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Cabourne, Lincolnshire, St. Nicholas on Main Street. TA 1398 0191. © James Murray. The interior; the font and some grave markers are 11th century. All © David Regan (2019). Another view, the early West doorway, and another interior, all © Chris Stafford (2013). Grade II* listed. A Primitive Methodist Chapel once stood a little way east of the village at TA 1435 0182. Its Genuki entry provides dates of 1854-1945. Its site, now cleared, is roughly where the hedge-line meets the road, seen here in a 2019 Streetview.
Cabrach, Aberdeenshire, the parish church. NJ 3866 2680. © Susan Sinclair. Category B listed, wherein it's dated to 1786. There was evidently an earlier church, as the present church has a memorial dated 1771. The earlier church is dated here to 1580.
Cadbury, Devon, St. Michael and All Angels. Interior view, and the carved wooden priest's stall. SS 9109 0494. All © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. A guide to the church (pdf) is available here. Grade I listed. A cross, tombs etc. in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here.
Cadbury Heath, Gloucestershire,
One Church, on Earlstone Crescent. A sign at the end of the road says "Pentecostal Church". © Janet Gimber (2018).
Caddington, Bedfordshire, All Saints. TL 0640 1985. © Bill McKenzie. Link. Grade II* listed. A Baptist Church stands on Luton Road at TL 0650 1982. The modern building and its 1846 predecessor (Union Chapel) can be seen on a Streetview from 2020. Link. St. Thomas the Apostle (R.C.) stands a little way south of the village on Manor Road, at TL 0652 1902. It can be seen on a 2017 Streetview. Link.
Caddonfoot, Borders, Church of Scotland. NT 4507 3476. © Bill McKenzie. Another view, © Ina Penneyston (2011). Link1. Link2.
Cadeby, Leicestershire, All Saints. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the font. All © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Cadeby, South Yorkshire, St. John the Evangelist (cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust). © Bill Henderson. Link.
Cadeleigh, Devon, St. Bartholomew. Another view and the interior. SS 9140 0791. All © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. A tomb and a headstone are listed separately here.
Cadgwith, Cornwall, St. Mary, a tin tabernacle. Older maps label it as St. Mary's Mission Church. Interior view (taken through a window). SW 7211 1458. Both © Chris Kippin (2019). Link.
Cadishead, Greater Manchester.
Cadley, Wiltshire, Christ Church. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Cadnam, Hampshire, the Methodist Church. This was originally Independent/Congregational, and stands at SU 2954 1375. © Chris Kippin (2022). The Methodist Congregation had previously met in a Primitive Methodist Chapel, now demolished. Its site, at SU 2946 1359, just off the roundabout to the south of the village, was seen by Streetview in 2011. The chapel building extended out to the present hedge-line. Link, which mentions an earlier P.M. Chapel, where now stands "Roselands” by the Police house. I haven't been able to locate either of these.
Cadney cum Howsham, Lincolnshire, All Saints. TA 0169 0335. © Dave Hitchborne. Two additional views - 1, 2, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all
© David Regan (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The former Centenary Primitive Methodist Chapel on Vicarage Lane has a date-stone for 1909. It replaced an earlier chapel on the same site as older maps show an Independent Chapel, though it's on a different alignment. It had been disused for some time before it was demolished. Both © David Regan (2021). There was an earlier Primitive Methodist Chapel in the village, on Main Street, at TA 0179 0347. It stood a little way along the nearest hedge-line on the left, as seen in a Streetview of 2011, and is dated here to 1856.
Cadoxton, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan - see Barry and Barry Island.
Cae Adda, Gwynedd, the former Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, built 1848, rebuilt 1910. It stood originally at SH 6926 3545, but was moved to SH 6922 3522 to make way for a reservoir for the Traws nuclear power station. It's now used by South Snowdonia Search & Rescue. Two further views - 1, 2. All © Howard Richter (2016). Link.
Caelcoed, Flintshire, Methodist Chapel. © Carl Hogan (2015).
Caenby, Lincolnshire, St. Nicholas, is in private ownership, and not readily accessible to the public - the track leading to it was blocked by electronic gates when David Regan attempted to visit in 2019. Several photos of it are, however, available here. TF 0000 8929. Link. Grade II listed.
Cae'r Llan (near Cwmtydu), Ceredigion, St. Tysilio. Two interior views - 1, 2. SN 363 575. All © Mike Berrell (2011).
Caerau, Bridgend.
Caerau, Cardiff (City), Cardiff - see Cardiff (City).

Caerdeon, Gwynedd, St. Philip. The reredos. SH 6512 1814. Both © Kenneth Paver (2011). The lych-gate, the pulpit, and a window, all © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed, wherein it's dated to 1862. The lych-gate is listed separately as grade II.
Caerfarchell, Pembrokeshire, Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (1763). Another view - note the 2 entrance doors. SM 79466 26999. Both © Chris Emms (2009). Another view, © Carole Sage (2015).
Caerhays, Cornwall,
St. Michael. SW 9638 4218. © Bill McKenzie. Another view, © Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Caerhun, Conwy, St. Mary. SH 777 704. © Martin Briscoe.
Caerhun (nr. Bangor), Gwynedd, an unidentified chapel. © Martin Briscoe. Howard Richter has advised that this was a Calvinistic Methodist chapel, built in 1831 and re-built in 1895. It was disused by 2005, by which time a planning application had been lodged to convert to residential use. The application can be seen here. A drawing therein shows a plan of the chapel. SH 5735 6905. Link. Grade II listed.
Caerlaverock, Dumfries & Galloway, the chapel of Caerlaverock Castle is believed to have been on the first floor. NY 025 655. © Steve Bulman (2010).
Caerleon, Newport, St. Cadoc. Link. Caerleon Baptist Church. The small plaque reads "1764, rebuilt 1821". Caerleon Methodist Church (1814). Catholic Church. All © Gerard Charmley (2010). The disused Chapel of St. Cadoc's Hospital. © Janet Gimber (2015).
Caernarfon, Gwynedd.
Caerphilly, Caerphilly.
Caerwent, Monmouthshire, St. Stephen and St. Tathan. Interior view. Link. Evangelical Church. All © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Caerwys, Flintshire, the former Seion Baptist Chapel (1891) on South Street, now in secular use. © Carl Hogan.
Caggle Street, Monmouthshire, Cwmerra Baptist Chapel. ©
Janet Gimber (2014).
Cahir, Co. Tipperary, a distant view of the Church of Ireland. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection. St. Mary (R.C.), interior view. From an old postcard in Susan Heighes's Collection.
Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry, the O'Connell Memorial Church (interior view only). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk, Methodist Church. © Geoff Watt. Toc H Hall. © Alan Taylor.
Caister St. Edmund, Norfolk, St. Edmund. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Caistor, Lincolnshire, St. Peter and St. Paul on Church Street. An interior view, and the font. Link. Grade I listed. The former Congregational Church now serves as a library for a local school. Grade II listed. Methodist Chapel on Chapel Street. Link. Grade II listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel is now a arts/heritage/cafe centre. All © David Regan (2015). St. Thomas More (R.C.). © David Regan (2016). Link.
Calbourne, Isle of Wight, All Saints. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Calceby, Lincolnshire, the slight remains of St. Andrew, in a deserted medieval village. © David Regan (2017). Link1. Link2.
Calcutt, North Yorkshire, former church, now a community centre. © David Regan (2011). Janet Gimber has advised that this was St. Luke's Mission Room, later St. Luke's Church (CoE).
Caldbeck, Cumbria, St. Kentigern. NY 3255 3990. © Steve Bulman. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. Although the My Wesleyan Methodist entry dates it to 1863, it also includes a photo of a date-stone for 1832. NY 3220 4010. © Steve Bulman. Another view, © Alan Blacklock (2010).
Caldecote, Cambridgeshire, St. Michael and All Angels. Another view. TL 3471 5626. Both © Jim Rushton. Another view, two of the interior - 1, 2, a window, and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2015). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Caldecott, Rutland, St. John the Evangelist. SP 8684 9369. © Michael John York. Three further views - 1, 2, 3, two of the interior - 1, 2, the chancel and the font, all © David Regan (2015 and 2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Calder Bridge, Cumbria, St. Bridget (1842). NY 0417 0604. © Dave  Westrap. Link. Grade II listed.
Calder Grove, West Yorkshire, St. John. © Bill Henderson.
Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire, the Old Priory. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, © Alex Parker. Link. Caldey Monastery. © Alex Parker. Link. St. David, from an old postcard in Janet Gimber's Collection. Link.
Caldicot, Monmouthshire, © Margaret Woodley. Link. Grade I listed. St. Paul (R.C.) on Longcroft Road. © Janet Gimber (2015). Link. Elim Pentecostal Church on Longcroft Road. © Janet Gimber (2015). Methodist Church off Jubilee Way. © Janet Gimber (2015). Link.
Caldwell, North Yorkshire, St. Hilda. Another view. Both © Alan Blacklock.
Caledon, County Tyrone, the Caledon Presbyterian Church. © Jack Storey, Monaghan Genealogy Specialist. St. Joseph (R.C.). H 750 461. © Gerard Close. Elim Pentecostal Church, formerly Methodist, and originally Wesleyan.
H 756 455. © Gerard Close (2011). St. John (CoI). H 756 456. © Gerard Close (2011).
Calf Heath, Staffordshire, Calf Heath Methodist Church (1860). Another view. SJ 943 088. © Dennis Harper (2011).
Calke, Derbyshire, St. Giles, of 1826. SK 3693 2234. © Graeme Harvey. Two additional views - 1, 2, both © Janet Gimber (2014). Two interior views - 1, 2, a, window, and the two fonts - 1, 2, all © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade II listed.
Callan, Co. Kilkenny, Callan Friary. © Liam Murphy.
Callander, Stirling.
Callestick, Cornwall, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now converted to residential use. Some old maps call the place Callestock. SW 7714 5051. © Paul E. Barnett (2020). The turn of the 20th century 6" and 25" O.S. maps mark Chapel (Remains of). Unfortunately, each map shows it in a slightly different place, so I don't know where it is (or was), and I can't find any further information about it.
Callington, Cornwall.
Callow, Herefordshire, St. Mary. It dates from 1830, and was built on the site of an earlier church. Two additional views - 1, 2. SO 494 343. All © Dennis Harper (2018). Grade II listed.
Callow End, Worcestershire, St. James (1888). Link (with interior view). Stanbrook Abbey (R.C.) and Stanbrook Abbey Church (R.C.). The religious community has now moved to Yorkshire, but their website has a useful history. The buildings are now in use as a hotel. All © Peter Morgan (2015). Link. Grade II listed.
Callow Hill, Worcestershire, Methodist Church (1864). SO 743 739. © Chris Kippin (2018). Link (scroll down).
Calne, Wiltshire.
Calow, Derbyshire, St. Peter. Link. U.R.C. Link. Both © James Murray.
Calstock, Cornwall, St. Andrew. SX 4365 6925. © Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. The "Chapel in the Woods" at Cotehele, dedicated to St. George and St. Thomas a Becket (ca. 1490). A small plaque gives a little history. Interior view. SX 4253 6855. Link. The Chapel at Cotehele House. It dates from circa 1500, successor to an earlier church. Interior view. SX 4222 6860. Link. All © Paul E. Barnett (2015). The former Mount Zion United Methodist Free Church. SX 4367 6870. The former Baptist Church, now evidently in commercial use. SX 4356 6862. Both © Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Calthorpe, Norfolk, the 13th century Church of Our Lady and St. Margaret on The Street. Interior view. TG 181 317. Both © Richard Roberts (2018). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Calthwaite, Cumbria, All Saints. © Steve Bulman. NY 4694 4009. Link1. Link2 (has an interior photo). Cottage Wood Centre (Methodist). It has date-stones for 1709 and 1905. Interior view. NY 4767 3889. All © Kevin Price (2020). Link, and its history page, which explains that the earlier date-stone was recycled from the predecessor chapel, built as Congregational, later Presbyterian and then Wesleyan. Its precise location is apparently unknown.
Calton, City of Edinburgh - see City of Edinburgh.
Calton, Staffordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. Link. Grade II listed - link. Methodist Chapel. Both © Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Calver, Derbyshire, All Saints. © James Murray. Methodist Church, originally Jubilee Primitive Methodist Chapel (1860). © James Murray. Interior view. © Mike Berrell (2010). Link.
Calverleigh, Devon, St. Mary the Virgin. Another view, the interior, and the screen. SS 9230 1429. All © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade I listed.
Calverley, Leeds, West Yorkshire - see Leeds.
Calverton, Buckinghamshire, All Saints. Another view. Both © David Regan (2017). Link, with history and photos.
Calverton, Nottinghamshire.
Calzeat, Borders, the Broughton, Glenholm & Kilbucho Parish Church. It's dated here to 1804, and there's an illustration of how it appeared before its spire was removed. NT 1136 3570. The former Free Church, now a museum to the writer John Buchan. It pre-dates a map surveyed in 1856. NT 1140 3562. Both © Steve Bulman (2017).
Cam, Gloucestershire, St. George. Methodist Church. Sandy Calder advises that this was built by the Wesleyans in 1825. Both © Graeme Harvey. C3 Community Church. Another view. Both © Graeme Harvey (2012). Link.
Camberley, Surrey, St. Tarcisius (R.C.). Congregational Church. St. Michael at York Town. Link. All from old postcards in Reg Dosell's Collection.
Camberwell, Greater London.
Camblesforth, North Yorkshire, Village Church (originally Wesleyan, 1894). © James Murray.
Cambo, Northumberland, Holy Trinity (1842). NZ 026 857. © Bill Henderson (2011). Grade II listed - link. Link2.
Cambois, Northumberland, St. Andrew Mission Church. NZ 305 836. © Bill Henderson (2012).
Camborne, Cornwall.
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
Cambridge Heath, Greater London, Salvation Army. © Rob Brettle.
Camden Town, Greater London, Greek Orthodox Cathedral of All Saints, on Camden Street. Interior view. Both © Mike Forbester. Link.
Cameley, Somerset, St. James of Compostella is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. Dating from the 12th century, the tower is of the 15th. The church was closed in 1956, it then being in a very poor condition. A determined restoration campaign followed, and it re-opened in 1960. But redundancy followed in 1976, and was transferred to what is now the Trust in 1981. Two further views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, the Clerk's pew, the pulpit and the font. Some wall paintings survive - this example shows the foot of St. Christopher as he was carrying the Christ child across a stream, and here's a jester. I particularly like the crab. An unusual feature is an external flight of steps, giving access to the gallery, built against the porch. ST 60124 57567. All © Carole Sage (2016). Another view, © Janet Gimber (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Camelford, Cornwall, St. Thomas of Canterbury. SX 1075 8387. © Bill Henderson (2017). Link. A former Bible Christian Chapel stands about a mile to the N.N.W. of the village at SX 0999 8545. © Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another former B.C. Chapel stands on Victoria Road at SX 1090 8390. Streetview saw it in 2011, and the attached building to its right has a date-stone which I can partly read - Bethel, School, 1885 (?). United Methodist Free Church on Market Place. It's dated here to 1837, originally as Wesleyan Methodist Association. SX 1061 8376. © Paul E. Barnett (2017). Another view, © Bill Henderson (2017). Grade II listed. Older O.S. maps mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Street at SX 1051 8369. Here are two Streetviews from 2009 - 1, 2. Souls Harbour Church on Clease Road. SX 1046 8349. © Bill Henderson (2017). Link. A Spiritualist Church used to meet in Camelford Hall on Clease Meadows. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. SX 1042 8345.
Camelon, Falkirk, the Parish Church (CoS) on Dorrator Road.
The Church Hall could easily be mistaken for a church. Link. The disused St. John's Church (1838) on Glasgow Road. Link. Also see here for details of proposed partial demolition and re-build. St. Mary of the Angels (R.C.). Another view. Link. Bethany Hall on Baird Street. Another view. All © Jim Parker (2015).
Camelsdale, Haslemere, Surrey - see Haslemere.
Camerton, Cumbria, St. Peter, which stands some distance SW of the village. NY 0355 3006. © O. Messina. Link. Grade II listed. News story (2020).
Camerton, Somerset, St. Peter. ST 6870 5744. © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade I listed.
Camlough, County Armagh, CoI(?), in ruins, on Church Road. William McCutcheon would like to find out some history of this church for an article he plans to write. Can anyone help him? © William McCutcheon. St. Malachy (R.C.). Another view. Both © Richard Edgar (2014).
Cammeringham, Lincolnshire, St. Michael and All Angels. SK 9479 8212. © Dave Hitchborne. Two additional views - 1, 2, both © David Regan (2018). In photo 1 the shadowed north wall displays the remains of an arcade, showing that the church was once considerably larger. Another view, © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Campbeltown, Argyll & Bute.
Campsall, South Yorkshire, St. Mary Magdalene, a fine and interesting church. Another view. SE 544 141. Both © Bill Henderson.
Campsea Ashe (or Campsey Ashe), Suffolk, St. John the Baptist. TM 3299 5590. © Kevin Price (2020). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Campton, Bedfordshire, All Saints. TL 1299 3807. © Bill McKenzie. Link. Grade II* listed. A monument in the churchyard is listed separately as grade II. The cemetery to the north-east of the village has a Chapel, at TL 1334 3874. It can be seen on a Streetview of 2009.
Camrose, Pembrokeshire, St. Ismael. Two interior views - 1, 2. SM 927 201. Baptist Chapel (1838, re-built 1876). Two views of the interior taken through coloured glass windows - 1, 2, and the outdoor total immersion font. SM 929 201. All © Mike Berrell (2010).
Canada, Hampshire, the Gospel Hall on Canada Road. Another view. SU 2896 1804. Both © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. A Mission Room is shown on old O.S. maps at SU 2892 1826. Its site was seen by Streetview in 2020.
Canada Common, Hampshire, the Methodist Church. Originally Primitive Methodist, it's dated here to 1908. SU 2878 1763.
© Chris Kippin (2022). Link.
Canary Wharf, Greater London - see Isle of Dogs.
Candlesby, Lincolnshire, St. Benedict. TF 4557 6734. © George Weston. Another view,
© David Regan (2021). Link. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan) lies about halfway between Candlesby and Scremby, at TF 4494 6738. It's dated here to 1903-1993, and it replaced an earlier chapel of 1841, which old maps show was on the same site. © David Regan (2021).
Canewdon, Essex, St. Nicholas. Two additional views - 1, 2. All © Roger Heap (2015). Link. Grade II* listed.
Canisbay, Highland, Church of Scotland. © Bill Henderson. Another view. © Alex Parker. Free Evangelical Church. © Bill Henderson.
Cann, the former St. Rumbold, now Shaftesbury School Chapel Arts Centre. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection, and thanks to Kevin Price for providing the dedication and current usage. Link.
Cannich, Highland, Fasnakyle Free Church (1868), now unused and in a poor condition. Church of Scotland. NH 336 318. Both © John Mackie.
Canning Circus, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire - see Nottingham.
Cannington, Somerset, Blessed Virgin Mary on Church Street. Another view, the interior, pulpit and rood. ST 25788 39525. Link. Grade I listed. U.R.C. on High Street. ST 2535 3950. Link. The handsome building at the entrance to the cemetery on High Street seems to not be a chapel (at least, it's not marked as such on any maps I can find), but could be mistaken for one. ST 2526 3950. All
© Chris Kippin (2019).
Cannock, Staffordshire.
Cannock Wood, Staffordshire, Methodist Chapel. © Bruce Read.
Canon Pyon, Herefordshire, St. Lawrence. Interior view. SO 4500 4917. Both © Tim Hollinghurst. Another view (
dated 1938), from Christopher Skottowe's Collection. The font, © Chris Kippin (2021). A column capital, and a notable feature, described in the grade I listing as "three massive chamfered strainer arches supporting leaning arcade piers". Link.
