View of Church Lane from Main Street Church Lane is a residential street in Emmerdale. It connects to Main Street and Hotten Road. The street holds many of the village's households as well as David's Shop, St. Mary's Church, a Playground and Emmerdale Village Institute. Buildings in Church LaneEdit David's Shop Farmers shop owned by David Metcalfe, formerly Hope for the Best, Leyla's and Home Farm Fayre.Farrers Barn Located on Main Street, currently home to David Metcalfe and Jacob GallagherSt. Mary's Church Formerly School House and the Village Tea Rooms, the current church opened in 2002 after Zoe Tate burned down the original whilst suffering a nervous breakdown.Gennie Walker Memorial Playground The children's play area is located between the church and the village hall. It was named in memory of the late Gennie Walker.Emmerdale Village Institute The setting for any of the village's Christmas nativities, tea parties or other events relevant to the local community. Destroyed in August 2015 when a helicopter crashed through the roof.Tenant House Currently home to Megan Macey and her young daughter Eliza. Also known and referred to as Annie's Cottage from when Annie Sugden used to live there.Jacobs Fold Owned by Kim Tate. The property is currently the home of Charity Dingle and Vanessa Woodfield, their sons Noah, Moses and Johnny as well as Charity's granddaughter, Sarah.Cemetery Formerly the churchyard of the old St. Mary's Church. Home to various past residents of Emmerdale.Add a photo to this galleryTriviaEdit Church Lane's postal code is HT2 8PR. Retrieved from "https://emmerdale.fandom.com/wiki/Church_Lane?oldid=198532" Categories: Locations Roads Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.