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 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

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

Aberaeron – Holy Cross

A small Wesleyan chapel built in 1864 and acquired by the Aberystwyth Carmelites for Catholic use in 1957. The chief... Read More

Abercynon – St Thomas

A functional structure built as a dual-purpose church and hall during the Great Depression, overlooking the confluence... Read More

Aberdare – St Joseph

An untypically neo-Romanesque design of the 1860s by Benjamin Bucknall, which together with its contemporary... Read More

Aberdyfi – Christ the King

A modern, functional design of the mid 1970s, built to accommodate increasing numbers during the holiday season.... Read More

Abergavenny – Our Lady and St Michael

Abergavenny remained an important Catholic centre during the penal years. The present church was built by the... Read More

Abergele – St Therese of Lisieux

One of three unusual and distinctive Catholic churches by the Italian engineer and architect Giuseppe Rinvolucri built... Read More

Aberkenfig – St Robert of Newminster

A stone-built chapel of plain Gothic design, built in 1879 by the Benedictines as a combined school and chapel-of-ease... Read More

Abersoch – St Garmon

A simple stone-built church of the mid-1950s, with additions of 1969-70, designed by Maurice T. Pritchard of Blaenau... Read More

Abertillery – St Mary

A Capuchin foundation, this modest nineteenth century church built of sandstone and granite was constructed in 1875-6.... Read More

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