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.
A light, bright moderne design of 1956, with Art Deco touches, by the busiest post-war practice in the diocese.
Until... Read More
Built from designs by Edward Paley for Richard Gillow of Leighton Hall, and outdoing the local Anglican church in size,... Read More
An accretive stone-faced church dating mostly from the interwar period, with an individual local character.
The church... Read More
A Gothic Revival church by the architect and mission priest, Fr (Canon) Alexander Scoles, and one of his best designs.... Read More
A functional design of 1997, replacing a church of 1929 destroyed by fire. Advantage is taken of the sloping site to... Read More
A good and fairly complete 1930s church of the traditional Early Christian style popular with interwar Catholic... Read More
A Gothic Revival church by Joseph and Charles Hansom, displaying renewed Catholic confidence at the time of the... Read More
A modest 1960s church of no great architectural pretensions but with a pleasing, homely interior and some furnishings... Read More
High Victorian design in French Gothic style by George Goldie, who was not cowed by the proximity of York Minster. A... Read More
A post-war suburban church in brick Basilican style, with a handsome interior.
The former village of Acomb lies about... Read More
A simple design built of rustic brick, with a Westmorland slate roof. The attached brick campanile lends it a certain... Read More
A post-war church of portal frame construction, serving an interwar housing estate. The glazing and... Read More