Holy Trinity Parish Church Sutton Coldfield Heritage Open Day
A chance to view this stunning Grade-I listed parish church and its partner building the Trinity Centre, to climb the church tower and to celebrate astounding creativity associated with the church and Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield.
Our day will be officially opened by local dignitaries. There will be fun activities for all ages including dressing up and photo opportunities.
There will be stalls from local societies, and refreshments to keep you going. Live music in a range of styles. You will be able to explore our 700-year-old Grade 1 listed church building (where Bishop Vesey is buried) and our modern Trinity Centre. Weather and height restrictions permitting, you can climb the church tower and see unrivalled views over the town and region. You can also see our ancient sundial and the gravestone of Mary Ashford in the grounds of our conservation site which includes the colourful Vesey Gardens. Free guided church tours including the churchyard will be on offer.
Please note – Tower trips are weather permitting and cost £3. Children are free but must be accompanied by a paying adult and fulfill minimum height restrictions.
Holy Trinity is at the top of the hill in central Sutton Coldfield at the junction of High Street (A5127), Coleshill Street and Mill Street. Entrance up Church Hill or by foot from top of Trinity Hill. It is a 5 minute walk from Sutton Coldfield Rail Station and Gracechurch Shopping Centre.Car parking on the day is for disabled badge holders and drop-off only.
Organised by Holy Trinity Parish Church Sutton Coldfield
Date & Time
Sat 9 Sept | 11am–3pm (Last admission at 2.30pm)
Holy Trinity Parish Church, Church Hill, Mill Street, Sutton Coldfield B72 1TF
Booking not required
Full wheelchair access (building)
Level Access (outdoors)
Car parking on day for disabled and drop-off only.