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 functional modern church of 1964, built to serve the Abbey Wood Estate. The exterior is plain, while the interior is... Read More
An architecturally modest chapel of some historical interest, located at the heart of the medieval town and... Read More
A large church of the early 1960s, modern in architectural style and conventional in its liturgical planning (just... Read More
A small Wesleyan chapel built in 1864 and acquired by the Aberystwyth Carmelites for Catholic use in 1957. The chief... Read More
A functional structure built as a dual-purpose church and hall during the Great Depression, overlooking the confluence... Read More
An untypically neo-Romanesque design of the 1860s by Benjamin Bucknall, which together with its contemporary... Read More
A modern, functional design of the mid 1970s, built to accommodate increasing numbers during the holiday season.... Read More
Abergavenny remained an important Catholic centre during the penal years. The present church was built by the... Read More
One of three unusual and distinctive Catholic churches by the Italian engineer and architect Giuseppe Rinvolucri built... Read More
A stone-built chapel of plain Gothic design, built in 1879 by the Benedictines as a combined school and chapel-of-ease... Read More
A simple stone-built church of the mid-1950s, with additions of 1969-70, designed by Maurice T. Pritchard of Blaenau... Read More
A Capuchin foundation, this modest nineteenth century church built of sandstone and granite was constructed in 1875-6.... Read More