme in mid-August

  • Entering Holy Trinity Church Bow
  • Tom Grennan Film Shoot
  • Ben & Ellie's Wedding Reception
  • London Festival of Architecture - Gathered Relics
  • C J Hendry's "Epilogue" installation at the HAC Bow June 22
  • Interior view
  • The Heritage & Arts Centre Bow

Holy Trinity Church in Bow

Daniel and James Austin local surveyors

place
Morgan Street, Bow, E3 5AA
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Disabled access, Toilets, Parking

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: Mile End
train
Nearest train: Stratford, Liverpool Street
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Bus routes: 339, 125, 205, 425, 277
Holy Trinity Bow, a Grade C listed Church and graveyard built between 1834 and 1841 lies within the Tredegar Square Conservation Area on a site gifted by the developer of Tredegar Square, Sir Charles Morgan.

Events

Saturday 4th September
Guided Tours
schedule Time: 10.30am to 5pm
group Capacity: 12
Guided Tours begin on the hour from 11am - 3pm
Sunday 5th September
Guided Tours
schedule Time: 11am to 4pm
group Capacity: 12
Guided Tours begin on the hour each hour from 11am - 2pm

Design

Original design
Daniel and James Austin local surveyors, 1834
Type
industrial, mixed use, cemetery, community/cultural, concert/performance space, religious, walk/tour
Period
Victorian