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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Yeadon – St Peter and St Paul

A light, bright moderne design of 1956, with Art Deco touches, by the busiest post-war practice in the diocese. Until... Read More

Yealand – St Mary

Built from designs by Edward Paley for Richard Gillow of Leighton Hall, and outdoing the local Anglican church in size,... Read More

Yelverton – Holy Cross

An accretive stone-faced church dating mostly from the interwar period, with an individual local character. The church... Read More

Yeovil – The Holy Ghost

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

Ynyshir – St Mary Magdalene

A functional design of 1997, replacing a church of 1929 destroyed by fire. Advantage is taken of the sloping site to... Read More

York – English Martyrs

A good and fairly complete 1930s church of the traditional Early Christian style popular with interwar Catholic... Read More

York – St George

A Gothic Revival church by Joseph and Charles Hansom, displaying renewed Catholic confidence at the time of the... Read More

York – St Paulinus

A modest 1960s church of no great architectural pretensions but with a pleasing, homely interior and some furnishings... Read More

York – St Wilfrid

High Victorian design in French Gothic style by George Goldie, who was not cowed by the proximity of York Minster. A... Read More

York (Acomb) – Our Lady

A post-war suburban church in brick Basilican style, with a handsome interior. The former village of Acomb lies about... Read More

York (Clifton) – St Joseph

A simple design built of rustic brick, with a Westmorland slate roof. The attached brick campanile lends it a certain... Read More

York (Tang Hall) – St Aelred

A post-war church of portal frame construction, serving an interwar housing  estate. The  glazing and... Read More

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