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St Hilda, Cross Green Lane

St Hilda, Cross Green Lane, Leeds LS9 0DG View on map

Landmark church at a major gate way into the city built 1882 by Yorkshire architect J T Micklethwaite for Anglo-Catholic worship. . Plain exterior but internally very decorative. All woodwork elaborately carved and painted in late Victorian, restrained Gothic style, as originally envisaged by Micklethwaite, although executed in the twentieth century.


Opening Arrangements

All year: Wednesdays 11am - 12noon. Additional times under review at time of publication.


M1 junction 45, SE of Leeds city centre, church is beside East Leeds link road. Rail: Leeds (1 mile). Bus: please visit for information.

Parking Spaces


On the street outside the church.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes