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Ballywillan (Holy Trinity), Portrush (back)
Ballywillan (Holy Trinity), Portrush (back)
Part of the Church of Ireland (Anglican) Diocese of Connor. The townland and the parish of Baile-Whillin and the town of Port Rosse were names familiar to the 13th century Normans and it was around this time that the original church was built, about 1 mile south of the town, on the edge of the townland. This situation was convenient for the attendance at worship of the inhabitants of the other surrounding townlands in the parish. By 1800, Portrush was still a small fishing port of no more than 30 houses. The next few decades, however, saw rapid expansion of the town, with the growth of harbour business and the middle classes seeking holiday accommodation and residential homes in the area. With the church at Ballywillan having long shown the signs of wear and tear, it was decided to join the example of other denominations and build a church in the town. Building began in 1839 and the new church was consecrated in 1843. The cost of the original building was ?1800, with ?1733 of that (96%) being raised from voluntary donations. Meanwhile, the old church fell into disruin, although the ground around and within continued to be used for burials. It can be seen today at the junction of the Magherabuoy and Ballywillan Roads, opposite the new town graveyard. Although the church had moved into the town, the minister had not. He still resided in a rectory in the Glebe - at the back of the old church you can still see the rusted turnstile and treelined path leading from the church grounds to the house, now in private hands. But in 1896, the Rev J Pim asked that the Glebe lands be sold and a rectory purchased in town. In 1898 land was purchased in Landsdowne Crescent for this purpose. This rectory in turn was sold in 1954 and the present rectory on the Coleraine Road was purchased. Meanwhile, in Ballywillan Church Hall, adjacent to the old church (and still there - the small green hall on the corner), services were still being held for those who lived out of town. This continued until the 1970s, when the congregation then joined the main church in town. During the restoration carried out on Holy Trinity in 2001, the reredos from Ballywillan Church Hall was located, restored and placed behind the altar rail in the side chapel. The generous donations which provided for the building of the church continued after its completion. Around the church are various plaques, some dedicated to the memory of a parishioner, others pointing to features installed by a parishioner or by their family in their memory. The christening font was donated by Rebecca Rice in 1870 and the stained glass window beside the side chapel was dedicated by her family in her memory in 1875. At the eastern end of the south aisle is a stained glass window known as The Light of the World, carrying the inscription "To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of Edith Oulton Who Entered Into the Fuller Life, March 15th 1897". At the western end of the south aisle are the three windows seen here on the left, installed in 1903 in memory of Harriet Leck of Rockryan, a house in the Arcadia area, now developed over. Many of the windows,and other features in the church were acquired, or restored, in this way and the practice continues to the present day, with both individuals, their families and various church groups contributing to or helping to maintain the fabric of the church. The body of the church itself has undergone changes since the 1840s. The chancel was a later addition, added in the 1880s in memory of the Rev. Canon Ffolliot, who died in the vestry after a Sunday service in 1884. The stained glass window above the altar was then dedicated by Col. Eldred Pottinger in 1905. In the 1880s an organ was purchased, although it was not until 1935, when it underwent modernisation, that it was moved to its present site on the south side of the chancel, between the choir and the vestry. The pews themselves used to have doors, which were removed in 1884 to encourage strangers to attend, and, for similar reasons, in 1936 the named cards of seat holders were abolished. In 1883, the clock was added to the church tower. The latest addition was that of a small lecture room (the present church office) and a choir robing room to the outside of the north transept in 1971 - the choir were robed for the first time in 1967. At the time the church was built, the Parochial Rooms were also constructed, although they, like the church, have since been extended. Originally they were built as a residence for the church sexton but they are now used by the Sunday School and by various church groups for meetings and fundraising efforts - book sales, clothes sales, and the addition of a kitchen allows the Mothers' Union to hold coffee mornings to raise much needed funds. The Kelly Memorial Hall has similarly undergone a change of purpose. In 1893 the Earl of Antrim, owner of Dunluce Castle and much of the surrounding countryside, was asked for land to build a new school an
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Rose Holiday home master bedroom, Ireland
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