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 modest Gothic church of the 1880s by Canon A. J. C. Scoles, built for the Benedictines on land said to have been... Read More
A functional design by Reynolds & Scott. The (probably contemporary) reredos canopy is of some interest and artistic... Read More
Fine early-twentieth century church in basilican style, with applied and integral polychromy, both inside and out. The... Read More
Basilican design, no doubt very old-fashioned for its date. However, the interior is light and elegant.
The church... Read More
A plain, brick church of the early 1960s, built on a traditional longitudinal plan. The prominent campanile forms a... Read More
The building complex forms a readily identifiable group on a principal route in Alfreton. The core of the building is... Read More
An attractive 1930s church, influenced by the work of the architects Bernard Miller and F. X. Velarde.... Read More
A simple small brick church of 1915 with a straightforward interior much enriched recently by the... Read More
Holy Family Allestree is typical of the more modest church buildings constructed in the post-war years to serve... Read More
A mid-nineteenth century church by Anthony Salvin, acquired for Catholic use in the 1980s. As the Church of... Read More
The church and its associated buildings lie on an attractive sloping site on the southern outskirts of Alresford.... Read More
A modest building by F. X. Velarde, given interest and some distinction by individual touches such as the window... Read More