Your Personal Town Guide
West Yorkshire
Unusually the church stands away from the centre of the village on a site above the river Wharfe where human remains have been found dating back over a thousand years. Along and around its main street can be found weavers cottages and a former cloth hall where handloom weavers brought their cloth to sell. Former mills have been turned into apartments and with the by-pass taking most of the traffic out of the village, it makes a wonderful place to visit on the way to Ilkley, Skipton or Bolton Abbey.


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Church, Quaker Meeting House
St Peter's Church
St Peter's Church
Church Street, Addingham LS29 0QP

When the Vikings invaded in AD 867, the then Archbishop of York, Wulfhere, took refuge in Addingham. He probably stayed close to where St Peter's church is today. In 1990, when they came to build an extension to the Church Hall, a Saxon burial ground, with around 80 graves, was uncovered. In the church, built in stone in the 15th century, can be seen a Saxon preaching cross. Located down an easy-to-miss track between some houses - although the church sits in a large open field!

Admission: Free (please leave donation)
Open: daily
Tel: 01943 830276 (vicar)

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Farfield Quaker Meeting House
Farfield Quaker Meeting House
Bolton Road, Addingham LS29 0RQ

Located mid way between Addingham and Bolton Abbey in an easy-to-miss location by the side of the road - just past Farfield Hall. Dates from 1689 with pews from Skipton Meeting House dating from 1761! Note box tombs in graveyard - unusual for Quakers. Owned by Historic Chapels Trust.

Admission: Free (please leave donation)
Open: Most days - daylight hours
Tel: 01756 710587

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Market Day
Specialist independent
Memorial Hall
Tourist info Centre
Station Road, Ilkley LS29 8HA
Direct Access
Bus. Central car parking.
1hr Village Walk
Addingham is essentially one long street set in rural countryside. This circular walk takes in a short walk over the suspension bridge on the River Wharfe.
Video Features
See exclusive content of the history of the town's textile industry and Farfield Quaker Meeting House.

Slide Show


Addingham Gala
Addingham Gala

Held on first or second Saturday in July. Parade down Main Street to park with amusements. Includes fell race.

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