All Hallows' will open to visitors for a weekend in September as part of the National Heritage Open Days Festival.
England's largest festival of history and culture, which involves thousands of volunteers and organisations, brings people together to celebrate their heritage, community and history
The event will give visitors the chance to explore our church, to study the elaborate 500-year-old ceiling and to visit the bell tower, which houses one of the finest peals in Yorkshire.
Saturday, September 10: 10am to 4.30pm.
Sunday, September 11: 2pm to 4.30pm.
Roof picture by Fran Wilson.