Clifton

The Diocese of Clifton has 123 churches (as of 2016). The cathedral is in Clifton, Bristol, and is dedicated to SS Peter and Paul. The Diocese of Clifton was founded on 29 September 1850. It covers the counties of Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Somerset, and includes the major centres of Bath, Bristol, and Swindon. It is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Birmingham in the Province of Birmingham.

Whitchurch, Bristol – St Bernadette

A 1960s church of highly distinctive construction and design, with a double hyperbolic paraboloid roof evoking the... Read More

Wincanton – St Luke and Teresa

A large urban church built by Canon Scoles for the Carmelites, whose priory to the rear of the site he had built... Read More

Winchcombe – St Nicholas

The main body of the church is a modest but pleasing building formed out of a small former grammar school of the... Read More

Wiveliscombe – St Richard of Chichester

A modest, steel-framed church built after the Second Vatican Council, within the Wiveliscombe Conservation... Read More

Woodchester – The Annunciation

A magnificent church of the 1840s, by a major Catholic architect and a testament to the deep faith of its founder.... Read More

Wotton-under-Edge – Holy Cross

The significance of the building lies in the fact that it occupies the early nineteenth-century engine house of a... Read More

Wroughton – St Joseph

One of three identical designs produced for churches in the Swindon area in a climate of post-war austerity, with... Read More

Yate – St Paul

An interesting contemporary design of 1980, with church and hall under a single A-frame steel structure. The fitting... Read More

Yatton – St Dunstan and St Antony

A small prefabricated timber hut, used by the British Legion until acquired by the local Catholic parish after the... Read More

Yeovil – The Holy Ghost

A Gothic Revival church by the architect and mission priest, Canon Alexander Scoles, and one of his best designs. The... Read More

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