St Martin, Main Street

St Martin, Main Street, Seamer, North Yorkshire YO12 4QG View on map

Major Norman building built by Percy family in early 1100s with a wide nave and moulded chancel arch. South doorway Norman, door 13th century or earlier with long hinges and provision for barricading. North aisle added late 15th century. Rood screen 1686 and Jacobean panels to pulpit. Late 19th century east window by Burlyson and Grylls. Three memorials from 1830s by William Behnes.


Opening Arrangements

Every Sunday: 12.30pm - 1.30pm. Wednesdays, 4 April - 31 October: 1pm - 3pm. Fridays in August: 10am - 4pm. Saturdays 13 January - 8 December: 10am - 12pm. Art exhibition: 2 - 9 August inclusive, 1pm - 4pm (Sunday 5 August, 12.30pm - 4pm). History Weekend: 8 and 9 September, 10am - 4pm.


Main road through the village on southern edge. B1261 off A64. Rail: Seamer (1 mile). Bus: Route 843 (Coastliner York and Leeds). Routes 118 and 128.

Parking Spaces


Unrestricted on-street parking.

Disabled Access

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