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Have your say on Holy Trinity Churchyard - Cllr Neil Sandison

March 12, 2019 10:03 PM
By Rugby Lib Dems

NS Holy TrinityCouncillor Neil Sandison (Eastlands) is urging residents to participate in the Holy Trinity Churchyard consultation.

Along with the Friends of St Andrew's Gardens, Cllr Neil Sandison, and fellow ward Councillor Sue Roodhouse, want to conserve and refresh an important historic landmark site in rugby town centre.

There will be an opportunity for the public to view the plans at the next Sustainable Saturday at St Andrew's Church on Saturday 4 April between 10am and 3pm. For those who are unable to come to the church views can be emailed to talkinthepark@rugby.gov.uk

Holy Trinity Church was built in 1854 as a chapel of ease for the nearby St Andrews Church in Church Street. There is still a connection between the site and St Andrews Church as John Moultrie, late Rector of St Andrews and Rugby is buried in its grounds.

Commenting, Cllr Neil Sandison, said:

"The aim is to get the churchyard refurbished and replanted to be established as a recreational space for the growing population of town centre residents and visitors to Rugby.

"The display of the drawings at St Andrews Church on Sustainable Saturday on 2 March generated a lot of interest. We hope more residents will get involved and help restore this popular town centre walk and seating area."