Halifax-Parish-Church official website

Other relevant pages

Wikipedia site https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_Minster


Thought to be the third church on this site. The earliest evidence is from the Norman period and there are carved chevron stones from the 12th Century.

Halifax grave cover in the Minster dated circa 1100

An early drawing of the church around 1700

Lower Kirkgate, 1825, by John Horner. This drawing, published in 1835, also shows old houses prior to their demolition in 1825, heralding a period of urban expansion in the second quarter of the 19th Century. One of the half timbered buildings in the foreground bears the sign 'Bradley - Gingerbread maker, wholesale and retail'. (photograph courtesy of Bankfield Museum)

top entrance

houses above the Ring o'bells

Moot Hall

A collection of interior Minster photographs can be found here http://zombieparentsguide.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/halifax-minster.html