One of the traditional chapels of St Mary's, the others being St Nicholas and St Andrew. Part of its fabric was incorporated into the medieval Chapel Mill, which was demolished in 1960. A last fragment was photographed by the Daily Echo in the 1930s (image below).

Trinity Chapel: Remains of Wall

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The last remaining fragment of the chapel at the junction of Chapel Road and Marine Parade, photographed in the 1930s.


see also


Further reading:

Trinity Chapel and Fair, by O.G.S. Crawford. Hampshire Field Club Papers Vol 17 p 45-53. (H/f)


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