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Victorian Church

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  • 60 people
  • 4 hr min
Halstead, UK
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Victorian architect Sir George Gilbert Scott built this market-town landmark in the 1840s to serve Halstead's community west of the River Colne. Holy Trinity is one of the first examples of a Gothic Revival church in the Early English style. Its tall tower and broach spire form a prominent and handsome feature of this north Essex market town. The interior, which includes a lofty clerestoried nave, is graceful, and the church is beautifully lit by stained glass of the nineteenth and twentieth-centuries.

Category and style

Church/Temple

Gothic/Victorian

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking

Features

Exposed Beams
High Ceiling
Wood Doors
Inlaid/Patterns Floor
Tiles Floor
Stone Walls
White Walls
Whitewashed Walls
Stained Glass Windows

Crew access

Street Level

Questions

  • Q: What's the maximum attendees I can have at this location?

    A: Henry allows 60 attendees on location

  • Q: What types of activities are allowed at this location?

    A: Henry allows production, events and meetings

Location
Exact location provided after booking
from £30/hr