Canonbie, Dumfries & Galloway, United Parish Church (CoS and United Free CoS). POWiS dates it to 1821-2, on or close to the site of vanished predecessor. NY 3949 7633. © Bill Henderson. Another view, © Steve Bulman (2012). Link. Category B listed. The churchyard itself, and a monument therein are also category B listed. A former Free Church stands about ½ a mile to the north-west. Seen by Streetview in 2021, it pre-dates a map surveyed in 1857. Its Category B listing dates it to 1851. NY 3882 7708.
Canonmills, City of Edinburgh - see City of Edinburgh.
Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire, Priory Church of St. Mary. Three further views - 1, 2, 3. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and a tombstone. SP 577 505. All © Dave Westrap (2010). Link1. Link2. Link3.
Canon's Town, Cornwall, the former Wesleyan Methodist Church. The building at left is the Sunday School. SW 5332 3519. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). O.S. maps mark St. Thomas's Chapel (Site of) at SX 5309 3503. It stood behind the building seen here in a Streetview from 2021.
Canterbury, Kent.
Cantley, Norfolk, St. Margaret. Another view, three interior views - 1, 2, 3, the font, and a memorial. All © Chris Stafford (2012). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Cantley, South Yorkshire, St. Wilfred. SE 6185 0144. © Bill Henderson. Two interior views - 1, 2, both © Kenneth Paver (2011). Link, with a good history (pdf) here. Grade II* listed, from which we learn that there is fabric of the 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries, with a restoration by Sir G.G. Scott in 1874, and a further restoration, including adding the north aisle, by Comper in 1892-4.
Canton, Cardiff (City), Cardiff.
Cantref, Powys, St. Mary. Two additional views - 1, 2. Paul explains that the damage to the ancient yew trees, evident in the last photo, was caused by a severe thunderstorm just a few days before his visit. NO 0565 2546. All © Paul Wood (2016). Link.
Canvey Island, Essex.
Canwell, Staffordshire, St. Mary, St. Giles & All Saints. © Bruce Read.
Canwick, Lincolnshire, All Saints. This old postcard from Reg Dosell's Collection was previously in the "Unknown" section, and from some slight clues, was thought to possibly be in Yorkshire. However, Janet Gimber has shown that it is of Canwick Church. This link shows some minor changes over the years. Two modern views - 1, 2, and the unusually handsome war memorial. All © David Regan (2017). Two additional views - 1, 2, all © Jim Parker (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Canworthy Water, Cornwall, Living Water Methodist Church, as seen by Streetview in 2021. It's labelled on an O.S. map of 1884 as Methodist Chapel (United), and is dated here to 1859. SX 2229 9162. A short distance along the road, on the same map, is a Bible Christian Chapel, at SX 2231 9165. Streetview saw the site, or conversion - the pink house - in 2021. St. Sidwell was active up to the mid 20th century, and survives as a private residence. It was seen by Streetview in 2021. SX 2233 9185. I can find no references to it on-line.
Caol, Highland, (near Fort William).
Capel, Kent, St. Thomas A Becket, now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. TQ 637 445. © Geoff Watt. Link.
Capel, Surrey, St. John the Baptist. Another view, and the porch. TQ 1755 4075. All © Karel Kuča (2007). Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on The Street has a date-stone for 1876. It can be seen on a Streeview from 2009. TQ 1752 4042. Directly opposite stands the Society of Friends Meeting House, seen here by Streetview in 2009. TQ 1747 4045. Link.
Capel Bangor, Ceredigion, St. David.
© Gerard Charmley.
Capel Betws Lleuca, Ceredigion, St. Lucia.
SN 608 582. © Mike Berrell (2012).
Capel Curig, Conwy, St. Julitta. Dating from the decades either side of 1500, this was originally known as Capel Curig, or Curig's Chapel, from which the village took its name. The chapel's name was changed in 1883 when a new church was built. Two additional views - 1, 2. SH 718 579. All © Dennis Harper (2013). Link. The new church was
St. Curig (1883), but which has since been closed, and is now converted to a holiday let. © Paul Wood. Link has numerous photos - well worth looking at for a superb mosaic.
Capel Cynon, Ceredigion, St. Cynon. SN 383 494. © Mike Berrell (2011).
Capel Dewi, Carmarthenshire, St. David.
© Gerard Charmley (2011).
Capel Dewi, Ceredigion, St. David. SN 452 425. © Chris Emms (2009). Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2, all © Mike Berrell (2012). Bethel Wesleyan Chapel (1901). SN 450 424. © Mike Berrell (2012).
Capel Garmon, Conwy,
the former St. Garmon (CiW) dating from 1862. SH 815 554. © Mike Berrell. Another view. Dave explains that this was originally a Chapel of Ease to Llanwrst, and became a separate parish in 1927. There were earlier churches on the same site. © Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2. Link3. The former Seion Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. SH 816 553. © Mike Berrell. Link1. Link2. Bethania Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands at SH 8151 5565. The Coflein entry supplies dates of 1846, re-built 1878, and lists it as Calvinistic Methodist, but, as Howard Richter has advised, this is erroneous. He points out that the Ordnance Survey maps consistently label the building as Wesleyan, and this is supported by other sources. It can be seen on a 2010 Streetview here - the building with the blue roller door.
Capel Hendre, Carmarthenshire, Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (1900). © Peter Morgan (2012).
Capel-le-Ferne, Kent, Baptist Church, which dates from 1870. TR 278 400. © Geoff Watt.
Capel Llanilltern, Cardiff, St. Elteyrn (CiW). ST 095 799.
© Gerard Charmley.
Capel St. Mary, Suffolk, St. Mary the Virgin. © Murray Lynn.
Capel Siloam, Conwy, Chapel, dating from 1875. SH 833 530. © Mike Berrell.
Capel Tygwydd, Ceredigion, St. Tygwydd (abandoned). SN 271 436. Taken through a window, the sad interior. Both © Mike Berrell (2010).
Capel-y-Ffin, Powys, the tiny St. Mary (1762). Interior view. Baptist Chapel. All © Gerard Charmley (2010). Link (for both churches). The former Monastery, founded by Father Ignatius. Another view, and the church, which is in ruins, though only 100 years old or so. Wikipedia says it was badly-built. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Capel-y-Groes, Ceredigion, Unitarian Chapel. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3. SN 526 480. All © Mike Berrell (2012).
Capenhurst, Cheshire, Holy Trinity. SJ 368 738. © Bruce Read.
Capernwray, Lancashire, Evangelical Church (formerly Methodist). SD 542 724. © Elaine Hindson.
Capheaton, Northumberland, United Methodist Free Church. © Peter Morgan (2009).
Cappoquin, County Waterford, St. Anne (Anglican). From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Car Colston, Nottinghamshire, St. Mary. SK 7208 4303. © David Regan (2011). Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, the altar and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2012). Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SK 7198 4290. © David Regan (2011).
Carbis Bay, Cornwall, St. Anta and All Saints on Porthrepta Road. Old O.S. maps label it just as All Saints. SW 5303 3848. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The Methodist Church on St. Ives Road and Higher Boskerris, was originally Wesleyan. SW 5268 3838. © Bill Henderson. Two additional views - 1, 2. Both © Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Chy an Gweal Methodist Church on St. Ives Road was built as Methodist New Connexion in 1909.
SW 5227 3881. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Longstone Cemetery Chapel at SW 5310 3811. © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Carbrooke, Norfolk, St. Peter and St. Paul. TF 9498 0222. © John Salmon. Two interior views- 1, 2, an ogee door surround, a carved animal and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2015). Link. Grade I listed. Old maps mark a Primitive Methodist Chapel on Mill Lane at TF 9509 0196. Seen here on a Streetview of 2008 it has a date-stone for 1870. Its My Primitive Methodists entry says it was offered for sale in 1991.
Carburton, Nottinghamshire, St. Giles. Two further views - 1, 2, and an interior view. The drum font, which usually means Norman. All © David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Carclaze, Cornwall,
the Methodist Church, which was built as Bible Christian in 1870. SX 0229 5386. © Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link.
Carcroft, South Yorkshire, St. Michael and all the Angels. St. George and the English Martyrs (R.C.). Both © Bill Henderson.
Cardenden, Fife.
Cardeston, Shropshire, St. Michael.  SJ 395 123. © Les Needham (2011). Link. Grade II listed - link.
Cardiff, Cardiff.
Cardiff Bay, Cardiff (City), Cardiff - see Cardiff (City).
Cardigan, Ceredigion.
Cardinham, Cornwall, St. Meubred, as seen by Streetview in 2014. SX 1230 6870. Two views of an ancient cross in the churchyard (grade II* listed) - 1, 2, and the font, all © Christopher Skottowe (1973). Link. Grade I listed. Several tombs etc. are also listed separately - they can be seen here. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is shown on old maps at SX 1229 6899, a little way north of the village. It was seen by Streetview in 2010. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1900-2. Further north again, at SX 1247 6941, O.S. maps mark a Chapel (Site of), and a Holy Well. It stood somewhere behind the trees at the centre of a Streetview from 2010. Its Scheduled Monument listing calls it "Trezance Holy Well and chapel enclosure".
Cardington, Bedfordshire, St. Mary. TL 0864 4790. © Les Needham (2010). Two additional views - 1, 2, both © David Regan (2019). Interior view, from an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. The grade II listing includes numerous photos, including the interior, and a good number of fine monuments. Howard Memorial Church (Methodist and U.R.C.) on Cople Road. Early maps label it as "Union Chapel". TL 0910 4800. © Les Needham (2010). Another view, © David Regan (2019). David suggests that the Howard in question may be John Howard, the prison reformer mentioned here. Link. The village also has a former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at Chapel End, which was presumably the home to the local Methodist congregation before they moved to Howard Memorial Church. It can be seen on a 2019 Streetview. TL 0933 4815. The V.C.H. mentions another chapel at Chapel End, "a small chapel in connexion with the Bunyan Meeting", but I haven't been able to locate it - unless it's Howard Memorial Church, which could conceivably come under Chapel End.
Cardington, Shropshire, St. James. SO 5063 9515. © Dorothy Turley. Another view, from Streetview in 2009. Link. Grade I listed. For listed churchyard monuments, and a sun-dial, see here. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2009. It's dated here to 1869, though the congregation was older. It was sold in 1951. According to the owner, who Chris spoke to, the building in the Streetview image is of the former chapel, reduced in height and converted to residential use. It was later completely demolished and a new house built on the site, as seen here, © Chris Kippin (2021). SO 5059 9535.
Cardross, Argyll & Bute, the Parish Church. NS 344 776. The remains of the Old Parish Church (just the tower remains, following bomb damage in WWII). NS 349 773. Both © Martin Briscoe.
Careby, Lincolnshire, St. Stephen (C). © Robin Peel. Two additional views - 1, 2, two interiors (taken through the windows) - 1, 2, and a window, all © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Carew, Pembrokeshire, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. © Mike Berrell. Two interior views - 1, 2, both © Mike Berrell (2010).
Carew Cheriton, Pembrokeshire, St. Mary (CIW). Interior view. SN 046 028. In the churchyard lies a small Charnelhouse, used at one time as a chapel, as evidenced by the piscina visible in the interior view. All © Mike Berrell. Another view of St. Mary. © Peter Morgan (2011).
Carew Newton, Pembrokeshire, the former Zoar Congregational Chapel (built 1865, rebuilt 1912, now in secular use). SN 046 045. © Mike Berrell. Another view, © Peter Morgan (2011).
Carfury, Cornwall, the former Bible Christian Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2009. Now in residential use, it's dated here to 1821-1971, by which time it must have been just Methodist. SW 4453 3409.
Cargin, Co. Antrim, Sacred Heart (R.C.). Its disused predecessor stands on the same site. J 020 879. Both © Gerard Close.
Carham, Northumberland, St. Cuthbert. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
Carhampton, Somerset, St. John the Baptist on Church Lane. Another view, and an interior view. ST 009 426. All © Dave Westrap. Another view, and two additional interiors - 1, 2, all © Mike Berrell (2013). Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Church, on High Street. ST 0070 4257.
© Chris Kippin (2020).
Carharrack, Cornwall,
St. Piran on Church Street. SW 7316 4142. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1815) on Chapel Terrace, and the adjacent Sunday School. SW 7305 4144. Both © Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade II* listed. Older O.S. maps mark an otherwise unidentified Chapel, on Fore Street, at SW 7323 4152. Streetview shows the site, upon which housing has been built. It's probably the 1885-1987 Billy Bray Memorial Bible Christian Chapel (later United Methodist), mentioned here, where there is a photo (more photos here). It also discusses (with illustrations) its predecessor - the Great Deliverance Chapel - of 1840-1874, which stood on Consols Road, and was later adapted for use as a farm building at Primrose Cottage Farm. Primrose Cottage is marked on the 25" O.S. map of 1908 at SW 7374 4185. 
Carinish (North Uist), W. Isles, Church of Scotland. © Carol Myers.
Carisbrooke, IOW., St. Mary. SZ 4855 8825. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Originally in the Unknown section, Elizabeth Moore was looking for help in identifying the church on a photo bought at a sale in Kettering. This is an enlargement, but the original has written by hand on the front "Photo taken in 1964", though additional writing on the back implies a 1950's date. The church itself is evidently large, and the multi-stage tower with external staircase is distinctive. Note particularly what appears to be a middle pinnacle projecting outwards from the face of the tower - a most unusual feature. It was identified by Phil Draper, and Elizabeth herself. Link1, with history here. Link2 (scroll down). If you are planning a photographic visit, this last link includes the helpful comment that
John Smith's house at Castlehold was licensed for Congregational worship in 1672. (fn. 359) There is now a Primitive Methodist chapel at Carisbrooke, also a United Methodist chapel at Gunville, built in 1907, and a Bible Christian chapel at Chillerton. The very brief Grade I listing. A good modern photo is available here.
Cark, Cumbria, the former Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. SD 3646 7621. © Philip Kapp. Its Genuki entry provides dates of 1904 - 2005. Link.
Carland, Co. Tyrone, Presbyterian Church, dating from 1646. © Gerard Close.
Carlby, Lincolnshire, St. Stephen on Church Street. Three interior views (taken through windows) - 1, 2, 3. TF 049 139. All © Mike Berrell (2011). Grade I listed - link.
Carleen, Cornwall,
Community Apostolic Church. SW 6192 3022. Link. Barn Christian Fellowship. SW 622 299. Link (Facebook). The former Methodist Church of 1833, originally Wesleyan. SW 6154 3008. All © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Carleton, Cumbria, the disused chapel to the Garlands mental hospital. NY 4321 5400. © Steve Bulman.
Carleton, West Yorkshire, St. Michael and All Angels. SE 4677 2022. © Bill Henderson (2014). Link.
Carleton in Craven, North Yorkshire, St. Mary.
Another view. Link. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Church. All © David Regan (2015).
Carleton St. Peter, Norfolk, dedicated to St. Peter. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link.
Carlingcott, Somerset, Methodist Church, originally United Free Methodist. ST 6978 5818. © Janet Gimber (2016). Another view, © Chris Kippin (2022). Google Streetmaps says "permanently closed", and the disappearance of a previous church website tends to confirm this. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now residential. ST 6974 5813. © Janet Gimber (2016).
Carlingford, Co. Louth, the former Church of the Holy Trinity, now a heritage centre. It dates from the 13th century. J 188 114. © Gerard Close (2012).
Carlisle, Cumbria.
Carlow, Co. Carlow, Cathedral of the Assumption (R.C.). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Carlton, Bedfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. © Bill McKenzie. Link. Grade I listed. The pulpit of Carlton Baptist Meeting House, which dates from 1760. The village website has an external photo. SP 954 553. From an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Grade II listed.
Carlton, Cambridgeshire, St. Peter on Church Road. Another view, the interior, and the font. TL 641 529. All
© David Regan (2018). Link. Grade II* listed.
Carlton, Leicestershire, St. Andrew. Another view. Both © David Regan (2015). Grade II listed.
Carlton (near Helmsley), North Yorkshire, the former St. Aidan, now used for holiday lettings. © David Regan (2016). Two additional views - 1, 2, both © Elaine Sanders. Grade II* listed.
Carlton (near Leyburn), North Yorkshire, Christ the Good Shepherd. Interior view. Methodist Church. All © Alan Blacklock.
Carlton, North Yorkshire, St. Mary. St. Mary (R.C.). Methodist Church. All © Bill Henderson.
Carlton (near Barnsley), South Yorkshire, St. John the Evangelist. It stands at the junction of Carlton Road and Church Street, and is dated here to 1878-9. SE 3662 1015. © Bill Henderson. Another view, © Steve Bulman. Link.
The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane, now in residential use. This source dates it to 1894-2013 - it had a predecessor on the same site of 1843. SE 3629 0999. © David Regan (2022). The village also had another Chapel, identified on available O.S. maps only as Nonconformist, on Carlton Road at SE 3642 1000. It's identified here as Salem Welsh Methodist Chapel, 1902-1983. It looks as though the chapel boundary wall might survive. © David Regan (2022). The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, which stands on Carlton Road, as seen by Streetview in 2009. SE 3615 0963.
Carlton (near Leeds), West Yorkshire, former Chapel. © David Regan (2013).
Carlton Curlieu, Leicestershire, St. Mary. Another view. Both © David Regan (2016). Grade II* listed
Carlton Husthwaite, North Yorkshire, St. Mary. Interior view. Both © Kenneth Paver.
Carlton-in-Cleveland, North Yorkshire, St. Botolph. Interior view. Both © Kenneth Paver. Link.
Carlton in Lindrick, Nottinghamshire, St. John the Evangelist. Two extra views - 1, 2, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font. SK 5883 8390. All © David Regan. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. A couple of churchyard memorials are also listed separately - they can be found here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1861. It appears not to be being used as a church at the moment, as the Methodist website shows a different building (see the appended link, or better, this 2019 Streetview which shows both buildings), just a short way south of the Wesleyan. SK 5918 8445.
© David Regan (2020). Link.
Carlton le Moorland, Lincolnshire, St. Mary the Virg
in. SK 9080 5790. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, two interior views - 1, 2, and the font, all © David Regan (2012). Link. Grade I listed. The former Baptist Church (1872) on Broughton Road. The 2011 Streetview shows that two of the windows are a recent insertion. SK 9084 5808. © David Regan (2020). The former Wesleyan Methodist Church (1863-1986) on High Street is now in residential use. SK 9066 5792. © David Regan (2020).
Carlton Miniott, North Yorkshire, St. Lawrence (C). The chancel ceiling and West window. SE 3948 8103. All © Kenneth Paver (2013). Two more views - 1, 2, both © Karel Kuča (2019). Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1895-6. Just a few yards away stands Hambleton Evangelical Church. It can be seen in a Streetview from 2018. SE 3946 8100. Link. Immediately behind it, and to the left, in the same Streetview, can be seen the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which Genuki dates to 1838, enlarged in 1870. Its Sunday School stands to the right of the Evangelical Church. SE 3945 8101.
Carlton on Trent, Nottinghamshire, St, Mary the Virgin. Another view. Both © David Regan (2011). Another view, © Martin Richter (2012). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Carlton Scroop, Lincolnshire,
St. Nicholas, on Church Street. Another view. SK 9476 4501. Both © Jim Parker. Three views of the interior - 1, 2, 3, some memorials and church boards, and the font, all © David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Carluke, South Lanarkshire.
Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire.
Carmel, Carmarthenshire,
St. Mary (CiW). Another view. Baptist Church, on Heol y Capel. All © Janet Gimber (2018).
Carmel, Flintshire, Capel Seion yr Annibynwyr. Presbyterian Church. Both © Martin Briscoe.
Carmyllie, Angus, the Parish Church. © Derek Robertson.
Carn Brea, Cornwall,
the Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1870. SW 6885 4139. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). It's evidently now closed - see an un-dated estate agent's for sale notice. Streetview has a better view, from 2011. Link.
Carnaby, East Riding of Yorkshire, St. John the Baptist. TA 1447 6559. © Bill Henderson.
Another view, two of the interior - 1, 2, and the early font, all © David Regan (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. The 25" 1911 O.S. map shows a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at TA 1469 6561. The house on the site can be seen here in a 2010 Streetview. It has the same footprint as the chapel, but it's not apparent if any fabric of the chapel survives.
