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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Wycliffe – St Mary

A handsome mid-nineteenth century chapel which has been refitted internally but retains  furnishings of considerable... Read More

Wymondham – Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury

A concrete frame church of 1952 by local architect Donovan Purcell, extended in 2000-1. It contains the only known... Read More

Wythenshawe – St Aidan

A striking, unusual design combining blunt Art Deco forms with Romanesque details. The interior has high quality... Read More

Wythenshawe – St Hilda and St Aidan

A design and build project which is nevertheless an attractive design, with the interior spaces handled well. In... Read More

Wythenshawe (Baguley) – Sacred Heart and St Peter

A functional building capable of providing a range of facilities, but lacking special architectural or historic... Read More

Wythenshawe (Peel Hall) – St Elizabeth

A flexible building with a dignified interior but without special architectural or historic interest. Wythenshawe was... Read More

Wythenshawe (Woodhouse Park) – St Anthony

An imposing and monumental building by an architect of note. The church has a rich, little-altered interior with strong... Read More

Yarm – St Mary and St Romuald

One of several in the diocese by George Goldie, the church is in a vigorous High Victorian style, built of brick and... 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

Yateley – St Swithun

A functional building with a large internal space, built in the grounds of Yateley Hall. Part of a large complex of... 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

Yeading – St Raphael

An elegant modern design on a traditional plan, lying at the heart of a post-war council housing estate. There is... Read More

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