Much of the fabric of the Holy Trinity church, Skipton dates from the 14th and 15th centuries, though the church was restored following the English Civil War (1642-1651) by Ann Clifford who was also responsible for restoring Skipton Castle. It contains 16th and 17th century tombs of the Clifford family and stained glass by Kempe an Capronnier. It occupies a commanding site in the centre of the town and is listed Grade I. We have been the church architects for over 50 years.

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