The Diocese of Nottingham was founded in 1850, and encompasses the counties of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Rutland. It is a suffragan diocese in Province of Westminster, and is subject to the Archdiocese of Westminster. The cathedral is in Nottingham and is dedicated to St Barnabas. 139 churches were visited for Taking Stock (2011).

Cleethorpes – Corpus Christi

A  modern  polygonal  building  of  pleasing  design,  incorporating  a number of features from the previous... Read More

Coalville – St Wilfrid of York

A 1950s church of conventional plan form, with modern construction techniques. It has a concrete frame, buff brick... Read More

Corby Glen – Our Lady of Mount Carmel (chapel-of-ease)

A good example of a mid Victorian rural Catholic church with an especially fine set of stained glass windows by John... Read More

Cotgrave – Our Lady of Grace

A modern and utilitarian design, not of special interest.No information has been obtained. The church appears to date... Read More

Crowle – St Norbert

A church and contiguous house by Hadfield & Son, one of several Catholic churches built in North Lincolnshire by... Read More

Deeping St James – Our Lady of Lincoln and St Guthlac (chapel-of-ease)

An interesting design of the 1960s, somewhat compromised by the filling in of the porch. The medieval font, statue of... Read More

Derby – St Joseph

A functional design of the 1980s with a fairly striking interior.A school-cum-chapel was built on the site in 1876,... Read More

Derby – St Mary

One of the most important examples of A.W.N. Pugin’s developing style, his first large parish church, his most... Read More

Derby (Allestree) – Holy Family

Holy Family is typical of the more modest church buildings constructed in the post-war years to serve Derby’s... Read More

Derby (Alvaston) – English Martyrs

A fairly large mid-twentieth century church in the stripped Romanesque- Byzantine style favoured by its architects,... Read More

Derby (Chaddesden) – St Alban

A good example of the many large churches built to serve post-war suburban estates. It is in the round-arched, austere,... Read More

Derby (Mackworth) – Christ the King

A good example of a post-war church built to serve a new housing estate, with an inventive plan and dramatic internal... Read More

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