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).

Market Rasen – Holy Rood

A church largely rebuilt in the 1860s, but incorporating the volume of the nave, part of the west wall and the... Read More

Market Warsop – St Teresa of the Child Jesus

A modern church and hall on a raised site. One of a series of churches in the diocese by John Rochford, who... Read More

Marple Bridge – St Mary

An attractive mid-Victorian group of church, presbytery and school, designed in a simple domestic Gothic style and... Read More

Matlock – Our Lady and St Joseph

A modest Gothic Revival church of the 1880s, built of local stone, with later additions and alterations. The side... Read More

Measham – St Charles Borromeo

A new dual-purpose building, incorporating some elements from its predecessor built in 1881. Measham was originally a... Read More

Melbourne – Our Lady of Mercy and St Philip Neri

A modest early twentieth century chapel built by the Kerr family of Melbourne Hall and adjacent to their park wall. The... Read More

Melton Mowbray – St John the Baptist

A charming small church by the Lincolnshire builder and antiquary E. J. Willson which is associated with A.W.N. Pugin,... Read More

Melton Mowbray – St Peter

A concrete-framed church typical of the 1960s which retains something of its original interior character. *Update:... Read More

Narborough – St Pius X

A modest concrete-framed post-war building, built as a dual-purpose church and hall, with a stone front.  Sunday Mass... Read More

New Mills – The Church of the Annunciation

A Puginian Gothic church designed by the notable Catholic architects Weightman & Hadfield. It is part of a good... Read More

New Ollerton – St Joseph

A church built in the 1990s on a relatively low budget, but with a bright and welcoming internal character. New... Read More

Newark – Holy Trinity

A church built in the late 1970s, with a somewhat fortified external air, striking octagonal plan and atmospheric... Read More

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