Sunday, 24 December 2017
St Paul's Church, Denholme, West Yorkshire.
St Paul's Church is a seemingly abandoned but definitely redundant church overlooking the town of Denholme, West Yorkshire. It was granted Grade II listed status on the 7th March 1985 and was in use from opening in 1846 until a farewell service was held on the 5 September 1999 in the new graveyard, The last service inside the actual church was June 1997 when it was closed due to structural and safety reasons. There is no legal access in to the building now so my pictures were taken around the outside, although I would have loved to have had access inside the structure, there are pictures available online of the interior.
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