The Archdiocese of Westminster was founded on 29 September 1850. It covers the Greater London boroughs north of the Thames and west of Waltham Forest and Newham, as well as the districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-Thames, and the county of Hertfordshire.The cathedral is in Victoria, London, and is dedicated to the Precious Blood. 216 churches were visited for Taking Stock (2013).

Garston – Our Lady and St Michael

A late 1950s church built with a conventional longitudinal plan, typical of Catholic churches of the time. An original... Read More

Golders Green – St Edward the Confessor

A handsome and substantial early twentieth-century Gothic church by Arthur Young, with flushwork decoration to the... Read More

Grahame Park – St Margaret Clitherow

Lanners of Wakefield built a large number of centrally-planned tent-roofed churches in the 1970s, of which St... Read More

Greenford – Our Lady of the Visitation

The church is very much a product of its time. Externally it is not a building of great distinction but everything is... Read More

Grove Park – St Joseph

A simple, brick and portal frame structure, very characteristic of the 1960s, with a single worship space plus a... Read More

Gunnersbury – St Dunstan

A plain, brick structure, built in 1931 as part of a larger school development. The site backs onto Gunnersbury Park,... Read More

Hackney – St John the Baptist

A 1950s church, its interior defined by great transverse arch bay divisions. The church is built on the site of... Read More

Hammersmith – St Andrew Bobola (Polish church)

A mid-Victorian Gothic Revival church, originally built for a Presbyterian congregation. On passing to Polish Catholic... Read More

Hammersmith – St Augustine

A brick Romanesque-style church of moderate size, built during the First World War. It is does not have major... Read More

Hammersmith (Brook Green) – Holy Trinity

An impressive early Victorian Gothic Revival church which shows the assured hand of its architect. It has much notable... Read More

Hampstead – St Mary

This small church dating originally from 1816 is one of the earliest Catholic churches in London and contains the tomb... Read More

Hampton Hill – St Francis de Sales

A large brick church, typical of the 1960s and the architects who designed it - Burles, Newton & Partners who... Read More

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