Here is a complete listing of the churches of England and Wales that have been assessed under the 'Taking Stock' project.

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Abbey Hutton – Our Lady and St Benedict

A stripped Romanesque design of the early 1960s by E. Bower Norris, its square tower in particular giving it some... Read More

Abbey Wood – St Benet

A small and plain neo-Romanesque church of the early 20th century, one of many built in the Diocese under the patronage... Read More

Abbey Wood – St David

A functional modern church of 1964, built to serve the Abbey Wood Estate. The exterior is plain, while the interior is... Read More

Abbeydale, Sheffield – Mother of God and St Wilfrid

Built in Early English Gothic style by the Sheffield architects Hemsoll & Paterson, the church opened in 1901 as... Read More

Abbots Bromley – Sacred Heart

An architecturally modest chapel of some historical interest, located at the heart of the medieval town and... Read More

Abbots Langley – St Saviour

A large church of the early 1960s, modern in architectural style and conventional in its liturgical planning (just... Read More

Abingdon – Our Lady and St Edmund

A fine example of a Catholic church of the 1850s and 60s built on Puginian principles. The architects, William Wardell... Read More

Accrington – St Anne

An interwar church in the Norman Revival style, built to replace a school-chapel of 1899 (demolished). The most... Read More

Accrington – St Joseph

A post-war Norman Revival church, notable for being built with voluntary labour, apparently without the involvement of... Read More

Acklam – St Francis of Assisi

An inter-war design in Early Christian-cum-Italianate style, this is a well-composed, generously-scaled building which... Read More

Ackworth – Our Lady of Lourdes

A cruciform, simple brick building given external interest by the use of cast stone modern tracery to the windows. The... Read More

Acocks Green – Sacred Heart and Holy Souls

A fine and substantial interwar Gothic design by G. B. Cox, built in two stages, and intended from the outset as a war... Read More

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