Christ Church, known in the twelfth century as Holy Trinity, was one of the three crossroads churches - the others being St Ewen's and All Saints - but lies at the apex of the north-east quadrant and may therefore represent an extension northwards from the probable (?tenth-century) planned Anglo-Saxon town.
A fair was held at the feast of Holy Trinity in the twelfth century at Bristol, where the church of Holy Trinity, with Norman, if not Saxon fabric, is recorded from 1147.
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