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.

Lincoln – St Hugh of Lincoln

A  mainstream  Late  Victorian  urban  church  of  some  size,  its  steeple prominent in the Lincoln... Read More

Long Eaton – St Francis of Assisi

A modest red brick church of c1930, made noteworthy by a dramatic reordering of 1995, with curved sanctuary dais,... Read More

Loughborough – Sacred Heart of Jesus

A post-Second World War church built to serve a new housing estate and  designed  in  a  sub-industrial  idiom... Read More

Loughborough – St Mary of the Annunciation

A   handsome   stucco-faced   building   in   the   Classical   style   with   a prominent... Read More

Loughborough – St Winefride

A very late Gothic Revival church, designed by Allan Reid of Young & Reid and typical of the best inter-war... Read More

Louth – St Mary

A stone-fronted chapel of 1833 in late Perpendicular style by the Lincolnshire builder and antiquary E.J. Willson, who... Read More

Luddington – St Joseph and St Dympna

A   charming,   modest   Gothic   chapel   built   in   the   1870s   for   Irish agricultural... Read More

Lutterworth, Leicester – Our Lady of Victories and St Alphonsus

This modest building is one of a number of dual purpose school-chapels built by C.G. Wray in the 1880s. It has been... Read More

Mablethorpe – St Joseph

A modest and very late Gothic Revival church, built immediately before the Second World War. It incorporates two holy... Read More

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... Read More

Mackworth – Diocesan Centre, attached to church of Christ the King

A standard design of the period, of some note as an early example of a multipurpose  structure,  originally... Read More

Mansfield – St Patrick

 An economical design of the 1980s which is given some interest by its hexagonal plan form and varied roof... Read More

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