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).

Nottingham – Our Lady and St Patrick in the Meadows

A modern church of hexagonal design serving a post-war housing estate.  The first church of Our Lady and St... Read More

Nottingham – St Augustine

A stone-built church on a prominent raised site, designed in the style of the domed churches of southwest France by... Read More

Nottingham (Aspley) – St Teresa of Lisieux

An unusual design, with a hyperbolic paraboloid roof and internal lighting influenced by major contemporary buildings... Read More

Nottingham (Beeston) – The Assumption

A church in the modern Romanesque style widely adopted for Catholic churches in the middle years of the twentieth... Read More

Nottingham (Bestwood Park) – Divine Infant of Prague (chapel-of-ease)

A modern utilitarian structure, not of special architectural or historic interest. The church is a chapel-of-ease,... Read More

Nottingham (Bilborough) – St Hugh of Lincoln

A 1960s church of modest design, the testing ground for the larger and more structurally adventurous St Teresa’s,... Read More

Nottingham (Bulwell) – Our Lady of Perpetual Succour

A fine interwar design in Romanesque-Basilican style, little altered and with a good set of furnishings, including a... Read More

Nottingham (Carlton) – The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

A nicely-detailed church of the early 1930s in Italian Basilican style, one of several in the diocese built by F. J.... Read More

Nottingham (Clifton) – Corpus Christi

A large angular church, Gothic in spirit if not in detail, built by Reynolds & Scott in the mid-1960s to serve a... Read More

Nottingham (Hucknall) – Holy Cross

An unremarkable brick and concrete portal frame church of the late 1950s, which is however notable for some fine modern... Read More

Nottingham (Hyson Green) – St Mary (chapel-of-ease)

A late Gothic Revival brick town church of 1910, one of several in the diocese built by the Leicester builder F. J.... Read More

Nottingham (Lenton Boulevard) – St Paul

A modest Gothic church of 1929 considerably enlarged and extended in the 1960s. The most notable features of the church... Read More

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