Scunthorpe - St Bernadette

A    polygonal    church    design    of    1980;    fit    for    purpose    but    not architecturally exceptional.

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Shirebrook - St Joseph

A red brick Gothic Revival church of the early  20th   century, built to serve an expanding mining town. The exterior is modest, the interior quite stately. The character of the building has been somewhat compromised   by   later   additions   and   by   the   loss   of   the   original sanctuary fittings and painted decoration, but much good stained glass remains.

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Sileby - St Gregory

A modest Victorian brick Gothic chapel, of some architectural interest for the vigorous brickwork of the exterior.

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Sinfin, Derby - Holy Spirit (Chapel of Ease)

A  modern  prefabricated  structure,  of  little  or  no  architectural  or historic interest.

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Skegness - Sacred Heart

A  simple  functional  design  of  1950,  of  no  special  architectural  or historical interest.

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Sleaford - Our Lady of Good Counsel

An idiosyncratic Victorian Gothic church by a little-known local architect which with its adjoining presbytery forms a pleasing group in the local conservation area.

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Sneinton - St Bernadette

This Chapel of Ease is located in a modern school building, and is not of architectural or historic interest.

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South Wigston - St Mary

The original modest early 20th century church was built to cater for the working population of Wigston, an industrial suburb of Leicester.   It was one of many Catholic churches in the Diocese built by the Leicester builder F.J. Bradford KSG. The character of the building has been much changed by alterations and enlargements carried out in 1980.

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Southwell - Our Lady of Victories

A  laminated  portal  frame  church  of  the  early  1960s  in  the  modern Gothic  style  then  favoured  by  its  architects,  Reynolds  &  Scott.  The church is prominently located on a raised site, and the design takes full advantage of this, giving it a presence which belies its relatively small size. The church was well extended in 1997.

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Spalding - Immaculate Conception and St Norbert

A recent church of contemporary and functional design, incorporating some furnishings from the previous (M.E. Hadfield & Son) church.

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Spilsby - Our Lady and the English Martyrs (Chapel of Ease)

An early 20th century Gothic style brick church, of townscape value and interesting for its use of terracotta dressings.

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St Ann's, Nottingham - Our Lady and St Edward

The rather unprepossessing exterior of the church contrasts with the reposeful and attractive plain Gothic character of the interior. The church is a late manifestation of Gothic in the Diocese, with added interest given by the additions and alterations made in the 1960s by the notable Catholic architect Gerard Goalen.

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Stamford - St Mary and St Augustine

An idiosyncratic High Victorian church by the eminent Roman Catholic architect, George Goldie, built of stone in a stone town. Its distinctive west front and unusual bellcote are prominent features in the conservation area.

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Stapleford - St John the Evangelist

A utilitarian brick design of the early 1950s, in the stripped basilican style popular at that time. An intended tower was never built.

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Sutton-in-Ashfield - St Joseph the Worker

An ambitious and well-detailed post-war church in the modern Romanesque style, occupying a prominent position in the townscape of Sutton.

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Swadlincote - St Peter and St Paul

St Peter and St Paul is a building of typical design and materials for the mid-20th  century date, in a plain round-arched style but with an unexpectedly richly-carved pedimented stone entrance. The associated presbytery  and  shrine  are  of  some  interest,  in  particular  the  latter which is probably of 19th century date and a war memorial.

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Syston - The Divine Infant of Prague

The church developed out of a temporary post-war structure. While of little architectural interest, the building of the church after the last war with mostly voluntary labour is a noteworthy example of community enterprise.

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The Briars Residential Youth Centre

A modern Mass centre forming part of a residential centre opened in 1970. The core of the site is a much altered and extended pair of early 20th century stone cottages built by a local Quaker.

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Tideswell - The Immaculate Heart of Mary

A modest early 19th  century village church, built using simple Gothic details and notable for the vernacular character of the simple bench seating and roof structure. The church makes a positive contribution to the conservation area of Tideswell, a large village with medieval origins in the Peak District National Park.

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West Bridgford, Nottingham - Holy Spirit

A modest building of the 1970s; the primary interest of the church lies in its internal decorative scheme of murals and stained glass.

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