Dodding Green - St Robert and St Alice

The building is primarily of significance as a rare example of a Catholic chapel incorporated into a private house during penal times. The interior of the chapel has eighteenth and nineteenth century fittings.

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Egremont - St Mary

An interesting  post-war design in early Christian/Basilican style.

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Fernyhalgh - St Mary

An early post-Relief Act church built close to a significant local shrine, richly embellished by Fr Richard Gillow.

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Fleetwood - St Edmund of Canterbury

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

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Fleetwood - St Mary

A church by E.W. Pugin which is a good example of a smaller church by this architect,  with  a  high  degree  of  architectural  interest.  

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Fleetwood - St Wulstan

St Wulstan is a brick church with some Byzantine touches, not unusual in of mid twentieth century Roman Catholic church design, but executed with care and with some good detailing.

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Flookburgh - St Cuthbert

Not of special architectural or historic interest.

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Freckleton and Warton - Holy Family

Of some interest as a dual purpose building erected under the patronage of two prolific clerical builders, but not of special architectural interest.

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Frizington - St Joseph

Simple-mission style church of the 1890s.

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Galgate - St Joseph

Stone built former school building which makes a positive contribution to the local streetscape.

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Garstang - St Mary and St Michael

Good  stone  built  gothic  church  and  presbytery,  by  the  architect  of  Lancaster Cathedral, with a good interior.

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Goosnargh - St Francis

Typical post-Relief Act mission-style church with important historical associations and good group value with attached presbytery and school room.

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Grange-over-Sands - St Charles Borromeo

Compact stone-built church in Early English style in the heart of this attractive seaside town. 

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Grasmere - Our Lady of the Wayside

An attractive, traditional design built in sympathetic local materials. The architect was a prolific designer of churches in the Diocese.

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Great Eccleston - St Mary

The interior is if interest as a later and relatively unaltered example of a post-Relief Act chapel-style building. However, the exterior has been much altered.

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Halton - St Robert Bellarmine

Of interest primarily as a surviving vernacular building.

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Hambleton - St Francis of Assisi

Modern structure, not of architectural or historic interest.

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Harrington - St Mary

Late nineteenth century Gothic revival church, forming a good group with the contemporary presbytery and school.   The simple interior with its elaborate hammerbeam roof is typical of several of the smaller nineteenth century RC town churches in West Cumbria.

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Hornby - St Mary

Modest building of 1820, hidden behind a handsome Georgian presbytery. Of particular historical interest for its associations with the Revd Dr John Lingard.

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Kendal - Holy Trinity and St George

A fine example of pre-ecclesiological gothic revival architecture by a locally- renowned architect.

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