Carnalea, Co. Down, St. Gall (CoI). J 475 816.
© Gerard Close (2014).
Carnbee, Fife, Parish Church on Main Street. © Alex Parker. Link.
Carnforth, Lancashire.
Carnhell Green, Cornwall, the Carnhell Green Fellowship (non-denominational, 1977).
SW 6174 3752. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Carnkie, Cornwall, (near Carn Brea),
Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1905). SW 687 399. The congregation dates back to 1797, and the second chapel (1840) stood where the Carnkie Community Institute now stands. Their website has a history page (unfortunately with no text) which has a photo of a building and of its demolition - this is probably the second chapel. SW 686 399. Mission Room which replaced an earlier wooden building. SW 680 399. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1830's-1988), now a private residence. SW 687 398. All © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Carnkie, Cornwall, (near Wendron), Bible Christian Chapel (1900). SW 714 343. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Carnlea, Co. Antrim, Mission Hall. D 073 112. © Gerard Close (2011).
Carnlough, Co. Antrim, St. John (R.C.). D 284 175. © Gerard Close (2014).
Carnmoney, Co. Antrim, Church of the Holy Evangelists (CoI). J 326 822. © Gerard Close (2013).
Carno, Powys, St. John the Baptist. © Mark Summers. Link.
Carnon Downs, Cornwall, Methodist Church. Originally Wesleyan, it has a date-stone for 1825. SW 7993 4042. © Paul E. Barnett (2022). Another view, © Carole Sage (2017). Grade II listed.
Carnteel, County Tyrone, (ruined Anglican). © Jack Storey.
Carperby, North Yorkshire, former Wesleyan Chapel, now a private residence. Friends Meeting House, dated 1864. Both © James Murray.
Carr, Co. Down, Baptist Church. J 335 629. © Gerard Close (2013).
Carraroe, Co. Sligo, St. John (R.C.). G 689 339. © Gerard Close. Another view, © Joseph Cantwell.
Carrbridge, Highland.
Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim, St. Mary and St. George (R.C.). Interior view. Both © Joseph Cantwell (2012).
Carrickfergus, County Antrim.
Carrickfinn, Donegal. © Lorraine Waddington.
Carrickmacross, County Monaghan, St. Joseph (R.C.). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Carrickmore, Co. Tyrone, St. Columbkille (CoI). H 615 724. St. Columcille (R.C.). H 615 731. Both © Gerard Close.
Carrigart, Co. Donegal, St. John the Baptist (R.C., 1886). C 130 366. © Gerard Close (2014).
Carrington, Greater Manchester.
Carrington, Lincolnshire, St. Paul. © Dave Hitchborne.
Carrington, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire - see Nottingham.
Carrington, Midlothian, the former Parish Church. According to its Wikipedia entry, it was built in 1710-11, and closed in 1975, when the congregation united with Cockpen Church, which was re-named as Cockpen and Carrington Church (link). Its Canmore entry advises of an earlier church which stood within the present churchyard, but on a different site. NT 3186 6058. © Marion Bowles. Grade B listed. The associated Session House (seen on a 2011 Streetview here) is also listed as grade B.
Carrog, Denbighshire, St. Ffraid (CiW). Another view. Link. Chapel (1895). Seion Chapel. The date-stone, which is in a poor condition, probably says 1872. All © Peter Morgan (2012).
Carron, Falkirk, Falkirk Free Church on Beaumont Drive. Link. Dawson Mission Church on Stenhouse Road. Grace Church Larbert also sometimes meet here. Both © Jim Parker (2015).
Carrowdore, Co. Down, Christ Church (CoI). Many members of the Crommellin family of Carrowdore Castle are buried here. © Jack Storey, Monaghan Genealogy Specialist.
Carrville, Durham, Co.  Durham - see Durham (City).
Carryduff, Co. Down, Baptist Church. J 363 649. © Gerard Close (2012).
Carse, Argyll & Bute, the Kilberry Parish Church. © Martin Briscoe.
Carshalton, Surrey, All Saints; links to external web-site.
Carsington, Derbyshire, St. Margaret. © Bruce Read. Link. The former Chapel in a Barn. A C17 barn, for which the upper story was used for non-conformist worship. It's interesting how the same events can be spun to give two completely different stories: according to here, it was "apparently, mistakenly pulled down" and re-built near Carsington Water by Severn Trent Water. The official Carsington Water website says it was "dismantled piece by piece". It now stands near to the Visitor Centre, and serves as the HQ for the Volunteer Rangers. SK 240 516. © Richard Roberts (2014).
Carsphairn, Dumfries & Galloway, Parish Church. © James Murray (2009).
Carthew, Cornwall, the former Bible Christian Chapel (1862), now used as a guest house. SX 00525 55796. © Carole Sage (2013). Another view, © Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Carthorpe, North Yorkshire, Methodist Church (1894) on Salmon Lane. SE 305 834. © Richard Roberts (2019).
Cartmel, Cumbria, the priory, a splendid building dedicated to St. Mary and St. Michael. Another view, and a doorway. SD 3798 7880. All © Steve Bulman. Another view, © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Chapel (O) was originally Wesleyan. SD 3790 7872. © Steve Bulman. Link. The Friends' Meeting House of 1859 stands on Haggs Lane at SD 3824 7856.
© Alan Marsden (2021). Link. Grade II listed.
Cartmel Fell, Cumbria, St. Anthony. SD 4165 8807. © Steve Bulman. Link (has interior photos). Grade I listed.
Cascob, Powys, St. Michael and All Angels (CIW). SO 239 664. © Richard Roberts (2014) Link.
Cashel,
Co. Tipperary, the cathedral dedicated to St. John the Baptist & St Peter the Rock (Anglican). © Christopher Skottowe. An old postcard view of the interior, from Reg Dosell's collection. Another old postcard view, from Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Link. The following are all old postcards from Christopher Skottowe's Collection - Cormac's Chapel, interior view, and the Southern door. St. John (R.C.; internal view only). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection.
Cassington, Oxfordshire, St. Peter. SP 455 106. © Brian J. Curtis. My appreciation to Brian Curtis and Greg Mishevski for identifying the next image of the church, which was originally in the "Unknown" section. Original entry follows - "Andy Davidson is researching for a book on the history of the "Carry On" films. One of them has an aerial shot of a church and is interested in being able to place it. If it's stock footage, then it could be anywhere. If it was taken especially for the film, then it's likely to be in Berkshire, or nearby. Can you help?"
Cassop, Co. Durham,
Methodist Church (1960-1) on Front Street. Since Bill took his photo, the church has been closed. An undated auction sale notice mentions planning permission for conversion to residential use. NZ 3460 3846. © Bill Henderson. A Primitive Methodist Chapel of 1842 stood off Front Street, on what is today an area of housing almost encircled by Wilson Close. Its site is behind the garages in this Streetview of 2009. It seems to have gone out of use by 1940. NZ 3457 3837. A Wesleyan Chapel of 1842 (listed as High Street Methodist Church in 1940) stood on Front Street at NZ 3435 3825. Its site is within the trees seen in this 2010 Streetview. Presumably this continued as the village Methodist Church until the 1961 one was opened. A map of 1978 shows that it had been demolished by then.
Castellau, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Congregational Church. © Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Casterton, Cumbria, Holy Trinity (1831-3). SD 6246 7969. © Steve Bulman. Another view, © Mrs. Janet Dalby. Two interior views - 1, 2, and a window detail, all © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade II listed.
Castle Acre, Norfolk, St. James the Great. TF 8159 1502. © Anne East (2009). Another view, © Graeme Wall (2009). Interior view, © Richard Roberts (2014). The chancel and the font with its spectacular canopy, both © Peter Morgan (2016). Link. Grade I listed. Castle Acre Priory. TF 8141 1479. © Christopher Skottowe (1966), and an interior view from his old postcard collection. Link. Grade I listed. The village hall on Pye's Lane is a former Baptist Chapel. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. It was still showing as active on a map of 1955. TF 8185 1521. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel shows on older O.S. maps, and it was still active (presumably as Methodist) at least as late as 1950. Evidently demolished, its site was in use as a parking area when seen by Streetview in 2009. Another Methodist Chapel stands on Bailey Street at TF 8179 1507. Not labelled to denomination, it must be the Primitive Methodist Chapel mentioned on Genuki, where it's dated to 1831, "closed by .... 2013". It was seen by Streetview in 2018. Abbey Cottage stands just west of St. James, on the corner of South Acre Road and Priory Road (according to Google Maps), or on Church Lane, according to its grade II listing. Its eastern facing gable  - seen here on a Streetview from 2009 - is perhaps part of a C15 Chapel, present on a C17 map. TF 8151 1504.
Castle Bolton, North Yorkshire, St. Oswald. Interior view. The remains of Bolton Castle Chapel. All © James Murray. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now in residential use. The only O.S. map it seems to be marked on is the revised edition of 1959. It was probably the rented property mentioned here on the 1940 list of Methodist chapels. SE 0365 9193. © Howard Richter (2017).
Castle Bromwich, West Midlands, St. Mary and St. Margaret. Another view. SP 1424 8985. Both © Karel Kuča (2007). Link. Grade I listed.
Castle Bytham, Lincolnshire, St. Medard and St. Gildard. Two interior views - 1, 2. SK 989 184. All © Mike Berrell (2012). Link1. Link2, which says the dedication is unique in Britain. Grade I listed - link.
Castle Caereinion, Powys, St. Garmon. A Victorian church, replacing a medieval one. Another view. SJ 1636 0548. Both © Paul Wood (2016). Coflein entry.
Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire, All Saints. Another view, and an interior (taken through a window). All © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Castle Carrock, Cumbria, St. Peter (1828, on the site of earlier churches). NY 5435 5541. © Steve Bulman. Link. A Primitive Methodist Chapel once stood at NY 5419 5540. Built in 1899, it was closed "by 1965". Its site is now occupied by a bungalow and garden, as seen here in a 2011 Streetview. There was also a Congregational Church, as marked on the 6" 1901 O.S. map, at NY 5438 5534. Whether any or all of it survives is not so far apparent. As closely as I can judge, it stood about where the white building is in the background of this 2011 Streetview
Castle Cary, Somerset, All Saints, on Church Street. ST 6392 3206. From an old postcard (franked 1908) in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link. Grade II* listed. Parts of the churchyard boundary wall, and several monuments, are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Congregational Chapel (1815), in Chapel Yard. ST 6383 3187. © Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II listed. The Methodist Church on Upper High Street was built as Wesleyan. Its grade II listing dates it to circa 1840. ST 6434 3241. © Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Castle Combe, Wiltshire, St. Andrew. Interior view. ST 8416 7718. Both © Bill McKenzie (2010). Another view, © Alex Parker, and another, © Carole Sage (2010). Two more interior views - 1, 2, a knight's tomb (and close up), and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed. For listed features in the churchyard, see here. Castle Combe Congregational Church at Upper Castle Combe, as seen by Streetview in 2021. It has a date-stone for 1814. Originally a malt-house, the church took it over and converted it in 1903 (source). ST 8502 7734. Its predecessor stood on The Hill, at ST 8440 7738, and is marked on old O.S. maps as Independent Chapel. The same source dates it to 1757, with demolition in 1935. Its site was seen by Streetview in 2021. A map of 1900 shows a Baptist Chapel behind the buildings lining the west side of The Street, at ST 8419 7711. It appears to have been relatively short lived, as it isn't shown on maps of 1888 and 1923. It (or its site) hasn't been seen by Streetview. Genuki mentions, but doesn't precisely locate (or date) a Primitive Methodist Mission. Not shown on any available maps, I wonder if it could be (or have been near) Bethel Place at Upper Castle Combe, seen by Streetview in 2009. ST 8463 7758.
Castle Donington, Leicestershire. Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway. (CoS). © Bill Henderson.
Castle Eden, Co. Durham, St. James. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
Castle Frome, Herefordshire, St. Michael. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Two views of the superb font - 1, 2. Both © Christopher Skottowe (1964). Link.
Castle Hedingham, Essex, St. Nicholas. The 6" O.S. map of 1897 says St. Nicholas's Church (Vicarage) on Site of St. James's Church. A Norman door, two interior views - 1, 2, the hammer-beam roof, the very fine piscina and sedilia (with much C19/20 restoration, says the grade I listing), stoup, pulpit and the font. TL 7846 3560. All © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. The War Memorial in the churchyard is separately listed as grade II. Old maps show a Congregational Chapel on Queen Street, at TL 7840 3539. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. The sign had gone by 2016, so had presumably closed by then. Grade II* listed. There was at one time a Priory (Benedictine Nunnery) to the west of the village at TL 77790 35560 - grid ref. from this source, which says that only a small fragment of masonry survives. If the grid ref. is accurate, the fragment should be somewhere along the left-most hedge-line - seen in Streetview from 2021. 
Castle Howard, North Yorskhire, the Chapel (interior). It can on visited on payment of the general site entrance fee. SE 7161 7006 (main entrance). © Steve Bulman (2019).
Castle Rising, Norfolk, St. Lawrence. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Castle Sowerby, Cumbria, St. Kentigern. NY 3800 3615. © Les Strong. Link. Grade II* listed.
Castlebellingham, Co. Louth, St. Mary (CoI, 1825). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view. O 058 953. © Gerard Close (2012).
Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan, 1st Presbyterian Church (1787). H 825 204. St. Maeldoid (CoI, 1811). H 828 195. The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (R.C., 1854), more commonly known just as St. Mary's. H 828 191. All © Gerard Close (2015).
Castlecaulfield, Co. Tyrone, St. Michael (CoI). © Jack Storey, Monaghan Genealogy Specialist. Presbyterian Church. H 753 628. © Gerard Close. Methodist Church. H 753 628. © Gerard Close.
Castledawson, Co. Derry, Presbyterian Church. H 925 932. The Aughrim Gospel Hall. H 927 904. Both © Gerard Close. St. Patrick (R.C.). © Gerard Close (2009). Christ Church (CoI). H 927 933. © Gerard Close (2010).
Castlederg, Co. Tyrone, St. John (CoI). H 262 844. Link. 1st Presbyterian Church. H 270 822. Link. Free Presbyterian Church. H 262 842. Link. 2nd Presbyterian Church. H 263 845. All © Gerard Close (2019).
Castledermot, Co. Kildare, St. James (CoI), as seen by Streetview in 2009. In the churchyard stand two High Crosses, the North Cross, and the South Cross, both © Christopher Skottowe (1965). Link.
Castlefin, Co. Donegal, St. Mary (R.C.). © Graeme Harvey.
Castleford, West Yorkshire.
Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire, St. Michael & All Angels. SR 911 989. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view. © Mike Berrell. Two interior views- 1, 2. both © Mike Berrell (2011).
Castlemorton, Worcestershire, St. Gregory. © Graeme Harvey. Link.
Castlerea, Co. Roscommon, St. Patrick (R.C.). © Joseph Cantwell (2012). Interior view, and the East window, both © John Balaam (2016).
Castlerock, Co. Derry, Christ Church (CoI, 1870). C 769 362. Presbyterian Church. C 776 357. Both © Gerard Close (2013).
Castleside, Co. Durham, St. John the Evangelist (1867), on Church Street. NZ 077 487. © Bill Henderson. Since Bill took his photo, an extension has been added, seen here, © Mike Berrell (2012). Link.
Castlethorpe, Buckinghamshire, St. Simon and St. Jude. SP 799 445. Link. Former Methodist Chapel (now a play group). SJ 799 444. Both © Les Needham.
Castleton, Derbyshire, St. Edmund. SK 150 829. © Peter Fowler. Another view. © Steve Bulman. The interior is very satisfying, with box pews (detail), and a Norman chancel arch. All interior photos © Steve Bulman. Methodist Church (1898). SK 148 829. © Steve Bulman. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1809-1898). SK 150 829. © Steve Bulman.
Castleton, Dorset, St. Mary Magdalene.
© Andrew Ross (2018). Link.
Castleton, Newport, former Baptist Church. The congregation now meets in Marshfield. Link to current church. Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now Castleton Masonic Hall. Both © David Roberts.
Castleton, North Yorkshire, St. Michael and St. George. Interior view. According to the church website, it was built in 1924, and was successor to a tin tabernacle of the 1850's. NZ 6900 0812. Both © Steve Bulman. The chancel and the font, both © David Regan (2015). The tin tabernacle may be the church indicated on the 6" O.S. map of 1919, at SE 6897 0802. It's site, seen here on Streetview in 2011, is now a small grassed area. The Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan) on High Street dates from 1871. NZ 6875 0807. © Steve Bulman. The village also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel, on Station Road, at SE 6878 0812. It's dated here to 1861. It was seen by Streetview in 2011.
Castletown, Highland.
Castletown, Isle of Man.
Castor, Cambridgeshire,
St. Kyneburgha. Detail of the tower. TL 1247 9853. Both from old postcards in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, six interiors - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, two of the remarkable column capitals - 1, 2, and the font. The angel roof looks remarkably fresh, and the fact that neither Pevsner, or the grade I listing, mention it, suggests that it may be modern. © David Regan (2016 and 2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Catcliffe, South Yorkshire, St. Mary. Another view. SK 4252 8872. Both © David Regan (2021). Link dates it to 1910. Maps older than this show a St. Faith a short distance further east, at SK 4259 8871. This source describes it as a tin Mission Church, destroyed in a gale in 1962. It stood in the churchyard, seen here in a Streetview from 2021, close to the road. The village also had a Chapel on South View Terrace, at SK 4245 8842. This is very likely to have been the Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan) mentioned here, where documents dated to 1906-1990 are referenced. However, old maps show that it existed at least as early as 1893. A bungalow stands on the site today, as seen by Streetview in 2021.
Catcott, Somerset, St. Peter, on Church Way. ST 3942 3928. © Chris Kippin (2020). Link dates it to 1292. Grade I listed. The 25" O.S. map of 1886 shows a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at the junction of Hector Lane and Steel Lane, at ST 3959 3945. Since demolished, the chapel stood here, as seen on a 2011 Streetview, nearer to the road than the bungalow, and at 90 degrees to it. This source dates it to 1876 or 1877, and says it was preceded by an earlier chapel of 1826 at the junction of Lippet's Way and Scot's Lane. Without a map showing exactly where it was, I've picked a general view of the junction itself, and the properties on either side, as seen by Streetview in 2009.
Catfield, Norfolk, All Saints. Link. Methodist Church. Both © Geoff Watt.
Cathays, Cardiff (City), Cardiff - see Cardiff (City).
Cathcart, Glasgow - see the City of Glasgow page.
Catherine Holme, Cumbria (between Great Asby and Ormside), former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1879). It closed about 2006. Another view. NY 686 152. Both © Tim Flitcroft (2011). Another view. The building retains its original sign. Both © Martin Richter (2011). Link (scroll right to the bottom).
Catherington, Hampshire, All Saints. SU 696 145.
© Chris Kippin. Link.
Caton, Lancashire.
Catrine, East Ayrshire.
Catshill, Worcestershire, Christ Church. © Vanessa Morgan. Catshill Methodist Church Centre on Golden Cross Lane opened in 1968, and was extended in 2014. SO 965 740. © Richard Roberts (2015). Link. Catshill Baptist Church on Milton Road. SO 962 738. © Richard Roberts (2015). Bromsgrove Spiritualist Church on Church Road. Originally a Mission Room (1889), the current occupiers moved in in 1965. SO 958 739. © Richard Roberts (2015).
Catterick, North Yorkshire, St. Anne. © Bill Henderson. Another view, an interior view, and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Catterlen, Cumbria, the site of the vanished Primitive Methodist Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2021. Were the ghost of this chapel to appear, it would be hanging in mid-air, as even the ground beneath it was removed in the construction of the M6. It was roughly in line with the properties in the middle distance, over what it now the hard shoulder, or perhaps just to its left. It's dated here to 1867. I've been unable to find a photo. NY 4906 3375. There is a reference here to "supposed site of abandoned church", but I've been unable to verify this elsewhere, or discover where it might have been.
