Nottingham

The Diocese of Nottingham has 141 churches (as of 2011). The cathedral is in Nottingham and is dedicated to St Barnabas. The diocese was founded in 1850 and encompasses the counties of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Rutland. It is a suffragan diocese in Province of Westminster, and is subject to the Archdiocese of Westminster.

Burton-on-Trent – The Holy Rosary

A former Methodist chapel standing on a locally prominent site. Of standard design for the date (1907), the building... Read More

Buxton – St Anne

This Gothic Revival church of 1861 is a late work of the notable Catholic architect J. J. Scoles. Part of a group of... Read More

Caistor – St Thomas More (Chapel of Ease)

A modern church housed in an extended 19th  century former printing works.  The  chief  significance  of  the... Read More

Calverton – St Anthony

A   modern   neo-Vernacular   design,   nicely   detailed   and   built   with flexibility in... Read More

Castle Donington – The Church of the Risen Lord (Chapel of Ease)

A modern functional structure, not of architectural or historical significance. The present Catholic community in... Read More

Chaddesden – St Alban

A good example of the many large Catholic churches built to serve post- war suburban estates. It is in the... Read More

Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak- St John Fisher and St Thomas More

The small church is an attractive feature in an inter-war residential area, faced in local stone, designed in a simple... Read More

Charley – Abbey Church of Our Lady and St Bernard

Mount St Bernard was the first abbey to be founded in England since the Reformation.    This Cistercian foundation... Read More

Clay Cross – St Patrick and St Bridget (Chapel of Ease)

A modest late 19th   century brick chapel, serving a  coal  mining  area, much altered in the 1980s. A chapel... Read More

Cleethorpes – Corpus Christi

A  modern  polygonal  building  of  pleasing  design,  incorporating  a number of features from the previous... Read More

Clifton, Nottingham – Corpus Christi

Large angular church, Gothic in spirit if not in detail, built by Reynolds & Scott in the mid 1960s to serve a new... Read More

Coalville – St Wilfrid of York

A 1950s church of conventional plan form, with modern construction techniques. It has a concrete frame, buff brick... Read More

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