Blackpool - St Margaret Clitherow

Interesting drum-shaped design of the late 1960s.

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Blackpool - St Monica

Functional post war church, of some interest as a late building by Tom Mellor, with original commissioned artworks.

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Bolton-le-Sands - St Mary of the Angels

Built  at  the  expense  of  two  well-known  wealthy  local  Catholic  families.  The external appearance is a little severe, but the church is prominently located on a corner site and is of high townscape importance. The interior is tall and narrow, and particularly richly furnished and adorned.

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Carlisle - Christ the King

Post war church, not (on the basis of external inspection) of special architectural or historic interest.

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Carlisle - Our Lady and St Joseph

A handsome late nineteenth century red sandstone church in Perpendicular Gothic style by Dunn, Hansom and Dunn. It forms a good group with the presbytery (by the same architects), and makes a positive contribution to the conservation area.

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Carlisle - St Augustine

Post war church, not (on the basis of external inspection) of special architectural or historic interest.

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Carlisle - St Bede

A  substantial  post-war  church  in  early  Christian  style  by  the  prolific  Wilfrid Mangan.

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Carlisle - St Edmund

Post war church, not  of special architectural or historic interest.

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Carlisle - St Margaret Mary

Gently modern post-war reinterpretation of early Christian Basilican style.

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Carnforth - Our Lady of Lourdes

This is not considered to be a building of special architectural or historic interest, although the interior is an attractive space.

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Catforth - St Robert of Newminster

Designed by a Catholic architect of some standing. Its chief interest lies in its polychrome decoration, stained glass windows and its evocation of the Catholic martyrs.

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Caton - Our Lady Immaculate

Of local interest as a relic of industrial archaeology.

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Claughton-on-Brock - St Thomas

Early post-Relief Act church in chapel style, much embellished in later C19 under the patronage of local family. In an idyllic rural setting, and notable for the quality of its fittings and furnishings.

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Cleator - St Mary

A good example of an E W Pugin church which retains much of its original character  and  furnishings.  Notable  for  its  radical  yet  thoughtful  and  non- destructive 1970s re-ordering.

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Cleveleys - St John Southworth

Post war church, not of special architectural or historic interest.

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Cleveleys - St Teresa

The church is not without interest, principally for its interior, but it is not a building of great architectural or historic importance.

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Cockermouth - St Joseph

A modest chapel of the 1850s of no great architectural pretension but which makes a positive contribution to the conservation area.

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Coniston - Sacred Heart

A relatively unaltered mid-Victorian church by James O’Byrne, with a distinctive saddleback tower and, housing a sanctuary window apparently donated by John Ruskin. Essentially a simple vernacular church in a pretty setting above the village of Coniston.

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Cottam - St Andrew and Blessed George Haydock

Early post-Relief Act church with important local historical associations and with a good interior.

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Dalton-in-Furness - Our Lady of the Rosary and St Margaret of Scotland

Early twentieth century church in simple lancet Gothic style, originally built for Anglican use.

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