“The church looks lovely inside today” said the chap watching me take photographs in Hulls’ Old Town.
I asked if it was OK to have a look around, and maybe take some photographs. “Sure” he said “You get a great view from the pulpit”
He wasn’t wrong. The font you can see at the end of the Nave weighs two tons. William Wilberforce was baptised in it. Mind you, there were some other pretty amazing views to be had as well.
..and finally, outside
If you live in Hull, and have not been around Holy Trinity then you are missing out. I got there early this morning and pretty much had the place to myself, which was wonderful for me, but rather sad really, in that more people should be seeking out “the largest parish church in England” and having a look round. Breathtaking.