Catterline, Aberdeenshire, St. Philip (Episcopal), dated here to 1848. Catterline Community Church also meets here (link). NO 8689 7887. © Derek Robertson. Category C listed. The site of the demolished Parish Church is indicated on O.S. maps at NO 8677 7849. According to its Genuki entry, it had been demolished by 1866. It stood within the graveyard seen by Streetview in 2021.
Catthorpe, Leicestershire, St. Thomas. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson (2012). Grade II* listed - link.
Cattistock, Dorset, St. Peter and St. Paul. From an old postcard in Paul E. Barnett's Collection. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Catton, Northumberland, the former St. Paul (1904) has been converted into a private residen
ce. NY 828 576. © Bill Henderson (2013). Methodist Church. This was built as Primitive Methodist in 1882. NY 8306 5750. © Bill Henderson (2019).
Catwick, East Riding of Yorkshire, St. Michael. © James Murray.
Catworth (or Great Catworth), Cambridgeshire, St. Leonard. Another view. Both © David Regan (2019). Grade I listed.
Cauldon, Staffordshire, St. Mary and St. Laurence. Interior view, and the East Window, dating from the 1930's. Gervase advises that the altar was built from stones collected from all of the quarries in the parish. All © Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011). Link.
Cauldwell, Derbyshire, St. Giles, a C12 foundation, on Church Lane. SK 254 171. © Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
Caulkerbush, Dumfries & Galloway, Southwick Parish Church. NX 927 573. © Steve Bulman.
Caunton, Nottinghamshire, St. Andrew. SK 7456 6003. Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Chapel on Norwell Road, now a private residence. Both © David Regan (2011). The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Ford Lane. Its My Primitive Methodists entry dates it to 1861. It also mentions an earlier chapel of 1823, but doesn't locate its site. SK 7445 6010.
© David Regan (2020).
Causewayhead, Cumbria, (near Silloth), St. Paul (1845). NY 1310 5334. © Robert Mather. Another view, © Elizabeth Nash. The church was closed in 2016. Two additional views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, and the font; the church has good stained glass windows - 1, 2. All © Steve Bulman (2016). Link. The communion table was transferred to Christ Church in Silloth, and put in place during 2021 refurbishments.
Cautley, Cumbria, St. Mark (1847, O). SD 6912 9458. © Bill Henderson. The organ. © Alan Blacklock (2010). Link1. Link2. Grade II listed. Methodist Chapel (1845), originally Wesleyan. SD 6895 9417. © Bill Henderson. Another view, © Alan Blacklock (2010). Link. Grade II listed.
Cavanaleck, Co. Tyrone, Presbyterian Church. H 431 471. © Gerard Close. Link.
Cavendish, Suffolk, St. Mary. TL 805 465. From an old postcard in Dave Westrap's Collection. The present building is essentially of the 14th and 15th century, though the church dates back to Saxon times. There was an extensive restoration in 1862. Three further views - 1, 2, 3, all © Roger Heap. Two interior views - 1, 2, piscina, lectern, font, and a very handsome owl from a tombstone in the floor of the church, all © Steve Bulman (2012). Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade I listed - link.
Cavenham, Suffolk, St. Andrew, on The Street. © Elizabeth Orbell. Two additional views - 1, 2, both © David Regan (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Caversfield, Oxfordshire, St. Lawrence. "Lots of wartime RAF graves here" says David. Another view. Both © David Regan (2018). Link. Grade II* listed.
Caversham, Berkshire.
Caverswall, Staffordshire, St. Peter. Another view. SJ 952 428. Link. St. Filumena (R.C.). Interior view. SJ 951 429. All © Mike Berrell.
Cawdor, Highland, Church of Scotland. © Ina Penneyston (2010). Another view, © Peter Morgan (2014). Link.
Cawood, North Yorkshire, All Saints. SE 5778 3780. © Bill Henderson. Another view, and an interior view, both © James Murray. Another view, two further views of the interior - 1, 2, the monument to the very short-lived Archbishop of York George Montaigne (or Mountain) (d. 1628) and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2015). Methodist Church on Sherburn Street. This news item from 2006 dates the church to the 1830's (with the present frontage added in 1907), and notes its planned closure. At the most recent Streetview visit in 2012 the church was still standing, but its usage (if any) isn't apparent. A map of 1891 indicates it as Wesleyan. SE 5726 3772. © Bill Henderson. The Primitive Methodist Chapel (now demolished) stood on Thorpe Lane at SE 5757 3763. Its My Primitive Methodist entry dates it to 1856, and says a bungalow was built on the site. I think this is incorrect, as a study of maps and satellite views indicates that it is this property shown on a Streetview of 2008. Old maps show that the cemetery, which stands to the north-west of the village, once had a Mortuary Chapel. The 25" O.S. map of 1908 shows that it was a double chapel, with the Church of England chapel to the north-east, and Non-Conformist to the south-west. Streetview doesn't give a clear view, but satellite images suggest it hasn't survived. SE 5705 3802.
Cawsand, Cornwall,
St. Andrew. SX 433 502. Congregational Church. Another view. SX 434 502.All © James Murray.
Cawston, Norfolk, St. Agnes on Church Lane, which is largely of the 15th century. TG 1339 2384. © Richard Roberts (2019). Two more views - 1, 2, the hammer beam roof, three of the interior - 1, 2 , 3, a window detail, and the font and cover, all © Chris Stafford (2013). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1829) on Chapel Street - now in residential use. © Richard Roberts (2019). There is also a former Primitive Methodist Chapel, on Norwich Road, at TG 1358 2365. It has a date-stone for 1861, and was seen by Streetview in 2008. Link, which says it had a predecessor - a wooden building - on Brandiston Road.
Caxton, Cambridgeshire, St. Andrew. Another view. Both © Jim Rushton. The following are all © James Murray. Another view, interior view, and Lady Chapel. Link. Baptist Chapel (1845) - my thanks to Janet Gimber for the identification. Link.
Caynham, Shropshire, St. Mary. Interior view. SO 5538 7328. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Another interior view, the font, and a window, all © Steve Bulman (2011). Grade II* listed. Some churchyard memorials (including a cross) are listed separately, and they can be found here. The Methodist Chapel was built as Wesleyan, probably in the 1830's. SO 5574 7353. © Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II listed.
Caythorpe, Lincolnshire,
St. Vincent, on Church Lane. SK 9389 4857. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2 - both © Jim Parker. As can be seen in this interior view, © Alan Blacklock (2010), the church is unusual in having a row of pillars in the centre of the nave. Is this perhaps evidence of a change of plan during a building campaign? Another view, three more of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and a memorial to Edmund Weaver (Wikipedia entry), all © David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Chapel, on Chapel Lane, is now used as business premises. Another view. SK 9364 4838. Both © Jim Parker.
Caythorpe, Nottinghamshire, St. Aidan - a "tin tabernacle". Another view. Both © David Regan (2011). Link.
Cayton, North Yorkshire, St. John the Baptist. Another view. Both © David Regan (2015). Link. Grade I listed.

Cefn, Denbighshire, St. Mary. © Eirian Evans.
Cefn-Coed-y-Cymmer, Merthyr Tydfil.
Cefn Cribwr, Bridgend.
Cefn-Ddwysarn, Gwynedd, Chapel (Welsh Calvinistic Methodist). SH 965 384. © Peter Morgan (2013). Grade II listed.
Cefn Einion, Shropshire, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. The date-stone above the porch is for 1868. Now converted to residential use, this source dates its closure to no later than 1963. SO 2862 8585. © Chris Kippin (2020).

Cefn Fforest, Caerphilly,  St. Thomas (CiW). Link. Bethany Baptist Chapel. Link. Trinity Welsh Presbyterian Church. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cefn Hengoed, Caerphilly, St. Anne. Bethel Baptist Chapel (1933). Both © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cefneithin, Carmarthenshire, Tabernacle Independent Chapel (1870). © Peter Morgan (2011).
Cefnllys, Powys, St. Michael. SO 085 615. © Bruce Read. An old postcard view, from Steve Bulman's Collection. Cefnllys (or Cefn-Llys) is a deserted village east of Llandrindod Wells. Another view, and an interior view, both © John Bowdler. Link.
Cefnpennar, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Parish Church. Cefnpennar Baptist Church (closed). Both © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Ceidio Fawr, Gwynedd, St. Ceidio (CiW). Interior view. SH 287 381. Both © Dave  Westrap. Link.
Celbridge, Co. Kildare, St. Vincent de Paul (R.C.). St. John of God (R.C.) at a hospice. Christ Church (CoI). All © Bruce Read.
Cellan, Ceredigion, All Saints. SN 606 490. Capel-yr-Erw, rebuilt 1933. SN 604 488. Capel Caeronnen, with dates 1654, 1747 and 1846 on the facade. SN 604 489. All © Mike Berrell.
Cellardyke, Fife, the Parish Church (CoS). NO 574 036. © Susan Sinclair. Two further views - 1, 2, taken following some works to improve disabled access. Both © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Cenarth, Carmarthenshire, St. Llawddog. SN 2703 4150. © Mike Berrell. Two interior views - 1, 2, both © Mike Berrell (2012). Another view, chancel, a window, the pulpit and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1868-72. Capel M.C. (1874). SN 2681 4162. © Mike Berrell.
Ceres, Fife, Parish Church on Kirk Brae. © Alex Parker. Two additional views - 1, 2, two of the interior - 1, 2, and the font. There is a figure of a knight, in a very good state of preservation, and at his feet, a lion. All © Steve Bulman (2019). Link.
Cerne Abbas, Dorset, St. Mary (interior view). From an old postcard in Paul E. Barnett's Collection. Link. Grade I listing, which includes an exterior photo.
Cerrigydrudion, Conwy, St. Mary Magdalene. SH 953 487. © Martin Briscoe. Another view. © Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2Capel Jerwsalem (Calvinistic Methodist, 1899). SH 952 485. © Martin Briscoe. Link. The former Moriah (Moreia) Congregational Chapel (1876) now serves as part of a medical practise. SH 954 486. © Martin Briscoe. Link.

Chaceley, Gloucestershire, St. John the Baptist. © Graeme Harvey.
Chacewater, Cornwall,
a distant view of St. Paul. Its grade II listing dates it to 1892, with the tower from its predecessor of 1828. Two more views - 1, 2. SW 7509 4407. All © Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2022). Link. The lych-gate, and a war memorial are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Methodist chapel, originally Wesleyan, dated here to 1832. SW 7503 4450. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). A former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands on Chacewater Hill at SW 7517 4450. This source dates it to circa 1830. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). Old maps show that both Methodist chapels were active into the late 1950's at least.
Chacombe, Northamptonshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. © David Regan (2017). Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Chapel, © David Regan (2018). Link.
Chadderton, Oldham, Greater Manchester.
Chaddesden, Derby, Derbyshire - see Chaddesden.
Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire, St. Cassian. Another view. The very handsome building in the churchyard is a (former?) school. According to its date-stone, it was "rebuilded and enlarged" in 1809. SO 8914 7359. All © Chris Kippin (2022). The font is superb, © Christopher Skottowe (1965). Link. Grade I listed. A cross, and a number  of headstones, memorials etc. are listed separately - they can be found here.
Chaddleworth, Berkshire, St. Andrew. SU 4115 7793. © John and Judy Flynn. An old postcard view, from Judy Flynn's collection. Link. Grade I listed. For listed features in the churchyard, see here. A former Methodist Chapel stands on Tower Hill at SU 4128 7766. It's labelled on a map of 1899 as Wesleyan, and on large scale maps, it can be seen to have consisted of two separate buildings. The more northerly one, is seen here by Streetview in 2010. Its neighbour stood where the house driveway is, seen in 2011. Whether these were both chapels, or a chapel and a schoolroom is unclear. Map evidence suggests it was closed by 1959.
Chadlington, Oxfordshire, St. Nicholas. © Marion Hall. Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Chadwell, Leicestershire, St. Mary. Two interiors - 1, 2 (note deformed arch in the latter), the altar and the font. SK 7822 2461. All © David Regan (2015). Two additional views - 1, 2, both © Chris Stafford (2015). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chadwick End, WMids., possible former chapel. Another view. ca. SP 207 730. Both © John Bowdler (2011). John thinks that a former chapel marked on old maps is this building. There is another nearby on Netherwood Lane (the Netherwood Lane Free Church), but there was no obvious evidence that the building survives. Can you provide more information about either? Howard Richter has been examining old maps, and doubts that this is the old chapel, which he thinks stood about 50 yards to the east of the main road. A Mission Church in the late 19th century, on the 1961 map it was shown as Chadwick End Church (CofE). Howard suspects that neither the Mission Church, or the Free Church, survive.
Chagford, Devon, St. Michael the Archangel, well-hidden by trees. Another view, and the tower. SX 7014 8751. All © James Murray (2010). An interior view, the altar, and a table tomb, all
© Heath Nickels (2019). Link. Grade I listed. Gospel Church on Southcombe Street. SX 7008 8767. All © James Murray (2010). Another view, © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Holy Family (R.C.) on Lower Street. SX 7009 8779. © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. A former Chapel, dated 1867, stands on Mill Street. Old maps label it as Wesleyan Methodist. SX 6999 8757. © Chris Kippin (2022).
Chailey, East Sussex, Free Church. © Geoff Watt.
Chainhurst, Kent, former chapel, now a private residence. TQ 729 476. © Geoff Watt. Janet Gimber advises that this was a Gospel Hall (Free Brethren).
Chalbury, Dorset, All Saints. © June Norris.
Chaldon, Surrey, St. Peter & St. Paul. From an old postcard, Steve Bulman's Collection. Another old postcard view, this one from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, St. Giles. SU 990 935. © Chalmers Cursley.
Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire, Latimer Minster at Stampwell Farm. This is certainly the only tent on this website, but it is a church licensed by the Church of England. Photo taken on behalf of Carole Sage. Link.
Chalford, Gloucestershire, Christ Church. SO 891 025. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection. A modern view, © Steve Bulman (2011). Link. Grade II listed - link. Chalford Hill Methodist Church. There is a very worn inscribed stone above the window level in the old part of the building - all I can make out is "Re-built 1824". SO 896 031. © Steve Bulman (2011).
Chalgrave, Bedfordshire, All Saints. © Bill McKenzie.
Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, St. Mary. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, and an interior view, both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Challoch, Dumfries & Galloway, All Saints (Scottish Episcopal). NX 385 674. © Peter Amsden (2014). Link.
Challock, Kent, St. Cosmas & St. Damian. Link. Methodist Church. TR 008 504. Both © Geoff Watt.
Chantry, Somerset, Holy Trinity, a G. G. Scott church. Another view. ST 7192 4702. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It pre-dates a map of 1886. ST 7170 4696. All © Chris Kippin (2021).
Chapel, Cornwall, the site of a vanished medieval chapel at SW 842 606. © Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Chapel Allerton, Leeds, West Yorkshire - see Leeds.
Chapel Cross, Somerset, the scant remains of the C14 St. Andrew's Chapel. SS 905 448. © Richard Roberts (2019). It is a Scheduled Monument.
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire.
Chapel Haddlesey, North Yorkshire, St. John the Baptist. © Bill Henderson.
Chapel Hill, Lincolnshire, the former Holy Trinity (1884-1995). TF 2074 5376. © David Regan (2020). Link. The former Methodist Church of 1904, originally Wesleyan, which was closed in 1996. This source advises of two earlier chapels on the same site. TF 2077 5424. © Dave Hitchborne.
Chapel Lawn, Shropshire, St. Mary. Another view. SO 3159 7635. Both © Paul Wood (2017). Link.
Chapel le Dale, North Yorkshire, St. Leonard. © Mrs. Janet Dalby. Another view, and an interior view, both © Alan Blacklock. Grade II listed - link.
Chapel St Leonards, Lincolnshire,
St. Leonard on Church Lane. TF 5524 7203. © Bill Henderson (2013). Link. Grade II listed. The Methodist Church on St. Leonards Drive was originally Primitive Methodist. Its My Primitive Methodists entry dates it to 1836. TF 5553 7246. © David Regan (2021). Link.
Chapel Stile (Langdale), Cumbria, Holy Trinity. Interior view. NY 3209 0549. Both © Malcolm Minshaw. Two additional views - 1, 2, the interior and East window, all © John Balaam (2017). Link1. Link2. Older maps show a Mission Room at the southern end of the village, at NY 3218 0531. The Streetview van saw it in 2011. Dated here to "by 1897", it now serves as a village hall.
Chapelfield, Norwich, Norfolk - see Norwich.
Chapelhall. N. Lanarkshire, NS 783 626. © Susan Sinclair. Link.
Chapelton, South Lanarkshire, the Parish Church (CoS). Link. The former Chapelton Evangelical Church, now a private residence. Both © Adam Schofield (2014).
Chapeltown, Leeds, West Yorkshire - see Leeds.
Chapeltown, Sheffield, South Yorkshire - see Sheffield.
Chard, Somerset.
Charfield, Gloucestershire, St. James. Link. Grade I listed - link. St. John. Grade II listed - link. Both © Phil Draper. Congregational Church, © Janet Gimber (2012). Another view, © Graeme Harvey (2013). Link (2012 news story).
Charford, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire - see Bromsgrove.
Charing Cross, Greater London, the former Welsh Presbyterian Church. © Gervase N. E. Charmley. Quaker Meeting House, on St. Martin's Lane. © Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Charlbury, Oxfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. From an old postcard (franked 1908), Bulman Collection. Link.
Charing, Kent, St. Peter & St. Paul. © Bill McKenzie. Another view, from an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link. Methodist Church. TQ 969 445. © Geoff Watt. Link.
Charing Heath, Kent, Holy Trinity. TQ 922 495. © Geoff Watt.
Charlecote, Warwickshire,
St. Leonard. Door, with adjacent niches, the interior, rose window, a fine tomb, the altar and east window, and the ornate font. SP 2625 5656. All © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed, wherein it says it was re-built in 1851-3. Several headstones are listed separately, here.
Charlemont, Co. Armagh, the derelict former Church of Ireland church. H 858 556. © Gerard Close (2012).
Charlestown, Cornwall, St. Paul. SX 036 521. © Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Wesleyan Chapel (1827). SX 037 518. © Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view, © Paul E. Barnett (2017). Campdowns Cemetery Chapel. SX 039 522. © Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Charlestown, Co. Mayo, St. James (R.C.). G 477 018. © Gerard Close (2016). Link.
Charlestown, Manchester, Greater Manchester - see Manchester.
Charlestown, Salford, Greater Manchester - see Salford.
Charlestown, West Yorkshire, the former Naze Bottom Baptist Chapel. Dated here to 1909-1987, it was subsequently converted to residential use. It was built as successor to Mount Olivet Baptist Chapel, which stands higher up the valley. SE 9766 2670. © David Regan (2021).
Charlesworth, Derbyshire.
Charlston, Dundee (City), Dundee - see
Dundee.
Charlton, Greater London, Our Lady of Grace (R.C., consecrated 1907) on Charlton Road. Another view. Both © Gerard Doherty (2011). Link. St. Luke with Holy Trinity, on The Village, is Grade II Listed. Another view. Both © Gerard Doherty (2011). Link. St. Thomas (1849-50) on Maryon Road. Another view. Both © Gerard Doherty (2011). Link. U.R.C. (originally Congregational, 1902) on Bramshot Avenue. Another view. Both © Gerard Doherty (2011). Link.
Charlton, Hampshire, St Thomas. SU 3507 4708. © Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Charlton, Northamptonshire, the former Independent Chapel of 1827, off Main Street. SP 5277 3590. © David Regan (2018). The cemetery on Green Lane has a Mortuary Chapel. SP 5263 3626. © Chris Kippin (2022). Another place of worship is first show on a map of 1961, set back from the north end of Main Street at SP 5277 3603. I haven't been able to discover what it was. It stood somewhere behind the properties seen in a Streetview from 2021.
Charlton
(near Malmesbury), Wiltshire, St. John the Baptist. Interior view. ST 9591 8895. Both © Simon Edwards (2012). Link. Grade II* listed.
