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.

Narborough – St Pius X

A  modest  concrete-framed  building  dating  originally  from  the  late 1950s, originally built as a... Read More

New Mills – The Church of the Annunciation

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

New Ollerton – St Joseph

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

Nottingham – Bishop’s House

Handsome  late  19th   century  detached  red  brick  house,  which  despite some   alterations ... Read More

Nottingham – Cathedral Church of St Barnabas

The Cathedral church of the Diocese. Built in one phase by A.W.N Pugin with his builder George Myers, and funded in... Read More

Nottingham – 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 – Our Lady and St Patrick in the Meadows

A  modern  church  of  hexagonal  design  serving  a  post-war  housing estate. Not of special architectural... Read More

Nottingham – St Paul

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

Nottingham – The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Nicely detailed church of the early 1930s in Italian Basilican style, one of several churches in the Diocese built by... Read More

Nottingham – Willson House

Commercial 1960s office building, lying in a sensitive location to the west of the Cathedral, but not of special... Read More

Oakham – St Joseph

A simple and functional modern complex combining church, hall and presbytery, designed by a local architect who built... Read More

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