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St Marys Church, Main Street

St Marys Church, Main Street, Badsworth WF9 1AF View on map

Grade I listed small church built from local sandstone. Most of the church is circa 700 years old. It has a nave, chancel vestry and bell tower with a peal of 6 bells. The stained glass is mainly Victorian. It has an extensive churchyard and a Village war memorial inside the church.


Opening Arrangements

Monday 10am to 3pm; Tuesday 10am to 3pm; Saturday 10am to 3pm


3 miles west of A1, just off B6474. Take 2nd exit off mini roundabout (if coming from A1). Nearest rail station is South Elmsall Bus route - service 485 Wakefield to South Elmsall

Parking Spaces


Schoolyard at weekends and school holidays

Disabled Access

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