Charlton (near Shaftesbury), Wiltshire, St. John the Baptist. Another view. ST 9022 2263. Both © Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II listed.

Charlton, Worcestershire, St. John the Evangelist. The porch, and a close-up of the statue above the door. Two interior views - 1, 2. All © Peter Morgan (2012). Link. Grade C listed- link.
Charlton Abbots, Gloucestershire, St. Martin. © Graeme Harvey (2010). Link.
Charlton Adam, Somerset, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view and the interior. ST 5351 2866. All © Chris Kippin (2020). Grade I listed. A former, small and rather handsome Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands at the junction of Top Road and Broad Street, at ST 5372 2874. It can be seen here on a 2009 Streetview. It's still labelled, and was presumably active, when a map of 1962 was published.
Charlton Horethorne, Somerset, St. Peter and St. Paul. ST 6652 2307. © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is shown on old maps on North Road, at ST 6636 2343. This source dates it to 1861, a re-build of an earlier chapel of 1828, with closure in 1928 and subsequent demolition. Its site is to the left rear of the house seen here in a 2021 Streetview.
Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire - see Cheltenham.
Charlton Mackrell, Somerset, Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary, St. Mary the Virgin), and the interior. ST 5282 2834.  Both © Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. A number of churchyard monuments are listed separately - they can be found here. Although not especially indicated on any maps I've seen, there is a grade I listing for the The Abbey, near the church, which the listing says is built on the site of a chantry chapel. ST 5356 2869. Its Wikipedia entry includes a photo.
Charlton Marshall, Dorset, St. Mary the Virgin. © June Norris. Link.
Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, St. John, which stands a little over 1¼ miles N.E. of the village. Older maps and its grade II listing have it as St. John's Memorial Chapel. Interior view. ST 7299 3174. Link. Three hundred yards to its west is a former Baptist Chapel. It's dated to 1817-1958, according to the house name-sign, but 1830-1958 according to this source. ST 7270 3171. St. Stephen stands in the village at ST 7201 2991. Link. Grade II* listed. All © Chris Kippin (2021).
Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. Two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel, and the font. All © David Regan (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Charlynch, Somerset, the former St Mary, deconsecrated in 1981 and subsequently converted to residential use. ST 238 378. © Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Charminster, Dorset, St. Mary the Virgin. SY 679 928. Another view. Both © Les Needham. Link.
Charmouth, Dorset, St. Andrew on The Street. Although of medieval origin, it was completely re-built in 1836 by Charles Fowler. SY 364 935. © Graeme Harvey. Interior view, © Richard Roberts (2016). Link. Grade II listed. U.R.C. on The Street. Founded as Congregational in 1689, the present chapel is of 1815. SY 366 936. © Richard Roberts (2016). Grade II listed. Mortuary Chapel in Charmouth Cemetery, located at SY 353 941. It pre-dates the OS map of 1889. © Richard Roberts (2016).
Charnock Richard, Lancashire, Christ Church (1860) on Church Lane. SD 553 158. © Mike Berrell (2012).
Charsfield, Suffolk, St. Peter. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. The ceiling, © Iris Maeers. The font is still impressive, but the centuries have taken their toll on what must have been a magnificent object. © Iris Maeers. Link. Baptist Church (1808). © Iris Maeers. Link.
Charterhouse-on-Mendip, Somerset, St. Hugh. The building was originally used by lead miners as a meeting/welfare hall, and converted into a church in 1908. Two additional views - 1, 2. ST 50131 55663. All © Carole Sage (2017). Grade II* listed, for its Arts and Crafts interior. It opens to visitors during the summer months of Sunday afternoons, 2-5 PM.
Chartham, Kent, St. Mary. TR 106 500. © Geoff Watt. Another view, © Steve Bulman (2014).Link. Grade I listed. The ruin of Horton Chapel. Another view. TR 115 552. Both © Dave Godden. Link. Grade II listed.
Chartridge, Buckinghamshire, Mission Church. SP 932 037. © Les Needham.
Charwelton, Northamptonshire, Holy Trinity. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view. © Charles Moorhen. Another view, the porch, chancel (which has some attractive stone-carving), three interior views - 1, 2, 3, altar, pulpit, a handsome tomb and monument, and the attractive font, all © John Bowdler (2013). Link. Grade I listed. The tiny Chapel of the Good Shepherd, and two interior views - 1, 2. The meaning of the foundation stone isn't quite clear, but it reads "MOVED FROM VILLAGE SCHOOL AND ERECTED HERE TO COMMEMORATE THE CORONATION OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II. 2ND JUNE 1953". All © John Bowdler (2013). Two additional views- 1, 2, both © Howard Richter (2014).
Chase Terrace, Staffordshire, St. John. Emmanuel Church. The Old Methodist Church. All © Bruce Read.
Chasetown, Staffordshire.
Chatburn, Lancashire, Christ Church. © Steve Bulman. Interior view, © John Balaam (2015). Methodist Church (demolished in 2002). © Tom McLean. Methodist Church (built 2002). SD 770 440. © Philip Kapp.
Chatham, Kent.
Chattenden, Kent, Bishop Gundulph Church (Anglican). TQ 758 719. © Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2.
Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view. Both © David Regan (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Chattisham, Suffolk, All Saints and St. Margaret. Interior view. TM 092 422. Both © Mike Berrell.
Chatton, Northumberland, Holy Cross Church (U.R.C.). NU 056 282. © Steve Bulman. Link.
Chawleigh, Devon,
St. James. SS 7120 1266. © Andrew Ross. Two further views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, the altar, and the font, all © Carole Sage (1960's). Another view, another of the interior, and a close-up of the screen, all © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade I listed. The lych-gate is listed separately as grade II. The former Methodist Church on the road heading south of the village. It has a date-stone for 1922, and names it as Siloam. SS 7127 1230. © Chris Kippin (2022). Jubilee Hall, which stands just a few yards south of St. James, is a former Independent Chapel. Its grade II listing dates it to "circa 1840-1850". SS 7119 1261. © Chris Kippin (2022).
Chawton, Hampshire, St. Nicholas. SU 7079 3703. © June Fitzgerald. Another view,
© Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed.
Cheadle, Stockport, Greater Manchester.
Cheadle, Staffordshire.
Cheadle Heath, Stockport, Greater Manchester.
Chearsley, Buckinghamshire, St. Nicholas. Another view, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font. All © David Regan (2019). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Chebsey, Staffordshire, All Saints. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, from Ron Amphlett's Collection. Link.
Checkendon, Oxfordshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. SU 663 831. © Nick Hopton. Link.
Checkley, Staffordshire, St Mary and All Saints on Church Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of incumbents commences in 1238. SK 028 379. All © Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Chedburgh, Suffolk, All Saints. Another view. Both © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade II* listed.
Cheddar, Somerset.
Cheddington, Buckinghamshire, St. Giles. SP 922 180. Link. Methodist Church (built as Wesleyan, 1902). SP 921 173. Link. Both © Les Needham.
Cheddleton, Staffordshire, St. Edward the Confessor, built in the C13. Has Arts & Crafts decoration and windows by Burne-Jones and William Morris. St. Andrew (Methodist) on Ostlers Lane. SJ 969 520. © Mike Berrell. Link. The site of a large Victorian mental hospital has been largely redeveloped for residential use, but a few of the original buildings remain, including the chapel. What is/was the dedication? © Chris Emms (2010).
Cheddon Fitzpaine, Somerset, The Blessed Virgin Mary on Maidenbrook Lane. Another view. ST 243 276. Both © Alan Gardiner (2013). The lychgate is substantial, as is the lich-stone, where the coffin could be rested. Two interior views - 1, 2. All © Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chediston, Suffolk, St. Mary. Another view, and an interior view. All © Simon Edwards (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Chedworth, Gloucestershire, St. Andrew. © Mark Turbott.
Chedzoy, Somerset, Blessed Virgin Mary. A carved stone on the south porch bears the date 1579. ST 3411 3767. Both © Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed. A converted Wesleyan Methodist Chapel survives on Front Street, at ST 3390 3741. It's shown (but not labelled) on a map of 1889. It can be seen here on a 2011 Streetview.
Cheetham and Cheetham Hill, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
Cheldon, Devon, St. Mary. SS 7342 1340. © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chelford, Cheshire, St. John the Evangelist. SJ 819 739. © Len Brankin. Another view. © Les Needham.
Chell and Chell Heath, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire - see Stoke-on-Trent.
Chellaston, Derbyshire, St. Peter, on High Street. Another view. SK 381 304. Both © James Murray. Link. Methodist Church on High Street. Interior views - 1, 2, 3. SK 381 304. All © Mike Berrell (2010).
Chellington, Bedfordshire,
St. Nicholas. SP 9608 5631. From an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. A modern view, © David Regan (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Chelmarsh, Shrops., St. Peter. © Dorothy Turley.
Chelmondiston, Suffolk, Strict Baptist Church, photographed in 1994. According to this website, it's now closed. © Alan Taylor.
Chelmorton, Derbyshire, St. John the Baptist. Two interior views - 1, 2. SK 116 703. All © Mike Berrell (2010). Link. The former Primitive Hall (1874) now in secular use. SK 115 703. © Mike Berrell (2010).
Chelmsford, Essex.
Chelmsine, Somerset, the former Plymouth Brethren Chapel of circa 1880, now in residential use. ST 1893 1843. © P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Chelsea, Greater London.
Chelsham, Surrey, St. Leonard. TQ 3886 5912. © Karel Kuča (2007). Link. Grade II listed.
Chelston
, Torquay, Devon - see Torquay.
Chelston Heathfield, Somerset, the Congregational Church at ST 1600 2119. It pre-dates an O.S. map of 1888. © P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Peter's Kessler's entry for this church (select number 1) says that this is now a Brethren Chapel, and has been since at least 1929.
Chelsworth, Suffolk, All Saints. TL 980 479. © Steve Bulman (2005). Link.
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

Chelveston, Northamptonshire, St. John the Baptist. © Robin Peel (2013). Grade II* listed.
Chelvey, Somerset, St. Bridget. Another view. ST 4662 6837. Both © Carole Sage (2016). Grade I listed.
Chelwood, Somerset, St. Leonard. © Janet Gimber (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Cheney Longville, Shropshire, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SO 4312 8445. © Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Chenies, Buckinghamshire,
St. Michael, is the resting place of the Dukes of Bedford. TQ 0157 9836. © Chalmers Cursley. Another view, © Alan Wilson. Another view, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, two of the several fine monuments - 1, 2, and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade I listed. Chenies Baptist Church, dated here to 1779, with later additions and alterations. TQ 0211 9813. © Chalmers Cursley. Link.
Chepstow, Monmouthshire.
Chequerfield, West Yorkshire, (near Pontefract), St. Mary. The R.C. church dedicated to The Holy Family. Both © Bill Henderson.
Cherhill, Wiltshire, St. James. Four additional views - 1, 2, 3, 4. All © Roger Heap (2015). Link. Grade II* listed.
Cherington, Warwickshire, St. John the Baptist. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Cheriton, Hampshire, St. Michael and All Angels. SU 581 284. © Chris Kippin. Link. Grade I listed.
Cheriton or Stackpole Elidor, Pembrokeshire, St. James and St. Elidyr. Two interior views - 1, 2. SR 988 973. All © Mike Berrell (2010).
Cheriton, Swansea, St. Cadoc. Another view. SS 4505 9319. Both © C. Ansell. Link. Grade I listed.
Cheriton Bishop, Devon, St. Mary. SX 7733 9357. © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Cheriton Cross, Devon, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 7733 9357. © Chris Kippin (2021).
Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, St. Matthew. Another view, the porch, and the interior. SS 8673 0618. Link. Grade I listed. Some tombs in the churchyard are listed separately here. The Methodist Church (Bible Christian on a map of 1873-88) stands on Fore Street, at SS 8694 0624. Link. All © Chris Kippin (2021).
Cherry Burton, East Riding of Yorkshire, St. Michael and All Angels. © James Murray.
Cherry Willingham, Lincolnshire,
St. Peter and St. Paul, a lovely Georgian church. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the font (note castors!). All © David Regan (2015). Link, which says it dates from 1763. The Grade I listing has it as 1753. The former Methodist Church was originally Wesleyan (1836-1998). It now serves as the parish office, while the congregation now meet at the church hall on High Street. © David Regan (2020). Link.
Chesham, Buckinghamshire.
Chesham Bois, Buckinghamshire, St. Leonard. Another view. SP 969 998. Both © Les Needham. Link.
Cheslyn Hay, Staffordshire, Salem Methodist Church. Built 1855, enlarged 1898. © Chris Emms (2009). Link.
Chester, Cheshire.
Chester Green, Derby, Derbyshire - see Derby.
Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham.
Chester Moor, Co. Durham, former Methodist Chapel, now a model shop. Next door stands a restaurant formerly known as "God's Kitchen". This newspaper article says it is a former church. Both © James Murray. Despite the article, a later one (after the restaurant changed hands) owns up to its earlier mistake. This had never been a church, but had instead been a working man's club. My appreciation to Howard Richter for his researches clearing up this confusion.
Chesterblade, Somerset, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Interior view and the plain Norman tub font. ST 6610 4123. Link. Grade II* listed.  The stump of a cross in the churchyard is listed as grade II. All © Chris Kippin (2021).
Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
Chesterfield, Kent, Catholic Church of St. Joseph. TR 136 665. © Geoff Watt.
Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, St. Michael. © Robin Peel. Link.
Chesterton, Oxfordshire, St. Mary. A lovely view in winter. The "mass" or scratch dial. SP 562 214. All © Andy Johnson.
Chesterton, Staffordshire, Holy Trinity, the parish church. Link. U.R.C., previously Congregational, and before that, Baptist. Elim Pentecostal Church was originally Wesleyan Methodist, and dates from 1875, replacing an earlier building. Salvation Army. All © Gervase N. E. Charmley (2009). St. John the Evangelist (R.C.). © Chris Emms (2009). Link.
Chesterton, Warwickshire, dedicated to St. Giles. SP 358 583. © Steve Bulman. Another view, and an interior view, both © Aidan McRae Thomson.
Chettisham, Cambridgeshire, St. Michael and All Angels. Two views of the interior - 1, 2, and the font. TL 5468 8335. All © David Regan (2018). Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all © Karel Kuča (2019). Link2. Grade II listed.
Chettle, Dorset, St. Mary. ST 9516 1329. Grade II* listed. Possible former church. ST 9518 1338. Howard Richter has been examining old maps to determine something of the history of this building, and can find no evidence of religious use. Both © Chris Kippin (2019).
Chetton, Shropshire, St. Giles. SO 663 904. © Dorothy Turley. Two additional views - 1, 2, three interiors - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all © Dennis Harper (2013). Grade II* listed.
Chetwode, Buckinghamshire, St. Mary and St. Nicholas (aka Chetwode Priory). Two interior views - 1, 2, and the font. The church retains two sets of box pews for families - these are sufficiently tall to hide the occupiers from the congregation and vicar!. All © David Regan (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Chetwynd, Shropshire, St. Michael & All Angels. © Peter Morgan. Link.
Cheveley, Cambridgeshire, St. Mary and the Host of Heaven. Two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel, a rather handsome monument,  and the brightly-painted font. All © David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Chevington, Northumberland, St. John the Divine. NZ 249 998. © Bill Henderson (2014). Link.
Chew Magna, Somerset, St. Andrew on South Parade. Another three views -1, 2, 3, the tower, gargoyles and carved heads - 1, 2, 3, four of the interior - 1, 2, 3, 4, the East window, the screen, and the richly-carved pulpit and Norman font. The church has some fine monuments - 1, 2, 3. ST 57716 63240. Link. Grade I listed. The former Hope Chapel (1874, Methodist Free Church) on Battle Lane. Now used as an office, it seems to have closed as a church in the 1970's. An earlier Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is mentioned in a National Gazetteer (1868), but its location is so far unknown. ST 57161 63155. Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart on High Street. (1960's, R.C.). ST 57114 63104. Link1. Link2. Chew Magna Baptist Church on Tunbridge Road was built by Bristol Baptist Itinerant Society. However, the congregation dates back to 1824, and meetings will have been held in cottages, or outdoors, until the church was opened in 1867. There were a number of other small chapels in the valley, some without a baptistery, so christenings for these would be held at Chew Magna. Another view. ST 57666 63044. Link. Grade II listed. All © Carole Sage (2017).
Chew Stoke, Somerset, St. Andrew on Church Lane. Note the eccentric stair-turret with its own small spire. Another view. The church has a good number of gargoyles, a selection of four - 1, 2, 3, 4. ST 55685 61948. All © Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church (C), a late C19 re-build of an 1815-16 chapel. ST 55993 61599. © Carole Sage (2016).
Chewton Keynsham, Somerset, Mission Church. It was converted from an older school in the late 19th century. ST 65239 66319. © Carole Sage (2017). Link.
Chewton Mendip, Somerset, St. Mary Magdalene. Two extra views - 1, 2, a carved stone figure, a selection of the (mostly cheerful) gargoyles and grotesques - 1, 2, 3, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, the lovely embroidered altar cloth, and two of the windows - 1, 2. ST 5964 5315. All © Carole Sage (2016 and 2017). Link. Grade I listed. A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands to the south-west of the village at ST 5919 5232. © Chris Kippin (2021).
Chicheley, Buckinghamshire, St. Lawrence. Another view. Both © David Regan (2018). Link (has interior photos). Grade I listed.
Chichester, West Sussex.
Chickney, Essex, St. Mary the Virgin, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Its grade I listing says it is late Saxon. Another view, the interior, and the font. TL 5743 2805. All © Chris Stafford (2012). Link.
Chiddingfold, Surrey,
St. Mary. SU 959 353. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, © Chris Kippin. Link. Grade I listed.
Chiddingstone, Kent,
St. Mary the Virgin. Another view. TQ 5008 4519. Both © Dave Westrap. Link. Grade II* listed.
Chiddingstone Causeway, Kent, St. Luke. TQ 520 465. © Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2.
Chideock, Dorset, St. Giles. © Graeme Harvey. Two further views - 1, 2, two interior views - 1, 2, and the font, all © Dennis Harper (2011). Link. Grade I listed. The Church of Our Lady, Queen of Martyrs, and St. Ignatius (R.C., 1872) on North Road. Built by Charles Weld in the grounds of Chideock Manor. Interior view. SY 420 934. Both © Richard Roberts (2016). Link. Grade II* listed. Also by Charles Weld, the Catholic Cemetery Memorial Chapel (1852) on North Road. SY 421 929. © Richard Roberts (2016). Grade II* listed.
Chieveley, Berkshire, St. Mary the Virgin, as seen by Streetview in 2009. Its grade II* listing has better images. SU 4744 7409. Interior view, from an old postcard (franked in 1915) in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (or the building which replaced it) stands on Graces Lane at SU 4772 7377. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. Genuki has dates of "founded before 1804" and closing "after 1915". The village also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel, on High Street, at SU 4757 7389. It has a date-stone for 1914. Link says it was closed in the 1970's. The same source dates its predecessor to 1804. This must surely be the P.M. Chapel marked on a map of 1899 on Green Lane at SU 4765 7355. Evidently demolished, its site was seen by Streetview in 2009.
Chilbolton, Hampshire, St. Mary the Less. Another view, and the interior. SU 394 402. All © Chris Kippin (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Chilcomb, Hampshire, St. Andrew. Two interior views - 1, 2. SU 5071 2792. All © Chris Kippin (2021). Grade I listed.
Chilcompton, Somerset,
St. John the Baptist. Another view. ST 6470 5241. Both © Janet Gimber (2016). Link. Grade II* listed. Church House (on The Street), built as the hall for St. John in 1911, has been used for services. The building might be older, or on the site of an older building, as the 25" O.S. map of 1886 shows a building with the same footprint. ST 6489 5214. © Janet Gimber (2016). The former St. Aldhelm (R.C.) on Frys Well and Bowden Hill. ST 6487 5160. © Janet Gimber (2016). Link (still available at the time of writing). The former Methodist Church, on Fry's Well and Bakers Lane, now residential, was originally Wesleyan. ST 6486 5156. © Janet Gimber (2016). The 25" O.S. map of 1886 marks a Plymouth Brethren Chapel. It's unclear which building the label is supposed to indicate, but it's perhaps one at ST 6488 5215, immediately behind what is now Church House.
