Wool - St Joseph

An impressive 1960s church design, responding thoughtfully to the needs of the post-Vatican II liturgy. The function clearly dictates the form, resulting in a building that is visually memorable as well as fit for purpose. Little has been changed since 1971. The Triodetic spaceframe roof structure is not generally associated with churches but enables a large uninterrupted space for the celebration of the Mass. The interior furnishings and fittings are essential to the totality of the design.

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Yelverton - Holy Cross

An accretive stone-faced church dating mostly from the inter-war period.  The building is not of special architectural interest but is mostly builder’s work with an individual local character.

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