Catholic Churches of England & Wales
Here is a complete listing of the churches of England and Wales that have been assessed under the 'Taking Stock' project.
You can perform and advanced 'Church Search' using the form.
An early-mid 1960s church at the heart of a post-war social housing development. Designed in a stripped round-arched... Read More
A post-war church, replacing a church by J. Young of 1875 destroyed in the Second World War. This is the fifth church... Read More
The Manchester architects Reynolds & Scott designed a large number of well detailed churches with simple, vaguely... Read More
A modern (2000) functional design, housing a church and parish hall under one roof.
In the 1950s Whitefield Urban... Read More
A good example of E. W. Pugin’s work, built by the Benedictines, who made Whitehaven the centre of their West... Read More
An interesting modern design of the 1970s.
The church was built in 1975 on a new site to serve a modern suburb of... Read More
A late nineteenth century dual-purpose school and chapel, built by the Benedictines to serve an area of poor housing,... Read More
A late example of ‘modern Gothic’, showing the stylistic influence of F. X. Velarde.
The church was built in 1960... Read More
A fine neo-Romanesque brick design of the 1920s by a notable Newcastle firm of architects. The scale and external... Read More
An inventive small modern church by Brian Rush, with sheer curving brick walls for external effect and an interior made... Read More
A red brick Edwardian church of modest architectural interest, but some historical interest in that... Read More
A modest and functional church of 1964, built to serve a developing suburb.
The chapel was... Read More