We want to hear your memories of Holy Trinity Church and Robertson Hall, Ship Street

If These Walls Could Talk is a volunteer led project that has been exploring the history of the Holy Trinity Church on Ship Street. The outcome of the research will be a publication which tells the story of the Holy Trinity.

At this stage in the project we have already learnt a lot about the building’s history, but we are eager to find personal stories from individuals who experienced this beautiful building before us. 

We would love to hear history first hand.

C1910 Monochrome postcard bearing photomechanical image of the exterior of Holy Trinity Church, Ship Street, Brighton with Gothic Front.  Image from Brighton and Hove Museums.

We want to hear your memories of Holy Trinity Church Ship Street and the adjoining Robertson Hall in the years before Fabrica took it over in 1996. Your stories could be featured in the publication and shared on our project blog. 

Holy Trinity Church and adjoining Robertson Hall today

Perhaps you or someone you know worshipped at Holy Trinity, or attended special community at Robertson Hall? Perhaps you came to the church in the period after it was deconsecrated in 1984, but before Fabrica opened its doors in 1996.  Were your parents or friends part of the Brighton community during that time? Share our search for stories with them.

All types of memories are welcome, we are really keen to hear from the local community around the building itself.

Contact us via email at pastpresentfuture@fabrica.org.uk or via the Fabrica office phone 01273778646

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