All Saints was built in 1864, architect Thomas Healey the finest and most richly detailed of the Bradford churches of this date, tastefully modernised.
The high quality interior, in which only the finest materials and craftsmanship were used, is of the same unified style as the exterior and contains much fine wood and stone carving. There are outstanding stained glass windows. The pulpit and font are of intricately carved alabaster and the encaustic floor tiles cover extensive areas. The Hedgland organ (rebuilt JJ Binns) is used most Sundays.
Thanks to a HLF grant we are inviting tours of the church once lockdown is over, with special emphasis on the social history and the ironwork of Francis Skidmore, with displays.
School parties can enjoy the experience of All Saints, but all visitors are welcome to see the magnificent interior, and wander around the grounds.