Celebrating Trinity Church centenary

In 1992, it was a hundred years since the building of the Congregational Church in Market Lavington. When it joined with a couple of other local churches, it changed its name to Trinity Church.

We have already seen the bricks being delivered for Building the chapel and some of Mrs Hobbs’ memories of the chapel in earlier times in 100 Years of the Congregational/Trinity Church.

At Market Lavington Museum, we have some reminders of how the centenary was celebrated. As well as church services, there was a flower festival, a square dance and a bazaar.

Village historian and museum founder, Peggy Gye, had some photos of Lavington on display and people could have refreshments there too.

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