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Nottingham Cathedral

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire | NG1 5AE

The Cathedral of St Barnabas has been a place of praise and worship for over 170 years and was designed and built under renowned architect AWN Pugin.

St Peter

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire | NG1 2NW

St Peter’s (in St Peter’s Square, next to M&S) is an ancient building with several contemporary features, where you will find a remarkable oasis of peace and tranquillity at the heart of Nottingham’s busy life.

St Mary the Virgin

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire | NG1 1HN

The largest medieval building in the city known locally as St Mary in the Lace Market.

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Holy Trinity

Lenton, Nottinghamshire | NG7 2FF

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St Christopher

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire | NG2 4AL

St Christopher’s is an early 20th century building serving a parish to the east of Nottingham city centre.

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St John the Evangelist

Carrington, Nottinghamshire | NG5 2DP

A Victorian church, stone built, it was designed in the popular neo Gothic style of the 1840s.

St Leodegarius

Basford, Nottinghamshire | NG6 0GD

Robert de Basford or de Ashby founded a Cistercian priory at Catesby in c1175 and endowed it partly with income from Basford, it is one of only four churches in England dedicated to St Leodegarius.

St Margaret

Aspley, Nottinghamshire | NG8 5GA

The foundation stone of the church was laid in November 1934 and the church consecrated on 15th February 1936.

Kingswood Methodist Church

Wollaton, Nottinghamshire | NG8 1GR

Close to Wollaton Hall and provides a welcoming place for worship and as well as a range of community activities for people in the area.

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St Aidan

Basford, Nottinghamshire | NG6 0ED

Opened in 1905, the church is famous for its 1966 carvings at the top of the pillars by the sculptor Witold Gracjan Kawalec, representing Work, Peace, Mercy, Hope, Life, Guidance, Humility, Justice, Grace and Music.

Christ Church

Cinderhill, Nottinghamshire | NG8 6AD

The church was built in 1855-56 as a chapel of ease to serve the miners of Thomas North’s colliery at Babbington.