Chilcote, Leicestershire, St. Matthew. Another view. Both © David Regan (2017). Link. Grade II listed.
Child Okeford, Dorset, St. Nicholas. © June Norris. An old postcard view (on which it is spelled Childe Okeford) from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Childrey, Oxfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. SU 360 877. From an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade I listed.
Childs Hill, Greater London - see the Greater London page.
Chilham, Kent,
St. Mary. Another view. TR 068 536. Both © Steve Bulman (2014). An old postcard view, from Steve Bulman's Collection, franked 1916 or 1918. A painting owned by Norman Boyd shows a village in the snow. Sent in for identification, he managed to identify it himself. Link. Grade I listed.
Chillaton, Devon, the former Bible Christian Chapel. It pre-dates a map of 1884. How much of the chapel survives is unclear, though the porch looks genuine, and the footprint of today's building is the same as that of the chapel on large scale maps. SX 4354 8200. © Chris Kippin (2022).
Chillingham, Northumberland, St. Peter. You shouldn't need a reason to visit the beautiful county of Northumberland, but here's one - the Grey Tomb. NU 063 259. Both © Steve Bulman. Link.
Chillington, Devon, Methodist Church. SX 789 427. © Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Chillington, Kent, All Saints. TR 269 537. © Geoff Watt.
Chilmark, Wiltshire, St. Margaret of Antioch. Another view. ST 9699 3279. Both © Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. The 25" O.S. map of 1901 shows a Mission Room on an apparently un-named narrow road or path off Ridgeway, at ST 9686 3249. If all or any of it survives, it will be in one of the two properties visible here in a 2011 Streetview. It is still marked as Mission Room on a map of 1962, but not marked on one of 1984.
Chilthorne Domer, Somerset, St. Mary. ST 5248 1942. © Chris Kippin (2021). Link has an interior view. Grade II* listed. Churchyard monuments listed separately can be found here.
Chilton, Buckinghamshire, St. Mary. Three extra views - 1, 2, 3. SP 6867 1161. All © David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Chilton, Durham,
St. Aidan. The town Wikipedia entry dates the church to 1930, a re-build of its predecessor (burnt down) of 1877. Oddly, this earlier church doesn't appear on large scale O.S. maps from the turn of the 19th-20th century. NZ 2875 2993. © Bill Henderson. Windlestone Methodist Church on Durham Road was originally Wesleyan. A newspaper story about conversion plans mentions a building date of 1913-14. NZ 2852 2941. © Alan Blacklock. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all © Karel Kuča (2019). A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, perhaps predecessor of Windlestone, is shown on the 25" O.S. map of 1892-1914, at NZ 2905 2940. Its site lies under the road (The Grove) seen here in a Streetview of 2010. The 1" map of 1953 marks a place of worship a short distance from St. Aidan, at NZ 2866 2996. On Victoria Road, what must be the former church can be seen here in a 2009 Streetview. It's labelled on maps of the 1920's and 1930's as Meth Ch., but I haven't been able to find any further information about it.
Chilton Cantelo, Somerset, St. James. ST 5702 2218. © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, St. Mary. SU 318 705. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Methodist Church (1932). SU 322 703. Both © Chris Kippin (2018).
Chilton Lane, Durham, the site of St. Luke Mission Church, as seen by the Streeview van in 2009. It stood directly opposite Church Street, at the left end of the terrace of houses. It pre-dates a map of 1897, and had evidently been enlarged by 1939. A Wikipedia article dates it to 1878. I've been unable to establish a closure date, but it seems to have been active at least into the late 1980's. NZ 3037 3115. A Primitive Methodist Chapel stood a short distance south of St. Luke, on the opposite side of the road, at NZ 3042 3110. This too was enlarged at some point, as its footprint on old maps demonstrates. It survived as Methodist into the 1980's, and was built before 1897. The Streetview van passed its vacant site in 2009. The Wesleyans had a presence too, at Ferryhill Station, NZ 3025 3174. Again pre-dating a map of 1897, the last map I have access to which labels it is from 1939. It's site can be seen on a 2009 Streetview.
Chilton Moor, Tyne & Wear, St. Andrew, originally a Mission Church of 1876, designed by George Gilbert Scott junior. © James Murray. Interior view, © Jennifer Murray (2016). Link. The former Colliery Row Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1872 - circa 1970) on Colliery Row. It has since been in commercial use. © Norman Cummings (2015).
Chilton Polden, Somerset, St Edward. The church is somewhat unusual in having its Sunday School within the churchyard. ST 3735 3996. Both © Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II listed. Older O.S. maps mark Sion Independent/Congregational Chapel at ST 3793 3970. It pre-dates a map of 1886, and can be seen here on a 2011 Streetview. The building currently on the site betrays no signs of having been a chapel, but looks old enough to be it. This source dates it to 1840, and says it was sold in 1939. It also mentions that a house was used for worship from 1860 by Primitive Methodists, but I've been unable to establish where this was.
Chilton Trinity, Somerset, Holy Trinity. The interior, and the pulpit. ST 296 391. All © Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire, All Saints. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Previously in the Unknown section, this old postcard (from Brian Curtis's Collection) shows the fire damaged or bombed church, and was identified by John R. Parker, who advises that the church was rebuilt by German POW's in the 1940's. Link.
Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, Christ Church (1901-3). Another view. Originally a mission church from St. Mary at Attenborough, it now has a daughter church - St. Barnabas at Inham Nook. SK 522 362. Both © Howard Richter (2011). Link. Clarkes Lane Methodist Church. Built in the 1970's, it was preceded by the former United Methodist Church (originally Methodist New Connexion and now residential) which stands adjacent. Another view. The building has a date-stone for 1857. This link has some interesting history - among other things it says that this building was preceded by an older one of 1798, and a re-used stone of that date is built into the rear of the U.M. Church. SK 520 359. © Howard Richter (2011). Link.
Chilworth, Hampshire, St. Denys. SU 4066 1877. © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1812, on the site of a medieval predecessor. A tomb is listed separately as grade II.
Chilworth, Surrey, St. Martha. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Chingford, Greater London, St. Peter & St. Paul. Another view. Both from old postcards in Steve Bulman's Collection. All Saints (the Old Church), from an old postcard in Paul E. Barnett's Collection. Link (for both churches).
Chinley, Derbyshire, St. Mary on Buxton Road. SK 041 826. Turnpike Chapel. SK 041 827. Independent Chapel on Hayfield Road, dates from 1711. Interior view. SK 055 820. Link. All © Mike Berrell.
Chinnor, Oxfordshire, St. Andrew. SP 757 009. Methodist Church, originally the Bourne Memorial Chapel (Primitive Methodist), 1875. SP 754 009. Congregational Church. SP 756 013. Link. All © Les Needham.
Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire, St. Lawrence. SP 929 072. © Les Needham. Link.
Chippenham, Cambridgeshire, St. Margaret of Antioch. © Peter Wood. Link.
Chippenham, Wiltshire.
Chipperfield, Hertfordshire, St. Paul. TL 043 015. Link. Baptist Church. TL 041 018. Both
© Chalmers Cursley.
Chipping, Lancashire.
Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire,
St. James. SP 1547 3945. © Steve Bulman. The tower, two interior views - 1, 2, the pulpit and font (half of another is built into a wall), piscina and sedilia in the chancel, and a close-up of one of the many tombs, all © Steve Bulman (2011). The altar, and tomb (the same one as the earlier "close-up", both © Simon Edwards (2011). The monument to Edward Noel, Viscount Campden (d. 1642) and his wife, © Christopher Skottowe. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Grade I listed. Baptist Church. SP 150 391. © Graeme Harvey. Another view, © Steve Bulman (2011). St. Catherine (R.C.). SP 1486 3903. © Graeme Harvey. Another view, and the interior, both © Steve Bulman (2011).
Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, some splendid window tracery, a handsome gargoyle, and a window, five interior views - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, the altar, and the font, all © John Bowdler (2014). Link. Grade I listed. Former Salvation Army Citadel, now Chipping Norton theatre. © Rob Brettle. Baptist Church. © Graeme Harvey. Grade II listed. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. © Steve Bulman (2011).
Chipping Ongar, Essex, St. Martin. Another view. Both © Bill McKenzie.
Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, St. John the Baptist. © Peter Morgan. The original Baptist Chapel, © Janet Gimber (2015). Link. The successor was this Baptist Chapel on High Street, followed by this adjacent one. Both © Jim Parker. Recent building work has changed its appearence -  © Janet Gimber (2015). St. Lawrence (R.C.) on Broad Street. © Jim Parker. The former Salvation Army hall on Brook Street was previously a Quaker meeting house. © Rob Brettle.
Chipping Warden, Northamptonshire,
St. Peter and St. Paul. The tower. SP 4989 4870. Both © Steve Bulman. Another view, © David Regan (2017). The porch, and two interior view (taken through windows) - 1, 2, all © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed. A glimpse of the former Methodist Church. According to an estate agents notice, it was originally Wesleyan. SP 4997 4890. © David Regan (2018).
Chirbury, Shropshire, St. Michael. Interior view, and the font. SO 261 985. All © Steve Bulman (2011). Grade I listed - link.
Chirk, Wrexham.
Chirnside, Borders,
CoS. This source says there is some 12th century fabric, but it is mostly of an 1878 re-build, with later additions. NT 8696 5603. © Bill McKenzie. Three more views - 1, 2, 3, and the door, all © Steve Bulman (2017). Category B listed. The Chirnside Community Centre is marked on older maps as a Free Church, dated here to 1783. NT 8700 5656. © Steve Bulman (2017). Old maps also show a United Presbyterian Church, off what is now the B6355, at NT 8706 5663. This source dates it to 1857, with demolition in 1980. Its site lies under a row of houses, visible in the background above the sandstone gate pillars, in this 2021 Streetview.
Chiselborough, Somerset, St. Peter and St. Paul on Church Lane. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the altar. ST 468 149. All © Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed.
Chiselhampton, Oxfordshire, St. Katherine, a Georgian gem of 1762-3. The bell-tower with clock, interior view, altar, pulpit and font. All © Iain Taylor (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chislet, Kent, St. Mary the Virgin. TR 224 644. © Geoff Watt. An old postcard view, from John Bowdler's Collection. Marshside Methodist Church at Boyden Gate. © Alan K. Taylor (1994).
Chiswell, Dorset - see Portland.
Chiswick, Greater London, Our Lady of Grace (R.C., 1886) on Chiswick High Road. It stands on the site of an earlier church of 1864. Another view. TQ 208 785. Both © Martin Richter (2015). Link1. Link2. Grade II listed.
Chisworth, Derbyshire, Chisworth Methodist Church, formerly Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SJ 998 922. © Mike Berrell (2011). Two interior views - 1, 2, both © Mike Berrell (2012).
Chittering, Cambridgeshire, the remains of Denny Abbey. Another view. Both © James Murray. Link.
Chitterne, Wiltshire,
St. Mary. The remaining chancel of an otherwise demolished church, it stands in a cemetery and serves as the mortuary chapel. Its grade II* listing says the rest of the church was demolished in the 1860's. ST 9896 4390. © Christopher Skottowe (1965). A recent view, and the interior, both © Chris Kippin (2020). Link. All Saints and St. Mary. ST 9920 4406. © Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. Some tombs and churchyard features are listed separately, and they can be found here. The former Baptist Chapel (1903, date-stone) on Bidden Lane. ST 9929 4388. © Chris Kippin (2020). Old O.S. maps show two other sites of interest. The first is marked as St. Andrew's Chapel, and it stands a short way north of the church at ST 9918 4424. Here is its 2011 Streetview. Link. A little further north again, across the road, is marked the site of All Saints Church. It stood in the fields behind the house seen in this 2009 Streetview. An illustration, plan and history is available here, where it says the church was mostly demolished in 1861, the chancel following in 1877.
Chittlehamholt, Devon, St. John the Baptist (which sits less than half a mile S.S.W. of the hamlet), as seen by Streetview in 2009. SS 6459 2042. Link dates it to 1838. Grade II listed. The former Plymouth Brethren Chapel. It's also grade II listed, and also dates from 1838. SS 6497 2089. © Chris Kippin (2022).
Chittlehampton, Devon,
St. Hieritha. Can you identify the small church to its left? SS 6360 2559. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection. Thanks to Janet Gimber for advising that the "church" next door is in fact the CoE primary school. Three modern views - 1, 2, 3, and the interior, all © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on East Street. It has a date-stone for "Wesleyan Chapel 1858". SS 6361 2548. © Chris Kippin (2022). Link.
Chivelstone, Devon, St. Sylvester. The interior, and the screen. SX 7832 3875. All © Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chiverton, Cornwall, the former St. Peter. SW 745 471. © Paul E. Barnett (2015). Estate Agents notice, with interior photos.
Chobham, Surrey, dedicated to St. Lawrence. SU 973 618. © Barbara Barklem. Link. Grade I listed. St. Saviour at Valley End. SU 978 653. © Barbara Barklem. Another view, © Susan Heighes (2013). Grade II listed.
Chollerford, Northumberland, St. Giles. Interior view. Both © Peter Morgan (2009).
Chollerton, Northumberland, St. Giles (C). NY 931 719. © Bill Henderson (2011). Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all © Steve Bulman (2013). An unusual feature is the semi-circular enclosure at the East end surrounding a table tomb. © Steve Bulman (2013). Link.
Cholsey, Oxfordshire, St. Mary, the burial place of Agatha Christie. SU 583 870. © Tim Tomlinson. Another view, and the interior, both from old postcards in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade I listed.
Chop Gate, North Yorkshire, St. Hilda. Methodist Church. Both © Bill Henderson.
Choppards, West Yorkshire, Mission Rooms. Another view. Both © David Regan (2012). Link.
Choppington, Northumberland, St. Paul the Apostle. NZ 254 842. © Bill Henderson (2013). Link.
Chorley, Lancashire.
Chorley, Shropshire, the Baptist Church at High Green. Another view. SO 7012 8324. Both © Chris Kippin (2020).
Chorleywood, Hertfordshire.
Chorlton, Cheshire, Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1901. © Peter Morgan (2015). Link.
Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
Christ Church-over-Wyresdale, Lancs.. © Steve Bulman.
Christchurch, Cambridgeshire,
Christ Church. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all © David Regan (2019). Grade II listed.
Christchurch, Dorset, the Priory Church. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Another old view (late C19) from an album in Christopher Skottowe's Collection, and another, from
Paul E. Barnett's Collection. A modern view, and another. Both © Graeme Harvey. Link. Grade I listed.
Christchurch, Gloucestershire, Christ Church. Interior view. Both © Peter Morgan. Another view, © David Gallimore.
Christchurch, Newport, Holy Trinity. Another view, and an interior view. Although a Norman church, the interior is of the 1950's, following restoration after a fire in 1949. All © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Chrishall, Essex, Holy Trinity. © Marion Hall. Link. Grade I listed - link.
Christian Malford, Wiltshire, All Saints. © Mark Summers.
Christleton, Cheshire, St. James. Another view. Both © Peter Morgan (2010). Link.
Christon Bank, Northumberland, Christon Bank Methodist Church, which was built as a Primitive Methodist Church (not chapel) in 1891. NU 212 230. © Richard Roberts (2017). Link.
Christow, Devon, St. James the Apostle. The interior, and the screen. SX 8362 8504. All © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade I listed. For other associated listed features, see here. A Particular Baptist Chapel existed by the time of the earliest available O.S. map (1888). The National Archives references documents pertaining to the chapel up to 1969. SX 8323 8556. Now The Old Chapel, it was seen by Streetview in 2022.
Chudleigh, Devon,
St. Martin & St. Mary. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. An un-posted postcard, this one provided no clues at all, and had languished in the Unknown section for several years. Janet Gimber has identified it as Chudleigh church, and provided this link to a photo taken from a similar angle. For additional proof, see Google Earth for the relationship between the church and the field walls. SX 867 794. From Steve Bulman's Collection.
Chudleigh Knighton, Devon, St. Paul. Another view, and a moving CWWG memorial. SX 84605 77434. All © Andrew Ross (2018). Link. Grade II listed.
Chulmleigh, Devon, St. Mary Magdalene. Two more views - 1, 2, the interior and screen. SS 6868 1414. All © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade I listed. The churchyard railings etc., are grade II listed. The former Methodist Church (1883) on Molton Street. It originated as a Bible Christian Chapel, which still stands to the rear, and has a date-stone for 1836. SS 6868 1435. Both © Chris Kippin (2022). Congregational Church on East Street. Its grade II* listing dates it to 1710, with later additions - however there is a date-stone above the entrance porch for 1633. SS 6891 1429. Both © Chris Kippin (2022). A former Chapel stands on New Street at SS 6869 1422. Now called The Old Chapel House, its denomination is (so far) unknown. Its grade II listing dates it to the early 19th century. © Chris Kippin (2022). The 1:50,000 O.S. map of 1960 (surveyed no later than 1958) shows a church on the south side of the Leigh Road, at circa SS 684 142. So far unidentified, lack of a large scale map showing it prevents identification of the plot of land. "Travelling" along Leigh Road on Streetview doesn't yield any likely candidates for a surviving building. Can you identify the church?
Church, Accrington, Lancashire, - see Accrington.
Church Brampton, Northamptonshire, St. Botolph. © Aidan McRae Thomson. Another view, three interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all © David Regan (2017). Grade II* listed.
Church Broughton, Derbyshire,
the 12th century St. Michael and All Angels on Church Road. SK 205 337. © James Murray. Another view, and the interior, both © Richard Roberts (2018). Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church, © James Murray. Link.
Church Eaton, Staffordshire, St. Editha. © Aidan McRae Thomson.
Church Fenton, North Yorkshire, St. Mary the Virgin. © Bill Henderson. Methodist Church. © Steve Bulman.
Church Gresley, Derbyshire, St. George & St. Mary on Church Street. Originally a Priory founded in 1135. Link. Grade II* listed. Mission Room on Queen Street. Although founded before 1901, the present building is obviously of a later date. SK 294 183. Both © Richard Roberts (2014).
Church Laneham, Nottinghamshire,
St. Peter. Another view. SK 8147 7657. Both © David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed.
Church Langton, Leicestershire,
St. Peter. SP 7241 9341. © Steve Watson. Another view and an interior view, both © Aidan McRae Thomson (2012). The chancel, piscina and sedilia, a window, and a tomb, all © Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Church Lawford, Warwickshire, St Peter. © Paul Brown. SP 454 763.
Church Lawton, Cheshire, All Saints. SJ 821 557. Link. © Len Brankin.
Church Leigh, Staffordshire, All Saints. SK 023 358. © Chris Emms (2009).
Church Lench, Worcestershire, All Saints. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Two further views - 1, 2 - and an interior view. All © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Church Minshull, Cheshire, St. Bartholomew. Interior view. Both © Cyril D. Blount. Two additional views - 1, 2, and another interior, all © John Headon (2015). Link. Grade II* listed.
Church Norton, West Sussex, St. Wilfrid. SZ 872 958. From an old postcard, Kevin Gordon's Collection. A modern view. © Kit Heald. Link.
Church Oakley, Hampshire, St. Leonard. SU 567 503. © Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed.
Church Preen, Shropshire, St. John the Baptist. Another view. Its grade II* listing dates it to the first half of the 13th century, originally "part-monastic". SO 5433 9815. Both © Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Church Pulverbatch, Shropshire, St. Edith. Another view. SJ 4299 0292. Both © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. Some tombs and a memorial in the churchyard are separately listed - they can be found here.
Church Stowe, Northamptonshire, St. Michael. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3. SP 639 577. All © Howard Richter (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Church Stretton, Shropshire.
