Holy Trinity Church Millom.
Our regular Benefice Communion services take place here at 10.30am on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month

This, the ancient parish church of the area, dates back to Norman times, originally serving the scattered farms in the area. The Huddleston family, who, for at least five centuries, owned Millom Castle, next to the church, added the south aisle to serve as their chantry chapel. This aisle houses the 15th century sandstone tomb of Sir John Huddleston and the slightly later alabaster tomb of Richard Huddleston and his wife Elizabeth. The latter was vandalised, probably, in the Civil War. At the west end of the Huddleston aisle is the unusual ‘Fish’ window, in the shape of a fish’s swim bladder. It depicts the Annunciation. The font has been re-sited in the Huddleston Chapel. A toilet and servery were installed in 2020.

The church has its own churchyard. The church is an attractive venue for concerts and has a fine organ.

Adjacent to the church is the Victorian school.

The church is situated down a short lane beside Millom Castle on the A5093, about a mile north of the town of Millom. Its postcode is LA18 5EY, and is normally open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. For access at other times, contact the churchwardens, Geoff or Margaret Edmondson, on 01229 772084, gedmondson@btinternet.com