Holy Trinity Sloane Square
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The organ in Holy Trinity is one of the finest and largest in any parish church in England.
Concerts are hosted throughout the year with a huge diversity of music – fitting for a church that the former Poet Laureate John Betjeman described as the ‘cathedral of the arts and crafts movement.’ The organ in Holy Trinity is one of the finest and largest in any parish church in England. Originally built in 1891 by JW Walker & Sons, it was one of the most modern organ designs of its time. John Dando Sedding, the church architect, was himself an accomplished organist and he provided in his design for the church a magnificent and capacious organ chamber over 40 feet high.
Holy Trinity Church is in the very heart of Central London, at the top of Sloane Street (opposite end to Knightsbridge), just off Sloane Square, Chelsea. The nearest tube (less than a minute from the church) is Sloane Square, on the District or Circle Lines, one stop from Victoria.