St Michael the Archangel, Church Street, Huddersfield
St Michael the Archangel, Church Street, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD8 9RW View on map
Grade I listed church dating from early 14th century when stone from a demolished Norman church was reused to build a church in perpendicular fashion. A stout 15th century tower affords views over the nearby hillside. In the 17th century small chapels and a gallery were added.
All year: Every day, daylight hours.
Church Street, Emley. Rail: Huddersfield Station (7 miles). Bus: Routes 231, 232 (Huddersfield or Wakefield).
Disabled parking available (2 places).
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes