Plymouth

The Diocese of Plymouth has 103 churches (as of 2009). The cathedral is in Plymouth and is dedicated to St Mary and St Boniface. The Diocese of Plymouth was founded on 29 September 1850. It contains the counties of Dorset, Devon and Cornwall, along with the Isles of Scilly. It is a suffragan diocese in Province of Southwark, and is subject to the Archdiocese of Southwark.

Axminster – St Mary

A small church of considerable character designed by William Wardell and built under the direction of George Goldie,... Read More

Barnstaple – St Mary

Modern church adjoining and replacing a neo-Norman church of the 1840s. The new church is not of particular... Read More

Beaminster – St John

An unexceptional exterior and an attractive interior, fit for purpose and with some worthwhile contemporary fittings... Read More

Bideford – The Sacred Heart

A modest late 19th" century church with later additions, forming a picturesque composition in the Bideford... Read More

Blandford Forum – Our Lady of Lourdes and St Cecilia

A modest 1930s Gothic-style church of no particular architectural significance. The interior is of some quality, and... Read More

Bodmin – St Mary and St Petroe

Bodmin was the centre of Catholic missionary activity in Cornwall in the late 19th" century, when the Canons... Read More

Bournemouth – Christ the King

A good mainstream example of a 1960s church, built at the time of the Second Vatican Council, still traditional in its... Read More

Bournemouth – Our Lady of Victories and St Bernadette

A modest sub-Arts & Crafts style church. Though attractive externally and internally it is not distinguished... Read More

Bovey Tracey – Holy Spirit

A modest church of the inter-war period, with an attractive interior of distinctly Italianate character. The first... Read More

Braunton – St Brannoc

Small stone-built chapel built on the site of an ancient chapel, close to a Holy Well.  The church is very... Read More

Bridport – St Mary and St Catherine

A bold and interesting 1970s design let down by poor detailing and materials and largely undistinguished internal... Read More

Brixham – Our Lady Star of the Sea

A bold and unusual design, prominent in the townscape of the conservation area, and with a semicircular seating plan... Read More

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