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English: The Henry Wood Hall (former Holy Trinity Church), near to Bermondsey, Southwark, Great Britain.

The church of Holy Trinity, Newington was built in 1824 (architect: Francis Bedford), and Trinity Church Square developed around it. The name derives from being built on land granted by Trinity House. It is Grade II listed (reference
471419). It was declared redundant as a church in 1972, and the parish was united with St Matthew, Southwark in 1974; a rebuilt St Matthew's">TQ3279 : St Matthew at the Elephant is now the parish church.

The freehold of the site and building was sold in 1977 and it is now the Henry Wood Concert Hall. It was rebuilt internally as an open hall with a new west gallery. The bells were re-cast and re-hung in a now-demolished church in Waterloo and later moved to St Peter's Walworth">TQ3278 : St Peter's Church, Walworth.
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51° 29′ 57.14″ N, 0° 5′ 37.26″ W

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