Church Village, Rhondda Cynon Taff, St. Illtyd, the parish church. The tower dates from 1636. Salem Baptist Church. Another view. Bethel Baptist Church. All © Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Church Warsop, Nottinghamshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view. SK 5678 6880. Both © David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed. Lifespring Church on Carter Lane. Google Maps label it as Bethel Full Gospel Church. SK 5616 6874. © David Regan (2020). Link.
Church Wilne, Derbyshire, St. Chad on Wilne Road. Interior view. Richard advises that the roof beams and rood screen date from after a serious fire in 1917, when the originals were destroyed. SK 448 318. Both © Richard Roberts. Grade I listed.
Churcham, Gloucestershire, St. Andrew. One of the few churches with a "Rhenish Helm" tower. © June Norris. Here lies Alfred Henry Hook, V.C., one of the defenders at Rorke's Drift. According to his Wikipedia entry, his portrayal in the film "Zulu" was a travesty. Link1. Link2.
Churchdown, Gloucestershire.
Churchend, Essex, on Foulness Island. Rebuilt in 1848. Much of the island is under the Ministry of Defence, so access is limited. TR 0093. © Julieanne Savage.
Churchill, Oxfordshire, All Saints (C). SP 283 240. Grade II* listed - link. Old Church (K) - only the chancel survives, which latterly served as a mortuary chapel. The door. SP 279 245. Grade II listed - link. Methodist Church. SP 280 242. All © Steve Bulman (2011).
Churchill, Somerset, St. John the Baptist on Church Lane. A C12 church re-built in the C14 and C15, with a Victorian restoration. Two further views - 1, 2, and an example of the many gargoyles. ST 4373 6024. Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on Front Street dates from the 1870's. Another view. Link. Grade II listed. All © Carole Sage (2016).
Churchill, Worcestershire, St. James. Dating from 1868 it is Grade II listed. SO 879 793. © Richard Rogerson. Link.
Churchinford, Somerset, Baptist Chapel. © Simon Kidner.
Churchover, Warwickshire, dedicated to the Holy Trinity. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Churchstanton, Somerset,
St. Peter & St. Paul. ST 1958 1453. © Simon Kidner. Two additional views - 1, 2, both © P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed.
Churchstoke, Powys,
St. Nicholas. The porch. Both © John Bowdler. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and the pulpit, all © John Bowdler (2010). Link. Methodist Church (1879). SO 2686 9407. © Steve Bulman (2018). Link.
Churchstow, Devon, St. Mary. The interior. SX 7125 4591. Both © Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II* listed.
Churchtown, Cumbria - see Sebergham, on the Cumbria page.
Churchtown, Lancashire, - see Garstang.
Churchtown, Southport, Merseyside - see Southport.
Churston Ferrers, Devon, St. Mary the Virgin. Two additional views - 1, 2, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font. This was Agatha Christie's church, who paid for the East window - apparently she didn't like the old one! SX 904 564. All © Dennis Harper (2018). Grade II* listed.
Churwell, Morley, West Yorkshire - see Morley.
Chute Forest, Wiltshire, the redundant St. Mary (1875), now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. © Richard A. Marriott (2013). Link.
Chwilog, Gwynedd, Capel Siloh (Congregational). The dates on the chapel are 1869 and 1897, which agrees with the dates given in the grade II listing. However, Coflein says that it was built in 1835, re-built in 1869, and with further works of enlargement and alteration in 1877 and 1897. SH 4329 3843. Capel Uchaf (Calvinisitic Methodist, 1882). SH 4313 3847. Link. Both © Howard Richter (2016).
Chynhale, Cornwall, the former Methodist Chapel. Older O.S. maps label it as Wesleyan. It was built after an 1877 map survey, and before one of 1906. SW 6419 3085. © Paul E. Barnett (2022).

Cilcennin, Ceredigion, Holy Trinity. Two interior views - 1, 2. SN 521 602. Capel Sion (1859). Three interior views - 1, 2, 3. SN 520 601. All © Mike Berrell (2012).
Cildywyll (near Llanddowror), Carmarthenshire, Elim Congregational Chapel. SN 236 129. © Peter Morgan (2011).
Cilfynydd, Rhondda Cynon Taff, St. Luke the Evangelist (CiW). Beulah Baptist Church. The former Moriah Welsh Independent Chapel (closed). All © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire, St. Llawddog on Church Street. Two interior views - 1, 2, and an interesting memorial tablet. SN 191 431. Link. The former Babel Chapel (1795) on High Street, now closed. The date-stone also has dates 1822 and 1891. SN 195 430. Penuel Baptist Chapel (1862) on High Street. SN 197 429. All © Mike Berrell (2011).
Cilgwyn, Pembrokeshire, Caersalem Chapel (1915 and 1948). SN 230 389. The former St. Mary, now a private residence. ca. SN 231 384. Both © Mike Berrell (2010).
Cille Choirill, Highland, (near Roy Bridge). © Martin Briscoe.
Cimla, Neath, Neath Port Talbot - see Neath.
Cinderford, Gloucestershire.
Cinderhill
, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire - see Nottingham.
Cippyn, Pembrokeshire, Capel Cerizim (1849, re-built 1882). SN 140 479. © Mike Berrell.
Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
City of London, Greater London
City of Westminster, Greater London.

Clabby, County Tyrone, St. Margaret. © Jack Storey.
Clachan, Lismore Island, Argyll & Bute, St. Moluag (Parish Church and former Cathedral). © Rob Brettle. Link.
Clachan, Argyll & Bute, the former Free Church of Scotland. Thanks to Norman Campbell for advising the denomination. Kilcalmonell parish church. Both © Martin Briscoe.
Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, St. John the Baptist at Great Clacton. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection (franked, 1905). Link.
Clady, Co. Antrim, Clady Water Baptist Church. J 199 836. © Gerard Close (2012).
Clady, Co. Derry, St. Oliver Plunkett (R.C.). C 958 035. © Gerard Close.
Claggan, Co. Derry, Presbyterian Church, dating from 1846. J 782 848. © Gerard Close.
Claines, Worcestershire, St. John the Baptist. © Simon Edwards (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Clanabogan, Co. Tyrone, CoI. H 407 685. © Gerard Close.
Another view (CoI). © Jack Storey.
Clandown, Somerset, the former Holy Trinity, now in residential use. Another view. The former Methodist Church on Springfield Place, built as Primitive Methodist. All © Janet Gimber (2016).
Clanfield, Oxfordshire, St. Stephen. SP 283 021. © Brian J. Curtis. The following are all © Steve Bulman (2011) - another view. An unusual feature is a statue of the saint high up on the turret-stair. The doorway has a Norman tympanum. I didn't see the scratch-dial during my visit, only when processing the photo - here's an enlargement. Two interior views - 1, 2, the squint, and the font. The columns have nice Norman capitals. This isn't mentioned by Pevsner. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church. SP 284 017. © Steve Bulman (2011).
Clannaborough, Devon, St. Petrock, and its interior. SS 7471 0253. Both © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A vault in the churchyard is separately listed as grade II.
Claonaig, Argyll & Bute, disused church. © Martin Briscoe.
Clapham, Bedfordshire, St. Thomas à Becket. TL 0340 5248. © Bill McKenzie. Another view, from an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on High Street is labelled on older maps as Wesleyan, and was seen by Streetview in 2018. It pre-dates a map of 1883-4. TL 0323 5236. Link.
Clapham & Clapham Common, Greater London.
Clapham, North Yorkshire, St. James. © Mrs. Janet Dalby.
Clapton, Greater London, former Clapton Congress Hall (Salvation Army), now a college. From an old postcard, Rob Brettle's Collection. A modern photo, © Rob Brettle. Madina Mosque Trust on Lea Bridge Road. TQ 349 862. © Mehmood Naqshbandi, and reproduced from his website Muslims in Britain. Ark of the Covenant. Unfortunately no photograph, but I had to include an entry because of this astonishing news story that was drawn to my attention by David Regan. Fortunately it includes an old illustration of the church.
Clapton, Somerset, the former Methodist Church on Zion Hill, originally Wesleyan. © Janet Gimber (2016).
Clapton in Gordano, Somerset, St. Michael, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. It closed in 1995, though occasional services are still held here. Another view, and the porch. ST 46783 73536. All © Carole Sage (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Clapton-on-the-Hill, Gloucestershire, St. James. © John Salmon.
Clapworthy, Devon, former church, now in residential use. It must have closed prior to 1976, as a map of that date doesn't show a church. Older maps have a church or chapel (1957-8), Mission Chapel (1905), and St. John's Church (1889). SS 676 241. © Martin Richter (2011).
Clar, County Donegal, St. Agatha (R.C.). © Graeme Harvey.
Clara, Co. Kilkenny, Clara Church (near Kilkenny). © Liam Murphy.
Clarach, Ceredigion, All Saints (CiW). SN 6033 8382. © Paul Wood (2017). Link. Coflein entry.
Clarbeston, Pembrokeshire, St. Martin of Tours. Two interior views - 1, 2. SN 048 212. Carmel Baptist Chapel (1804, re-built 1872). Three interior views - 1, 2, 3. SN 052 218. All © Mike Berrell (2010).
Clarbeston Road, Pembrokeshire, Bethany Free Church. SN 016 207. © Mike Berrell (2010).
Clarborough, Nottinghamshire, St. John the Baptist. Another view. Both © David Regan (2010). Link.
Clare, County Armagh, Presbyterian Church. Reformed Presbyterian Church (Covenanter). Both © Richard Edgar.
Clare, Suffolk, St. Peter & St. Paul. TL 769 454. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, the porch, and the sun-dial, two interior views - 1, 2, side chapel, a rather bizarre (presumably private?) gallery and the font. One of many fine headstops. All © Steve Bulman (2012). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. Baptist Chapel (1859) on High Street. Circa TL 769 455. © Steve Bulman (2012). Link. Grade II listed. U.R.C. There is a date-stone saying "Built 1710 Re-built 1841". TL 768 452. © Steve Bulman (2012). Chapel Cottage, which stands a little way north of the village, is the former Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, as seen by the Streetview camera in 2009. TL 7678 4649. Link. Grade II* listed.
Claregalway, Co. Galway, Church of the Assumption and St. James (R.C., 1975). M 370 323. Link. The ruins of Claregalway Priory, a Franciscan Abbey, which dates from 1252. M 371 333. Link. Both © Gerard Close (2017).
Claremorris, Co. Mayo, St. Colman (R.C.). Interior view. M 341 752. Both © Joseph Cantwell (2011). Another view, © Gerard Close (2017). The former CoI St. John was built in 1828, and was closed in 1963. It now serves as a library. M 341 752. © Gerard Close (2017).
Clarendon Park, Leicester, Leicestershire - see Leicester.
Clarksfield, Oldham, Greater Manchester - see Oldham.
Clarkston, East Renfrewshire.
Clase, Morriston, Swansea - see Morriston.
Clatterbridge, Merseyside, the Chapel of the Holy Spirit in Clatterbridge Hospital. © Magnus Park (2015).
Claughton, Lancashire, dedicated to St. Chad. © Steve Bulman. SD 566 666. Philip Kapp, who has visited this church recently, describes it as having an air of disuse, though the churchyard was obviously still being cared for. Mike Berrell advises (2010) that this church closed in 2002, and is presently (2010) up for sale.
Claverdon, Warwickshire, St. Michael. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Another view. Interior view. Both © Alan Craxford. Link.
Claverham, Somerset, St. Barnabas on Jasmine Lane. Two additional views - 1, 2. ST 449 666. Link. The former Methodist Church (1867-1972) on Chapel Lane, now converted to residential use. ST 447 661. Friends' Meeting House (1729) on Meeting House Lane. It replaced an earlier one which dated back to at least 1672. Another view. Free Church (Evangelical) on Claverham Road. ST 446 660. All © Carole Sage (2016).
Clavering, Essex, St. Mary and St. Clement. TL 4708 3181. © Marion Hall. Another view, the porch, chancel, a minstrel, several memorials, the pulpit, and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade I listed. Clavering Christian Centre on Stortford Road, as seen by Streetview in 2009. Older O.S. maps label it as Congregational. Although not itself listed, the war memorial in the grounds is, as grade II. TL 4733 3174. The former Methodist Chapel, originally Primitive Methodist, at Hill Green. It's dated here to 1877-8, where it also says that there was a preceding chapel of 1844 - though whether it was on the same site isn't clear. It was seen (distantly) by Streetview in 2021. TL 4815 3234.
Claverley, Shropshire, All Saints. SO 792 935. © Roy Graham. Two interior views - 1, 2, the altar, two fonts (1, 2, the first Norman and rather fine, the second allegedly Saxon), all © Dennis Harper (2013). Grade I listed.
Claverton, Somerset, St. Mary. The tomb of Ralph Allen - 1, 2, and the explicatory plaque. ST 7879 6413. All © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade II listed.
Claxby, Lincolnshire, St. Mary. Another view, the interior, a handsome tomb, and the font. TF 1112 9458. All © David Regan (2011 & 2016). Another interior view, and the screen, both © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade I listed. A former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands on Normanby Rise at TF 1163 9470. Dated here to 1862-1918, it was seen by Streetview in 2009. The 25" O.S. map of 1906 shows two Wesleyan Methodist Chapels. The more easterly, on Mulberry Road, stood at TF 1130 9485, and the housing built on its site was seen by Streetview in 2021. The other stood further west on the same road at TF 1110 9485. Its site has been cleared, and was also seen in 2021.
Claxby St. Andrew (near Alford), Lincolnshire, the former St. Andrew, now a private residence. © Dave Hitchborne.
Claxton, North Yorkshire, Methodist Church. © James Murray.
Clay Cross, Derbyshire.
Claybrook Magna, Leicestershire, former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. © George Weston. Nicholas Jenkins advises that it was built in 1883, and demolished July 23 2008.
Claybrook Parva, Leicestershire, St. Peter. SP 4961 8792. © George Weston. Another view, and a photo of two doors in the north wall of the chancel. Both © John Bowdler. Two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2015). Link. Grade I listed.
Claycoton, Northamptonshire, St. Andrew (disused). © Aidan McRae Thomson.
Claydon, Oxfordshire, is dedicated to St. James. © Steve Bulman. SP 457 501.
Claygate, Kent, former chapel, now a private residence. TQ 712 429. © Geoff Watt.
Claygate, Surrey, Holy Trinity. Link. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Both © Peter Morgan.
Clayhidon, Devon, St. Andrew. ST 1613 1560. © Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade I listed. For the numerous listed churchyard monuments, see here. A little over half a mile S.S.W. of the church is Rosemary Lane Chapel.
ST 1582 1461. © Heath Nickels (2016). Another view, and the inscribed stone which reads "Blackdown Mission Room 1863". Both © Chris Kippin (2022). Link.
Claypole, Lincolnshire, St. Peter. Another view and four interior views - 1, 2, 3, 4, the altar and East Window, and font. SK 8456 4899. All © David Regan (2012 & 2019). Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1835) on Chapel Lane. SK 8471 4916. © David Regan (2019). The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Main Street. What was the date-stone has now been obscured, but one can make out "Methodist" on the My Primitive Methodists entry photo from 1997. It also says that the P.M. Chapel in the village was known to have seated 200 people, which fairly obviously neither of these two chapels looks capable of doing, so possibly there is another former chapel to be found hereabouts. SK 8459 4901. © David Regan (2019).
Clayton, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
Clayton, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire - see Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Clayton, South Yorkshire, the site (the building with the red tiled roof) of the demolished Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, on Chapelsfield Lane, distantly seen by Streetview in 2009 SE 4545 0783. This source references documents pertaining to the chapel for the years 1815-1984. The north-western part of the village is labelled on O.S. maps as Chapel Hill, though no available maps mark a chapel here.
Clayton, West Sussex, St. John the Baptist. TQ 2991 1397. © Tony Preston. Interior view, © Christopher Skottowe (1963). Link. Grade I listed.
Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire.
Clayton West, West Yorkshire, All Saints, on Church Lane. SE 2586 1096. © Bill Henderson. Another view, and the interior, both © Gerard Charmley (2021). Link. Grade II listed. The U.R.C. on Church Lane was previously Congregational. SE 2565 1090. © Bill Henderson. Another view, © Gerard Charmley (2021), who advises that it has recently been converted into flats. Wakefield Road Methodist Church was originally Primitive Methodist. According to its My Primitive Methodist entry, it dates from 1901-2. SE 2537 1101. © David Regan (2013). Link. The former Baptist Church on High Street. The date-stone is for 1860. There must be another date-stone, as the grade II listing mentions dates of 1840 and 1860. An article from 2016 discusses proposed uses. SE 2593 1089. © Gerard Charmley (2021). Grade II listed. "The Old Chapel" stands on Chapel Hill at SE 2557 1085. It's labelled on a map of 1893 as Mount Tabor Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist), and by 1960 as Mount Tabor Chapel (Wesleyan Reform). It seems to have been active at least into the 1980's. © Gerard Charmley (2021).
Clayton-le-Woods, Lancashire, St. Bede (R.C.). © Peter Morgan.
Clayworth, Nottinghamshire, St. Peter. SK 7264 8843. © David Regan (2010). Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, one of the Kempe windows, a very fine tomb, an example of the Traquair Murals (more on a video here) and the font, all © David Regan (2017). Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1834, now in residential use. SK 7277 8825. © David Regan (2017).
Cleadon, Tyne & Wear, All Saints. Cleadon Methodist Church. Both © James Murray.
Clearwell, Gloucestershire, St. Peter (1866). Interior view. Side Chapel. The organ. All © James Murray. Link. Cemetery Chapel, built on the site of the previous St. Peter's Church (1828), a Chapel of Ease to the church of All Saints in Newland. Once the present St. Peter was consecrated, the old church was demolished, and the present cemetery chapel built. © Graeme Harvey (2015).
Cleeve Hill, the former S
Cleasby, North Yorkshire, St. Peter. NZ 249 131. © Steve Bulman.
Cleator, Cumbria, St. Leonard. NY 0142 1347. © Malcolm Minshaw. Link. Grade II listed. St. Mary (R.C.). NY 0204 1410. © Dave Westrap. Link. The 1899 25" O.S. map shows a Wesleyan Chapel on Kiln Brow at NY 0166 1349. Still standing when the Streetview van passed in 2009, it can be seen here. Built in 1844, it has evidently been converted to secular use. Link.
Cleator Moor, Cumbria.
Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire.
Clee St. Margaret, Shropshire, St. Margaret. Two additional views - 1, 2, the latter showing herringbone work. SO 5645 8436. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1866), which went out of use in the 1960's or early 1970's. SO 5650 8446. All © Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Cleehill, Shropshire, St. Peter. SO 593 753. © Les Needham (2011). Link. The ruins of a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, dating from the late 18th century. A few tumbled gravestones remain, and parts of the churchyard wall remain at full height. SO 594 756. A successor chapel, plus schools, were planned in the later 19th century, but the funds ran out and only the school was built, so the congregation worshipped there for some years from 1878 (date-stone). SO 590 754. Funds were eventually secured, and a new chapel was commenced in 1903, adjacent to the school. Now substantially altered for residential use, its date of closure is not so far known. SO 590 754. All © Chris Kippin (2020). The history of these various Methodist buildings is told in more detail here and here.
Cleestanton, Shropshire, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, converted to residential use. This source dates it to 1922, with closure in 1970. SO 5734 7926. © Chris Kippin (2021).
Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.
Cleeton, Shropshire, St. Mary. SO 610 787. © Les Needham (2011). Link.
Cleeve, Somerset, Holy Trinity. Another view. ST 460 661. Link. Grade II* listed. A former chapel on Chapel Lane and Cleeve Hill Road. Marked as such on the 1974 O.S. map, it's now in residential use. The Geograph entry, states that it was a Brethren church, and that it had been built as a chapel for quarry workers. The 1882-3 O.S. marks it as Christian Brethren. Another view. All © Carole Sage (2016).
Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire, the former St. Peter (1907-2007). SO 981 268. © Les Needham (2013). News item.
Cleeve Prior, Worcestershire, St. Andrew. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson.
