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Holy Trinity Church Maidstone from the air

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aerial Photograph of Holy Trinity Church Maidstone Kent UK.The Grade II listed Church of the Holy Trinity on Marsham Street was built 1826-1828. to a design by Architect John Whichcord. Church use stopped in 1966 and the building has since been used by the The Trinity Foyer providing homeless charity services.

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