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Former places of worship in the Diocese of Southwark


Status Borough Present parish Built Build architect converted or used for purposes other than worship Southwark SOUTHWARK, HOLY TRINITY & ST MATTHEW 1824 Francis Bedford

Ref: SOU12

Further information

Properly known as Newington, Holy Trinity but in recent times better known as Southwark, Holy Trinity. The name derives from being built on land granted by Trinity House. A plain, rectangular Bath stone church with main portico to the north elevation, porch to south; low pitched copper roof with pedimented gable ends to east and west. Tower above the north pediment. This is a summary of the full statutory list description which can be found online at Images of England either by an address search or by registering for "advanced search" and using the reference 471419. It was declared redundant in 1972, with permission for lease as an orchestral rehearsal hall and recording studio. The parish was united with Southwark St Matthew in 1974; a rebuilt St Matthew's is now the parish church. The freehold of the site and building was sold in 1977 and it is now the Henry Wood Concert Hall. It was rebuilt internally as an open hall with a new west gallery. The bells were re-cast and re-hung in Waterloo, St Andrew with St Thomas (WAT01), and later moved to Walworth, St Peter.

Address Postcode (if located) Grid reference Grade Listed Building ref. (if applicable) Listing found? (if applicable) CPW / CCC report on file? Record office & reference Diocesan property reference no.

Trinity Church Square SE1 4HY TQ 324 795 2 471419 YES NO LMA/P92/TRI 0280/pkt75


Record office: LMA=London Metropolitan Archives CPW/CCC refers to the reports prepared on churches proposed for demolition Click on grid reference to view a location map (accurate to within 100 metres) For further information contact [email protected] Last updated July 2007



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