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Amazing architectureSpectacular stained glassInteresting churchyardInterpretation of site available

Welcome to our church. This church was built between 1837 and 1839, on land given by Earl Fitzwilliam of Wentworth Woodhouse.

The Church is very interesting to visit, with lots to see. The nave is spacious and wide, since there are no side aisles. The roof spans the whole width. The nave is very light, due to most of the pointed lancet windows having plain glass. The central lancet of the east window depicts Christ in glory, after his ascension to heaven.

There are some interesting monuments in the churchyard, including the war memorial with a statue of a soldier of the First World War. The names of those who died were unveiled and dedicated in 1920 and later names from the Second World War were added.

If you know anything more about the heritage of this site and would like us to include it here please contact us.


Open at specified timesTours for groups and schoolsGenerally accessible to wheelchair usersParking at Church or nearbyAccessible by public transportRefreshments at site or nearbyToilets at site or nearby

Address: Sough Hall Avenue, Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham, S61 2QJ

Opening Times: he church is open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and Saturday 10am 12pm.

Contact: 0114 2463487 or

Directions: M1 J35. Take A629 to Rotherham. Take 3rd left B6086 Brook Hill then 2nd right Sough Hall Road. Church at bottom of hill.

Grid Reference: SK 378 960 GB Grid


The text has been written by volunteers from the site, more information can be found when you visit in person.


Thorpe Hesley Holy Trinity Rotherham Grand North


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