St Pauls’ Church in the centre of Mirfield sits next to the former school that now houses the West Yorkshire Print Workshop, where I sometimes work. The church was built in 1881 for the “older, the poorer, and the less well educated inhabitants of the parish of Mirfield”. Nevertheless I think it’s a quite a handsome building, with stonework lends itself to etching. The etching features the church’s bell tower. Sadly it no longer has its bells – they were removed in nearly 20 years ago and are now in a church in South Carolina.