The Diocese of Southwark was founded in 1850, being elevated to become an archdiocese in 1965. It encompasses the areas of the London Boroughs south of the River Thames, the whole county of Kent and the Medway unitary authority.The cathedral is in Southwark, London, and is dedicated to St George. 207 churches were visited for Taking Stock (2009).

Tooting (Links Road) – Our Lady of the Assumption

A modern building of little historical or architectural significance in itself, though containing some fragments of... Read More

Tooting Bec – St Anselm

An interesting design, fusing elements of Classical, Gothic, Romanesque, Byzantine and Romanesque design,  symptomatic... Read More

Tunbridge Wells – St Augustine

A 1970s example of the work of Maguire & Murray, whose 1958 church at Bow Common Lane London was highly... Read More

Vauxhall – St Anne

A red brick Gothic church of distinctive and original design, its saddleback tower a prominent feature in the Vauxhall... Read More

Waddon – St Dominic

A functional design of the early 1960s, conventional for its date both in plan and design. However, the building is... Read More

Walderslade – St Simon Stock

A functional design of 1970-71, of little architectural or historical significance. In the 1950s a Mass Centre was... Read More

Wallington – St Elphege

A thoughtfully-designed church of the early 1970s by Austin Winkley, reflecting the ideals of the Second Vatican... Read More

Walmer – Sacred Heart (chapel-of-ease)

A confident Gothic design of the 1880s by the Pugin firm, intended as the chapel for an enclosed religious order. Apart... Read More

Walworth – English Martyrs

An early twentieth century Gothic Revival church occupying a prominent corner site, and forming a good group with the... Read More

Wandsworth – St Thomas à Becket

A powerful Decorated Gothic design in red brick and Bath stone by Edward Goldie and completed by his son Joseph, which... Read More

Wandsworth (East Hill) – St Mary Magdalen

The building occupies an important position in the conservation area, overlooking the historic Huguenot burial ground.... Read More

Waterloo – St Patrick

A modest dual-purpose school-chapel of the late nineteenth century by F. A. Walters. The main frontage is in a... Read More

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