Clenchwarton, Norfolk, St. Margaret. TF 5894 2021. © Bill Henderson (2011). Two interior views - 1, 2, a window and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2015). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed. Clenchwarton Methodist Church on Main Road was built as Primitive Methodist in 1881. This source advises that there was an earlier P.M. chapel in the village, location unknown. TF 5847 2041. © Bill Henderson (2011). The 1905 25" O.S. map shows that there was Methodist New Connexion Chapel a little way to the north-east of the village, on Ferry Road at TF 5979 2048. A property seen in a 2019 Streetview is now on the chapel's site - does anything remain of the chapel?
Clent, Worcestershire, St. Leonard. SO 928 793. © Roy Graham. Another view. And another. Both © John French. Link.
Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, St. Mary the Virgin (O). SO 6740 7579. © Cyril D. Blount. Some further views - 1, 2, and the interior, all © John French. The following photos of St. Mary are all © Steve Bulman (2009) - interior view, East Window, side chapel and window, a carved basin; the deformed tower arch - Pevsner says that only the outer order is original (C12), the others being C19 reinforcements. Methodist Church. Chris Kippin advised in 2018 that the church had recently closed. SO 6749 7589. © Steve Bulman (2009). St. Elizabeth (R.C.). SO 6768 7603. © Chris Kippin (2018). Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1790) was sold to the Primitive Methodists in 1864. An old photo (with a little history) is available here. It has since been used as offices, and more recently, as flats. SO 6716 7575. © Chris Kippin (2020).
Cleobury North, Shropshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. © Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed.
Clerkenwell, Greater London - see the London page.
Clevedon, including Walton St. Mary, Somerset.
Cleveleys, Lancashire.
Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, St. Margaret of Antioch (O). TG 0484 4312. © John Salmon. Another view, © Bill McKenzie. The ruined South Transept, from a postcard in Geoff Watt's Collection. Two further views - 1, 2, the porch, interior view, and the font, all © Steve Bulman (2012). A black and white photo, © Christopher Skottowe (1966). Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on High Street. It pre-dates a map of 1905. TG 0452 4382. © Steve Bulman (2022). The village also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel on Holt Road. If it survives, it has been altered beyond recognition - I think it's the darker cottage behind the blue estate car in this 2016 Streetview. TG 0453 4370.
Cliburn, Cumbria, St. Cuthbert. NY 5877 2449. © Malcolm Minshaw. An old drawing made by Thomas Bland in the 1850's is available here, reproduced by kind permission of Carlisle Library. It's from the searchable Cumbria Image Bank, which can be accessed hereLink (has an interior photo). Grade II listed. The 6" O.S. map of 1899 shows a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at the northern end of the village, at NY 5876 2486. The Streetview van passed by in 2010, and it's photo can be seen here. This source provides a building date of 1832 with closure in 1974. It was subsequently converted to residential use.
Cliddesden, Hampshire, St. Leonard. SU 635 495. © Chris Kippin (2018). Link. Grade II listed.
Clifden, Co. Galway, St. Joseph (R.C.). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
Cliffe, Kent, St. Helen. TQ 735 766. Link1. Link2. © Dave Westrap. The same church in an old postcard, courtesy of the Tony Larkin Collection. Christian Mission Church (Free Evangelical). TQ 736 760. Link. © Dave Westrap.
Cliffe, North Yorkshire, St. Andrew's Mission Church. © James Murray.
Cliffony, Co. Sligo, St. Molaise (R.C.). G 706 536. © Gerard Close.
Clifford, Herefordshire, St. Mary. SO 2515 4502. From Christopher Skottowe's collection, originally taken by his grandfather in 1926. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Clifford, West Yorkshire, St. Edward, King and Confessor (R.C.). © Bill Henderson. Interior view, and two close-ups of nicely cared stone details - 1, 2, all © Kenneth Paver (2014). Link. St. Luke, © Bill Henderson. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2, all © Mike Forbester. Grade II listed.
Clifford Chambers, Warwickshire, St. Helen. © Dorothy Turley.
Clifford's Mesne, Gloucestershire, St. Peter. Interior view. Both © Graeme Harvey (2013).
Cliffsend, Kent, St. Mary the Virgin. TR 345 644. © Geoff Watt.
Clifton, Bedfordshire, All Saints. TL 1659 3925. © Bill McKenzie. Link. Grade II* listed. Strict Baptist Church (1853) on Broad Street. TL 1656 3879. © Les Needham (2010). Two additional views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, and the pulpit, all © Gerard Charmley (2015), who advises that the congregation dates from 1844, the chapel from 1859, and had galleries added in 1863. The large memorial tablet to the left of the pulpit is to Septimius Sears (1817-1877) who was the founding minister. Another view, © Gerard Charmley (2022). Providence Baptist Church (1936) on Shefford Road. TL 1588 3892. © Gerard Charmley (2022). Link. A house called Strawplaits on Church Street is a former Baptist Chapel, which Gerard advises was a splinter from the Strict Baptist Church - the split healing in 1900 - and subsequently closed and converted to residential use. TL 1649 3905. © Gerard Charmley (2022).
Clifton and Clifton Wood, Bristol (City), Bristol.
Clifton, Cumbria, St. Cuthbert - my thanks to Philip Kapp for confirming the dedication. NY 5319 2705. © Steve Bulman. Additional view, © Chris Stafford (2013). An old drawing made by Thomas Bland in the 1850's is available here, reproduced by kind permission of Carlisle Library. It's from the searchable Cumbria Image Bank, which can be accessed here. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Chapel (now a private residence). NY 534 266. © Philip Kapp.
Clifton, Derbyshire, Church of the Holy Trinity (1845) on Church View and Chapel Lane. SK 165 448. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane, now in residential use. Both © Richard Roberts (2014).
Clifton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire - see Nottingham.
Clifton, York, North Yorkshire - see York.
Clifton, West Yorkshire, St. John the Evangelist. SE 161 228. Link. Methodist Church, built as Methodist Free Church in 1874. SE 161 229. Link. Both © Bill Henderson (2014).
Clifton Campville, Staffordshire, St. Andrew. © Bruce Read. Two further views - 1, 2, the interior and chancel. The church has two fonts - 1 the older, which looks as if it once fixed to a wall, and 2. The church also has some exceptional tombs - 1, 2. All © David Regan (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Clifton Hampden, Oxfordshire, St. Michael and All Angels. Another view, and an interior view. SU 579 942. All © Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2.
Clifton Reynes, Buckinghamshire, St. Mary the Virgin. Two interior views - 1, 2, a squint, a tomb of a knight and his wife, floor brasses, two views of the font - 1, 2. All © David Regan (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Clifton upon Dunsmore, Warwickshire, St Mary the Virgin. SP 531 764. © Paul Brown. Another view, and an interior view. both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Grade II* listed - link.
Clifton upon Teme, Worcestershire, St. Kenelm. SO 715 616. © Les Needham (2011). Grade II* listed - link.
Climping, West Sussex, St. Mary. TQ 003 026.
From the postcard collection of Kevin Gordon. Link.
Clippesby, Norfolk, St. Peter. © Geoff Watt.
Clipsham, Rutland, St. Mary, on Church Lane. Two interior views - 1, 2. SK 9702 1636. All © Mike Berrell (2012). Another view, the chancel, the windows have some charming birds and animals - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all © Chris Stafford (2016). Grade II* listed.
Clipston, Northamptonshire, All Saints and St. John the Baptist. Two further views - 1, 2. All © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Clipstone, Nottinghamshire, All Saints.
The church website dates it to the 1920's. SK 5879 6317. © David Regan (2020). The Methodist Church stands across the green from All Saints. It can be seen on a 2009 Streetview here. SK 5859 6309. A former Methodist Chapel stands at SK 6041 6490, on Mansfield Road, King's Clipstone. It was built as Wesleyan in 1832, and closed in 1978 (source). © David Regan (2020). A Mission Church is marked on a map of 1916, at SK 6028 6480. It still shows, as a "PW" (place of worship) on a map of 1984. What is probably the building can be seen here on a 2016 Streetview.
Clitheroe, Lancashire.
Clive Green, Cheshire, Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan Methodist Association in 1849. Sandy comments - "an interesting throwback to the defensive designs of eighteenth-century meeting-houses, with high windows and a wall to exclude the curious". © Sandy Calder.
Cliviger, Lancashire, Mount Zion Chapel, at Walk Mill. SD 868 298. © Stuart Mackrell.
Clixby, Lincolnshire, All Hallows, now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. TA 1024 0434. © Dave Hitchborne. Another view, two of the interior - 1, 2, the grave slab of a C14 priest and the font, originally from St. Peter at Low Toynton. All
© David Regan (2022). Link. Grade II* listed.
Cloddiknowe, Mainland, Shetland, Gospel Hall. © Tim Flitcroft (2012).
Clodock, Herefordshire, St. Clydawg. The 25" O.S. map of 1904 labels it as St. Cleodicus's Church. Another view. SO 3265 2751. Both © Christopher Skottowe (1979), and an interior view, from an old postcard in his collection. Link. Grade I listed.
Cloford, Somerset, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Its grade I listing says it was  re-built in 1856. Another view. ST 7264 4398. Both © Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Clogher, Co. Tyrone, the Cathedral (Anglican) dedicated to St. Macartan. H 536 515. © Jack Storey, Monaghan Genealogy Specialist. St. Patrick (R.C.). H 539 517. © Gerard Close. Presbyterian Church. H 528 536. © Gerard Close (2010). Lungs Gospel Hall. H 512 509. © Gerard Close (2011).
Cloghogue, Co. Down, Church of the Sacred Heart (R.C., 1916). J 082 237. © Gerard Close (2012).
Clonanesse, County Tyrone, Presbyterian Church. Lower Presbyterian Church. Both © Jack Storey.
Clonberne, Co. Galway, the church at Ballinasloe. © Martina Kelly. Link.
Clones, Co. Monaghan, St. Tighernach (CoI). H 500 258. Sacred Heart (R.C.). H 500 267. Presbyterian Church (1858). H 502 259. All © Gerard Close (2016).
Clonfert, Co. Galway, the St. Brendan's Cathedral (CoI), on an external website. The 12th century Romanesque doorway,
© Christopher Skottowe (1965). Many more photos here.
Clonkeen, Co. Antrim, Gospel Hall. J 040 930. © Gerard Close (2012).
Clonmacnoise, Co. Offaly, the Monastic Site, a complex of ruined churches and other buildings, as well as a round tower, and High Crosses. The Cross of the Scriptures. Both © Christopher Skottowe (1965). Link.
Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, St. Mary (R.C.). © Don Tomkinson. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link1. Link2. St. Peter and St. Paul (R.C.). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection. The church has received extensive alterations since the postcard photo was taken - a modern view, © John Balaam (2012). Link. Franciscan Friary, © John Balaam (2012). The Old Church of St. Mary. © John Balaam (2012). Link.
Clonmore, Co. Armagh, Church of the Sacred Heart (R.C.). H 881 601. © Gerard Close.
Clonoe, near Stewartstown, County Tyrone, St. Michael (Church of Ireland). © Jack Storey. St. Patrick (R.C.). H 860 674. © Gerard Close.
Clonroot, Co. Armagh, Gospel Hall. H 959 508. © Gerard Close (2016).
Clontarf, Co. Dublin, St. John the Baptist (CoI). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection. Link.
Clontibret, Co. Monaghan, the Presbyterian Church at Legnacreeve. © Jack Storey. St. Colman (CoI). Another view. Both © Malcolm Totten.
Cloonyquinn, Co. Roscommon, St. Catherine (R.C.), which is also known as Killina Church. M 847 839. © Gerard Close (2017). Link.
Clophill, Bedfordshire, St. Mary. TL 0899 3825. © Bill McKenzie. Another view, from an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Notice that the roofline has been raised since the church was built. An old postcard view of Clophill Old Church (TL 0918 3885), from Judy Flynn's Collection. Now a ruin sitting some way north of the village, see this link for its history. The Methodist Church, as seen by Streetview in 2016. It stands on High Street at TL 0861 3799. Link. A Primitive Methodist Chapel once stood on Old Silsoe Road, at TL 0830 3751. This source dates it to 1853. The site can be seen on a Streetview of 2009. The same source refers to another P.M. chapel on High Street, sold in 1938, but I haven't located it.
Clopton, Northamptonshire, St. Peter. Some fine carved tombs. TL 0660 8000. Both © Robin Peel (2013). Two further views - 1, 2, three interiors - 1, 2, 3, the chancel, and the font, all © David Regan (2016). Link1. Link2. Grade II listed.
Closworth, Somerset, All Saints. ST 5638 1005. © Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II* listed. Listings for associated structures can be found here.
Clothall, Hertfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. TL 271 320. © Les Needham (2011). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed - link.
Cloudfoot, Cheshire, the former Cloudfoot Chapel (1887). Gervase suggests it may have been Methodist. © Gervase N. E. Charmley (2010).
Cloudside, Cheshire, Cloud Methodist Church, built as Cloud Primitive Methodist Chapel in 1815- the oldest surviving PM chapel. © Sandy Calder. Link.
Clough, Co. Antrim, St. James (CoI). D 096 144. Gospel Hall. D 095 145. Both © Gerard Close.
Clough, County Down, Church of Ireland. © Jack Storey, Monaghan Genealogy Specialist.
Clough Foot, West Yorkshire, the former Cloughfoot Independent (Congregational) Chapel (1854) on Sourhall Road, now in secular use. SD 9099 2387. © Mike Berrell. Another view,
© David Regan (2021). A good history.
Clougherney, Co. Tyrone, Presbyterian Church. H 513 658. © Gerard Close.
Cloughmills, Co. Antrim, The Killagan Parish Church (CoI). D 061 184. Reformed Presbyterian Church. D 070 174. Both © Gerard Close. Sacred Heart (R.C.). D 065 183. © Gerard Close (2012).
Cloughton, North Yorkshire, St. Mary (1831) on High Street. TA 008 942 © David Regan (2016). Interior view, © Richard Roberts (2019). Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on High Street. Built before 1892, it has now been converted to residential use. © Richard Roberts (2019).
Cloughwater, Co. Antrim, Presbyterian Church. D 116 083.© Gerard Close (2010).
Clovelly, Devon, All Saints. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, and an interior view. SS 309 252. Both © Nick Hopton. Another view, © Martin Richter (2011). Methodist Chapel (1820, BUILT as Wesleyan). SS 317 248. © Martin Richter (2011). Link. Grade II listed.
Clowne, Derbyshire, St. John the Baptist. SK 4981 7529. © Bill Henderson. Another view, and the unusual churchyard gate, both
© David Regan (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. The Methodist Church on North Road was originally Primitive Methodist, built in 1877 (source). SK 4926 7576. © David Regan (2020). Link. Salvation Army on Church Street. SK 4925 7543. © David Regan (2020). Link. The Catholic Church (Sacred Heart and Our Lady of Victories) stands on Creswell Road, at circa SK 503 759. Its 2019 Streetview is here. Link. The 25" O.S. map of 1898 shows a Free United Methodist Chapel on High Street at SK 4888 7531. Demolished at some point, the site now lies beneath the new road to "The Arc" where it leaves High Street - it can be seen here on a 2019 Streetview. The 1953 1:25000 O.S. map shows a church close to the junction of Church Lane and Church Street, at SK 4944 7547. I hadn't been able to discover the denomination, but Howard Richter has advised that it shows as a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on a map of 1916. Here's a 2019 Streetview of the site.
Clows Top, Worcestershire, Mission Room (1895). SO 710 720. © Chris Kippin (2017). Link.
Cloyne, Co. Cork, St. Colman (R.C.). Another view. St. Colman's Cathedral (CoI). All © Graeme Harvey.
Clumber Park (near Worksop), Nottinghamshire, Chapel of Our Lady. SK 627 746. © Aidan McRae Thomson. Another view, from a postcard in the Kevin Gordon Collection.
Clun, Shropshire, St. George. SO 3003 8056. Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church (1877) on High Street, built as Ebenezer Primitive Methodist. SO 3032 8090. All © Steve Bulman (2011). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Newport Street, at SO 3017 8103. The Streetview van passed by in 2010, and zooming in allows us to see the date-stone, which says it was originally built in 1838, and re-built 1899. It has a final date of 1976, presumably the date of conversion to its present residential use. © Chris Kippin (2020).
Clunbury, Shropshire, St. Swithin. SO 3710 8066. © Dorothy Turley. Another view, © Paul Wood. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel has long been in residential use. Not labelled on an O.S. map of 1903, it is shown on one of 1884. It's dated here to 1836. SO 3693 8069. © Chris Kippin (2021).
Clungunford, Shropshire, St. Cuthbert (O). SO 395 787. © Dorothy Turley. Another view, the porch, and an interior view, all © Steve Bulman (2009).
Clunie, P&K., the Kirk. © Gill Gaiser. Link.
Clunton, Shropshire, St. Mary (1870). SO 3353 8135. © Steve Bulman (2011). Interior view, © Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands at SO 3363 8138. It has a date-stone for 1870. According to its My Primitive Methodists entry, it was for sale in 2013. © Chris Kippin (2020).
Cluny, Aberdeenshire, Church of Scotland (near Cluny Castle, Monymusk). It's dated here to 1789. NJ 6849 1244. © John Mackie. Link. The medieval Parish Church (St. Machar) stood nearby at NJ 6847 1257. This source says it was demolished in 1789. It stood somewhere within the graveyard seen here by Streetview in 2021.
Clutton, Somerset, St. Augustine of Hippo on Marsh Lane. Originally of the late C12 (with a tower of the C15) the church has been extensively re-built over the ensuing centuries. This is one of a very small number of churches with a ha-ha to keep livestock out of the churchyard. ST 6227 5893. © Carole Sage (2016). Two further views - 1, 2. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Upper Bristol Road dates from 1810, and has been converted to residential use, seemingly since 2002, when it is still shown as a place of worship on the O.S. map of that vintage. ST 619 591. The former Congregational Chapel (later U.R.C.) on Station Road is of the late C19, and had closed during the 1980's or 1990's. This is also now residential. ST 6236 5923. The site of the Zion United Free Methodist Church, which the 1885 1:2,500 map shows simply as Nonconformist. It stood some distance behind the trees on the left. ST 6236 5886. © Janet Gimber (2016). Howard Richter has been investigating this, and has been able to refine the placement of the site of the chapel on modern maps, and identifies the property now called Elmwood as its probable site. It can be seen on a 2019 Streetview here. Clutton also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel, as noticed in a gazetteer of 1868, but where this was, and whether is still survives is, at present, uncertain. All © Carole Sage (2016). Howard Richter speculates that the unplaced Primitive Methodist Chapel may have been the same building later occupied as Zion.
Clydach, Swansea.
Clydach Vale, Rhondda Cynon Taff.
Clydey, Pembrokeshire, St. Clydai. SN 251 355. © Mike Berrell (2012).
Clynfyw, Pembrokeshire, Bryn Sion (1831), now abandoned. SN 254 400. © Mike Berrell (2010).
Clynnog Fawr, Gwynedd, St. Beuno (CiW). Another view. Interior view. SH 414 496. All © Dave  Westrap. Link1. Link2.
Clyro, Powys, St. Michael and All Angels. Interior view. Francis Kilvert was curate here. Link. The former Congregational Chapel. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Clyst Honiton, Devon, St. Michael & All Angels. SX 9894 9352. © Chris Kippin (2022).
 Link. Grade II* listed. A listed cross, headstones, etc. can be seen here.
Clyst Hydon, Devon, St. Andrew. ST 0355 0168. © Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. A cross and chest tomb are listed separately here.
Clyst St. George, Devon, St. George. SX 984 889. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection. Link.
Clyst St. Lawrence, Devon, St. Lawrence. SY 0267 9998.
© Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. A cross in the churchyard is also listed, as grade II.
Clyst St. Mary, Devon, St Mary. Another view, and two of the interior - 1, 2. SX 9789 9034. All
© Chris Kippin (2022).
 Link. Grade II listed.

 

 
 

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