St James the Great

Woodhall and Waterloo, Yorkshire


St James the Great
Woodhall and Waterloo
LS28 8JR

Built 1959 by Bradford architects Barker and Jordan. Very typical of the end of the Festival of Britain period, with its “wave” roofline and separate bell tower, reminiscent of Spence’s designs

  • Church of England

  • Foundation Grant, £860, 2020

  • Our Foundation Grants fund urgent maintenance work and small repairs to help keep churches open.

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