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).

Derby (Mickleover) – Our Lady of Lourdes

A striking modern church on a polygonal plan, the interior an attractive space. A combined church and community centre... Read More

Derby (Old Normanton) – St George and All Soldier Saints

A handsome Italianate design by J.S. Brocklesby, built shortly after the end of the First World War. Structural... Read More

Derby (Sinfin) – Holy Spirit (chapel-of-ease)

A modern prefabricated structure, of little or no architectural or historic interest.The building originated as a... Read More

Duffield – St Margaret Clitherow (chapel-of-ease)

A simple modern building in an attractive green setting. Duffield is a village a few miles north of Derby with... Read More

Earl Shilton – St Peter and St Paul

A modest but thoughtfully designed modern church with some interesting fittings by a local sculptor. It was designed as... Read More

East Leake – Our Lady of the Angels

Post-war church in the stripped sub-Romanesque Moderne style popular for Catholic churches in the middle decades of the... Read More

Eastwood – Our Lady of Good Counsel

A simple red brick Gothic church of late nineteenth century date, occupying a prominent position in the townscape of... Read More

Gainsborough – St Thomas of Canterbury

A polychrome Gothic Revival church of the 1860s showing the influence of G.E. Street, this is the earliest of several... Read More

Glossop – St Mary Crowned

The vast urban church is a landmark in the conservation area and associated with the industrial development of Glossop;... Read More

Grantham – St Mary the Immaculate

A building of four main phases which combine to form an attractive working church. Undoubtedly most important is the... Read More

Grimsby – St John Fisher (chapel-of-ease)

A modern parish hall-type structure, not of architectural or historical significance.No historical information has... Read More

Grimsby – St Mary on the Sea

A late Gothic Revival church by the Sheffield firm of M.E. Hadfield and Son. The church was built with financial... Read More

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