Church of St Hilda, Cross Green :: Shared Description

The grade II listed parish church (list entry 1375246) dates from 1882, by architect J T Micklethwaite. It serves one of the more deprived areas of Leeds, and has always had an Anglo-Catholic tradition.
by Stephen Craven
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SE3132 : Church of St Hilda, Cross Green, Leeds  by Stephen Craven
SE3132 : St Hilda, Cross Green - pipe organ by Stephen Craven
SE3132 : St Hilda, Cross Green - nave and rood screen by Stephen Craven
SE3132 : St Hilda, Cross Green - archangels window by Stephen Craven
SE3132 : St Hilda, Cross Green - Lady Chapel by Stephen Craven
SE3132 : St Hilda's church, Cross Green, Leeds by Stephen Craven
SE3132 : St Hilda, Cross Green - chancel and east window by Stephen Craven


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Created: Mon, 16 Sep 2019, Updated: Mon, 16 Sep 2019

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