The oval churchyard is Anglo Saxon and the only example in West Yorkshire, it is now a haven for a large collection of wild flowers. Bramham village is situated immediately east of the Al trunk road approximately three miles south of Wetherby, and is mentioned in the Domesday Survey as the Manor of Bramham. The oldest part of the church was built in around 1150 with additions in the 13th century, and underwent substantial restoration in 1853. The graveyard is believed to be of Saxon origin.
All Saints’ is part of the Benefice of Bramham, in the Diocese of York.