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Holy Trinity, West End

Holy Trinity, West End, Queensbury, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD13 2AJ View on map

Anglican parish church by James Mallinson, built in 1843 with donations from the Foster family of Black Dyke Mills fame and the Speak family. Extended in 1906 when the tower was moved from the west to the north-west position. Clock faces to all sides of the tower


Opening Arrangements

All year: Sundays 11am - 12pm; Mondays (school term-time only - not Easter, Christmas or August) 9am - 11am; Third Thursday of the month (April - October) 10am - 11.30am; Last Thursday of the month (except Christmas) 10am - 11.30am; Third Saturday of the month 10am - 11.30am. Access outside these opening times, Carol Bower Church warden (07714 220042), Fraser Tordoff (07927 421848).


In the centre of the village on A647 Bradford - Halifax or via A644 Shelf to Denholme. Rail: Halifax (4 miles), Bradford (5 miles). Bus: Route 576 from Halifax or Bradford.

Parking Spaces


Road side parking adjacent to church on the main road

Disabled Access

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