The Parish Church of All Saints, Roberttown

Roberttown is a West Yorkshire village of approximately 4000 inhabitants, lying at the top of a hill above the Spen valley.

In the early 1840s, the Vicar of Liversedge saw the requirement for a new church to serve the growing community of Roberttown, and purchased two acres of land from Sir Joseph Ratcliffe, of Rudding Park, near Harrogate. The church was consecrated in 1845 and the adjacent Church School opened shortly afterwards; this continued to serve the village until the 1970s, when a new school was built approximately 1/4 mile away.

Calls Architecture have developed designs to improve the church building, and to provide flexible space that will greatly increase the ability of the Church to accommodate non-religious activities.  This is vital for its continued existence as an important community resource and as a continuing focus for the village.