Friday, 20 March 2020

Churches (56) : Holy Trinity, Hatton

The parish church of the Holy Trinity in Hatton, Warwickshire mostly dates from a complete rebuild in 1888 though a church has been on the site since the 12th century. The rebuild was financed by local millionaire Alfred Hewlett with George Younger as the architect. Not all of the church was rebuilt then, the West tower dates the 15th century. Some of the finishings such as the stained glass are also from earlier centuries.

The tower is built from ashlar with the later parts of the church rock-faced masonry. The church has a clerestory with low gables and a South porch.