Holy Trinity Church has been at the heart of Bledlow for over 1000 years. During this time the building has developed and changed to serve the needs of the community.
The HARP (Heating And Re-ordering) Project seeks to renew the purpose of a very special structure in a way that enables it to be used flexibly, yet preserves and protects its existing character, integrity and significance.
To make the main body of Holy Trinity a safer and warmer environment, the floor will be levelled in the nave, with a stone floor throughout. A new fume-free quieter and more efficient under-floor heating system will also be installed. The doors will be restored so that they fit properly, making them as draught-free as possible, and the wiring system will be updated. See the ground plan and elevation sections
The objective is to give us a more comfortable, flexible, safer space to prepare for services, occasional offices (baptisms, weddings, funerals) Explorers etc.
In order to achieve this we need to raise a total of £225,000, of which we have now raised
£202,446. Fundraising update
- We should be very grateful for your donation.To contribute, please download and return this form.
- If you would like to discuss any aspects of this project, please contact our fundraiser, Jennifer Thomas.
Bluebell Afternoon Tea
Sunday, April 29th
at Dene Croft, Oddley Lane, Bledlow.
Tea and Cake will be served from 2.30-5pm
No charge, but donations are invited.
Bring & Buy Stall,