Northampton

The Diocese of Northampton has 73 churches (as of 2009). The cathedral is in Northampton and is dedicated to Our Lady Immaculate and St Thomas of Canterbury. The Diocese of Northampton encompasses the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and that part of Berkshire (formerly in Buckinghamshire) that lies to the north of the River Thames.

Aston-Le-Walls – The Sacred Heart and Our Lady

Built in 1827, this is an early (pre-Emancipation) example of a village Catholic church, paid for by the Catholic... Read More

Aylesbury – Our Lady of Lourdes

1960s church of portal frame construction, built to serve a new housing estate. The building has a polygonal plan, and... Read More

Aylesbury – St Joseph

A small town centre Gothic Revival church, conservative for its date, and architecturally unremarkable. In 1843 or... Read More

Aylesbury – The Guardian Angels

1960s  portal  framed  church  built  to  serve  a  large  post-war  housing estate. Not of special... Read More

Beaconsfield – St Teresa of the Child Jesus, St John Fisher and St Thomas More

An interesting building of two main builds dating from the first half of the 20th century and with strong associations... Read More

Bedford – Christ the King

An attractive if (for its time) somewhat unadventurous design in a simplified Romanesque style, originally intended to... Read More

Bedford – Holy Cross

A functional building of the late 1950s, originally intended as a parish hall  for  a  church  that  was  never... Read More

Bedford – St Philip and St James

A  functional  post-Vatican  II  design,  serving  the  post-war  northern expansion of Bedford. Brickhill... Read More

Bedford – The Holy Child and St Joseph

An impressive stone built church, begun in the 1870s and completed in 1911,  by  which  time  its  High... Read More

Biggleswade – St Peter

A functional design of the 1970s, of no special architectural or historical interest. In 1920 a church dedicated... Read More

Bletchley – All Saints

A fairly large (intended to be larger) and late church by Sebastian Comper, in a loosely Classical style, with some... Read More

Bletchley – St Thomas Aquinas

A simple Gothic design by Sebastian Comper, half its intended size. Catholic worship revived in the Bletchley area... Read More

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