St Oswald's Church, Guiseley
|St Oswald's Church|
|St Oswald King & Martyr|
|Location||Guiseley, West Yorkshire|
|Dedication||Oswald of Northumbria|
|Parish||Guiseley with Esholt|
The church dates back to the late-11th or early-12th century with later additions. The church was altered significantly by architect Sir Charles Nicholson in 1909. The church was Grade I listed on 19 September 1962.
The church is built of squared sandstone with a graduated slate roof. The church has a west tower and a combined nave and chancel.
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- Liz Holt (2007) "The Parish Church of St Oswald, Guiseley - A Brief History and Guide" (Liz North) available from the church