Holy Trinity Church, Westcott, Surrey, by Sir George Gilbert Scott, built 1851-52. The south aisle was added in 1855. Terry Wooden explains that the church is "in 14th century Gothic or Decorative style, mainly in dressed flint and with a shingled spire.... The unusual mosaic reredos of coloured figures on a gold background was erected in 1882. The window behind it depicts the Ascension, and was presented to the church in 1883. It was made by James Powell & Son (Whitefriars) Limited.

Left: View from churchyard with celtic cross. Right: The reredos and East window.

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Wooden, Terry. Holy Trinity Church, Westcott: Notes for Visitors. Available in the church.

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