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.
- Grant Recipient: St Hilda's PCC
- Contact for access: Mr Paul Butterfield
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