Church of England Diocese of Leeds Farnley

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The present building is mid Victorian, but there was a much earlier building on the site. Stones from the old building were used in the rebuilding and parts of the north wall seem not to have been demolished at all. Some archaeologists have detected Roman tooling on some of the exterior stones, indicating that the mediaeval church had itself used stones from a much earlier building. The vestry has been altered to provide a disabled toilet and a small kitchen..