Nottingham

The Diocese of Nottingham has 141 churches (as of 2011). The cathedral is in Nottingham and is dedicated to St Barnabas. The diocese 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.

Cotgrave – Our Lady of Grace

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

Crowle – St Norbert

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

Duffield – St Margaret Clitherow (Chapel of Ease)

A simple modern building in an attractive green setting. Although the worship area has some character the church is... 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... Read More

East Leake, Loughborough – Our Lady of the Angels

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

Eastwood – Our Lady of Good Counsel

A simple red brick Gothic church of late 19th  century date, occupying a prominent position in the townscape of... Read More

Eyres Monsell, Leicester – St John Bosco

An unassuming brick building of the 1980s serving the post-war Eyres Monsell  housing  estate.     It  is... Read More

Gainsborough – St Thomas of Canterbury

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

Glossop – St Mary Crowned

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

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