Chilton Trinity Church
|Bridgwater & W. Somerset|
Iron age and Roman pottery have been found at Chilton village. The name Chilton implies a settlement for younger sons.
The village is home to Chilton Trinity School a specialist technology college for pupils aged 11–16.
The Church of the Holy Trinity was established in the 13th century, but the current building dates from the 15th century with 19th-century renovation and has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade-II* listed building.
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