Holy Trinity Church, Lenton
|Holy Trinity, Lenton|
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Diocese||Southwell and Nottingham|
|Vicar(s)||Revd Dr Megan Smith|
The architectural style is early English. Built in stone with a high pitched roof, it consists of a nave with clerestory, aisles to north and south, a chancel, vestry, organ-chamber, and a west end pinnacled tower.
Its dimensions are 123 feet long and 57 feet wide. When opened it had seating for 660 people.
- Albert Ball on the north wall. Captain in the Royal Flying Corps who was awarded the Victoria Cross.
List of incumbents
- George Brown MA 1840 - 1886
- Percy Edward Smith MA 1886 - 1893
- Allan Hunter Watts 1893 - 1917
- Felix Asher BD 1917 - 1922
- W. Aden Wright 1922 - 1928
- Rainald J.R. Skipper, CF, 1929 - 1954 (died in the pulpit of Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Square)
- G. Hill (killed in a bicycle accident)
- R.P. Neil MA, 1957 - 1962
- L.L. Abbott, 1963 - 1967
- R.G. Dunford, 1967 - 1980
- David Williams MA, 1981 - 1987
- W Robert Lovatt MA, 1994 - 2004
- Martin Kirkbride,
- Megan Smith, 2012 -
The tower has a set of eight bells. The church was originally only provided with one bell, but five more were added in 1856. In 1902, two more bells were added, given by the brothers Frederick Ball and Albert Ball. The latter was the father of the First War War ace Albert Ball.
- Mrs. Cooper 1846 -
- Fred Harvey 1883-1919
- Vernon Sydney Read 1919 – 1922 then organist of St. Mary's Church, Nottingham
- Dennis Marriot ???? - 1938 then organist St. Mary's Church, Wollaton Park
- Charles Pickard 1938(?)-1951 then organist St. Andrew's Church, Nottingham
- W. Harry Bland 1951 - 1982 ?
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