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There has been a place of worship in the Village of Bramham since 915 and the present church building was begun in 1150. 

The oval churchyard is Anglo Saxon and the only example in West Yorkshire,  it is now a haven for a large collection of wild flowers. Bramham village is situated immediately east of the Al trunk road approximately three miles south of Wetherby, and is mentioned in the Domesday Survey as the Manor of Bramham. The oldest part of the church was built in around 1150 with additions in the 13th century, and underwent substantial restoration in 1853. The graveyard is believed to be of Saxon origin.

All Saints’ is part of the Benefice of Bramham, in the Diocese of York. St. Mary’s C P School is less than three miles away in Clifford Road, Boston Spa and we share a number of resources with other churches in the benefice.

Church Yard Guide…

Please click here to download a copy of our church yard leaflet

The Open Door Scheme…

The Open Door Scheme started in 1992 and over the years has provided much needed support towards the running costs of this beautiful building. 

However, this year we have an enormous financial challenge. In addition to the income required for the general day to day costs, restoration work is urgently needed to make the Church Tower structurally sound, safe and weather proof, and such work will cost a substantial amount. 

The Church Council is working very hard in organising new events to raise as much money as possible, as well as applying for funds from English Heritage and other such bodies for the Church Tower restoration, but we would be very pleased if more people were to join the Open Door Scheme. Membership costs just £10 per person per number, which entitles you to take part in the quarterly draws with a prize of £100 drawn in September, December, March and June and an extra prize of £25 at Christmas. 

Please click here for an application form.

The Parish Magazines are available online…

Starting with January 2013 the magazine was available to read in ‘flipbook’ format by clicking on the link below. The flipbook should be readable on all kinds of computers, tablets and mobile phones.

Click here to read parish magazines

To ensure you get the best possible result when you read the magazine, please check that you have the latest version of ‘Adobe Flash’ installed on your PC,

Please let us know if you have any problems with reading the magazines online. The previous years magazines will be placed in The Bramham Archive website.

Please note the magazines the are copyright of All Saints’ Church Bramham 2013