You'll note this war memorial on the village's main street in memory of those who have fought in wars and conflicts over the centuries.
All Saints Church was built in the 12th Century and is the oldest building in the village. Additions to the church such as the spire were added a couple of centuries later. The extensive graveyard contain graves of soldiers from the Battle of Bramham Moor (in 1408) alongside those from the Battle of Towton (in 1461) where some of the most intense fighting took place during the Wars of the Roses. Another war came nearby at Marston Moor (in 1644) during the English Civil War and some the soldiers were also buried in this graveyard.
I didn't go inside the church but spent some time wandering in the graveyard.
There are frequent bus schedules to Bramham from Leeds, Wetherby and Harrogate.
Transdev No. 770 bus runs every half hour Mondays to Saturdays during the day and every hour on Sundays and all evenings.
Please click onto the link and also Metro (Public Transport for West Yorkshire) to find out further information on timetables and fares for travelling to Bramham.