LAST week’s guest church was Holy Trinity, Cowling, as correctly identified by a number of people - Clifford Meehan, Paul Weatherhead , Marilyn Shuttleworth, and Peter, from Leeds, who comments on ‘the prominent , curved church yard path, Lutheran red door and heavily buttressed tower’.

It was also correctly identified by the Rev Canon Michael Cowgill, who now lives in Steeton, but who was vicar of Cowling from 2007 to 2014.

Built in the perpendicular gothic style in 1845, the church was designed by Robert Dennis Chantrell, a church architect probably best known for designing Leeds Parish Church, and also Christ Church, Skipton.

Inside, there was a west gallery, now removed. The stalls were installed in 1956, from the workshop of Thompson ‘Mouseman’ of Kilburn.

A board by the door records a grant from the Incorporated Church Building Society towards 500 free sittings.

Interestingly, Philip Snowden, who served as Chancellor of the Exchequer in the first two Labour governments, was born in the village.

When he was awarded a viscountcy in 1931, his full title was ‘Viscount Snowden, of Ickornshaw in the West Riding of Yorkshire’. In the early 1930s, Mr Snowden spoke in the local dialect of Cowling on a gramophone produced by the Yorkshire Dialect Society.

Viscount Snowden’s ashes were scattered on Ickornshaw Moor where there is a memorial cairn to mark the fact that he ‘died in the love of his native land’.

What about this structure, pictured above. Its been taken at an angle to hide the name of the village.

Suggestions by 8am on Monday to