Tring is a small market town nestling in the "Tring Pass" at the north-west edge of the Chiltern Hills. Sitting alongside the A41 (the Roman Akeman Street leading eventually to Wales) it is now home to some 13,000 people.

For more information about the town we recommend the Tring Town Council web site, the Tring Together web site and for local news the Tring Today web site
And for Tring's history visit The Tring History Society.
Tring is now a 'Transition Town'. Find out what this means at Tring in Transition.


The Tring Learning Centre is an exciting new venture for the whole community at Tring School, as also is Tring Campus Talks.


Another useful site is The Chiltern Society



Information about church activities can be found at the following web sites:


To contact The Friends of Tring Church Heritage (FOTCH)

 

What would you like to see on the website? How do you think of our heritage and the part played by the church - as a building or as the heart of Tring? What would you like FOTCH to be doing for you?

Whatever your thoughts - let us know! We're always pleased to have new pictures of the church and the area around it. Have you taken a picture of the area or a particular part of the church that you're proud of? Are you a budding artist with a creation of your own? We would welcome all contributions - informative, artistic or even weird - so long as they help to show what the church and its heritage mean to you.


Please email any digital images you would like us to use to. info@fotch.co.uk