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All Saints'
All Saints' Church
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Location Bramham, West Yorkshire
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Status Parish Church
Heritage designation Grade II listed building
Style Medieval
Materials Magnesian limestone with slate roof
Parish Bramham
Deanery New Ainsty
Archdeaconry York
Diocese Diocese of York
Province York

All Saints' Church in Bramham, West Yorkshire, England is an active Anglican parish church and Grade II* listed building in the Deanery of New Ainsty, the Archdeaconry of York and the Diocese of York. It is part of The Bramham Benefice, a group of four churches serving villages to the east of Wetherby in the LS23 postcode area. The current Priest in Charge is Reverend Nicholas J. Morgan, MA.


The church originally dates from the 12th and 13th centuries; the earliest known parts were built around 1150. It was altered in the 19th and 20th centuries. The church contains various monuments to the Fox-Lane family of Bramham Park, most notably George (1697-1773).

Architectural style

The church is built of magnesian limestone and has a pitched slate roof. The church has a tower to its western side with a spire atop. The tower has three offset stages, a round-headed window and clocks on the southern, northern and western face. The church has an ornate lychgate on the southern side of its boundaries.

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