Home> Places to Visit>
Sykehouse Holy Trinity Church, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
SYKEHOUSE HOLY TRINITY CHURCHAlthough there is some evidence of a chapel having existed at the end of the 12th century, the earliest definite reference is of a licence dated the 20th December 1425, granted to Edmund Fitzwilliam for a chapel to celebrate divine offices - probably an extension of his house.
Between 1850 to 1886, the present church was built, together with a new vicarage and school. The church is in the style of the 13th century and retains the tower of 1724. A new belfry and slated spire were added.
- You can zoom in and out using the controls on the left side of the map.
- The map can move around by dragging with the mouse.
- As this is powered by google maps which is still in beta it may lock from time to time. If this occurs please use your browsers refresh button to reload the map.
Tell us about a forthcoming event...
Have you been? WRITE A REVIEW!