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Holy Trinity, Boar Lane

Holy Trinity, Boar Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS1 6HW View on map

Anglican church 1721-7 by William Etty. The wooden spire was blown down in 1839 and the upper stages added to the tower by R D Chantrell. Boar Lane was realigned and the street frontage rebuilt, 1869- c1875. Wall memorials include those to James Scott, the first minister, d.1782, nephew of the founder of the church, Henry Robinson, d.1736.


Opening Arrangements

Mondays: 10am - 2pm, Tuesday: 11am - 2pm, Thursday: 10am - 2pm, Friday 10am - 2pm, Saturday: all day, Sunday: all day.


Boar lane is in Leeds City centre. Rail: Leeds (5 minutes walk). Bus: Frequent city centre services.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes