The Church of St Thomas the Martyr is a fine Classical building dating back to 1792-93. It was designed by James Allen and, with its handsome east end fronting onto a busy commercial street, has something of the style and impact of a church in Rome.
James Allen’s design retained the 15th century west tower of the earlier church. There is a fine ring of eight bells, all cast by local founders from the 15th to the 19th century. At the east end is a reredos of 1716 and at the west a gallery of 1728-32, both transferred from the previous church.
On the north of the chancel is a superb 18th century organ case. Some of the other furnishings are 18th century, but most date from the 1896 restoration by H Roumieu Gough. They are excellently designed and all contribute to one of the best interiors in Bristol.
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Tel: +44 (0)117 929 1766
|Open (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)|
* A volunteer might be available to guide you around. Please call 0117 929 1766 or email Bristol@tcct.org.uk to arrange
Open from 9:30am until 5:00pm Monday to Friday