The Churches of Britain and Ireland

 

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Naas, Co. Kildare, Church of Our Lady and St. David (R.C.). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Naburn, North Yorkshire, St. Matthew. Bill Henderson.
Nackington, Kent, St. Mary. TR 156 546. Geoff Watt.
Nafferton, East Riding of Yorkshire, All Saints on Westgate. TA 055 590. Bill Henderson. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Two additional views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2015). Methodist Church on High Street. TA 056 594. Bill Henderson.
Nailsea, Somerset.
Nailstone, Leicestershire, All Saints. The interior, chancel, and two fonts - 1, 2. All David Regan (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Nailsworth, Gloucestershire.
Nairn, Highland.
Nancegollan, Cornwall,
the former Methodist Church, originally Wesley (1860- 1962), now the village hall, and identified by Janet Gimber. SW 638 323. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Nancledra, Cornwall, the disused Wesleyan Chapel (1844, porch 1904). SW 496 360. Grade II listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1855) closed in 1963. SW 494 350. Link. The site of the demolished St. Hilary. Paul advises "demolished before 2011". SW 494 363. All Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Nanpantan, Leicestershire, St. Mary in Charnwood. It was originally built as a mission in 1888, and it received its dedication in 1957. David Regan (2016). Link.
Nanpean, Cornwall, St. George the Martyr. Another view. SW 963 558. Link. The site of the former St. George the Martyr is now a garden of remembrance. SW 963 558. Paul E. Barnett (2017). United Methodist Free Church. SW 959 562. All Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Nanstallon, Cornwall, St. Stephen. Photos are available here, where it's listed as "dedication unsure", but the church signboard, visible on a 2016 Streetview, show it as St. Stephen, as does the church website. SX 0364 6720.
Nant Peris, Gwynedd, St. Peris, which can be seen in several photographs on the Coflein entry. SH 6055 5830. Grade II* listing, which advises of 14th, 15th, and 16th century fabric. Capel Rehoboth (Calvinistic Methodist, later Welsh Presbyterian). SH 6055 5844. Bill McKenzie. Some additional photos are available here. Coflein entry. Grade II listing, which dates it to 1833, with a re-building in 1876.
Nant-y-Moel, Bridgend, St. David, the former parish church, now a private residence. Horeb English Baptist Church (1894). The former Bethel Independent Chapel (1872), which Gervase says has been gutted. All Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Nanternis, Ceredigion, Nanternis Chapel, of 1867, as recorded on the handsome slate date-stone. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3. Mike advises that the floor was made from pebbles collected from the beach. SN 372 565. All Mike Berrell (2011).
Nantffyllon, Bridgend.
Nantgaredig, Carmarthenshire, Calvinistic Methodist Chapel.
Gerard Charmley (2011).
Nantgarw, Rhondda Cynon Taff, the former St. Mary (CiW) closed in 1983, and is now a private residence. Link. Gospel Hall. Both Gerard Charmley.
Nantgwyllt, Powys, the Church. Another view, and an interior view, all
John Bowdler.
Nantgwyn, Powys, Chapel. Eirian Evans.
Nantmawr, Shropshire, Soar Methodist Church (1840 - date-stone). Both Peter Morgan (2014).
Nantmel, Powys, St. Cynllo. SO 035 665. Dorothy Turley. Another view. Bruce Read. Two further views - 1, 2, both John Bowdler. Link.
Nantmor, Gwynedd, Peniel (Calvinistic Methodist). Another view. Link, which advises that it was built in 1829, re-built in 1868 (and for which there is a date-stone), and converted to residential use by 1998. SH 6010 4604. The former Cedron Independent Chapel, which dates from 1908, and was disused by 2002 (see this link). SH 6009 4608. All Howard Richter (2016).
Nantwich, Cheshire.
Nantyffyllon, Ceredigion, the former Penuel Methodist Chapel.
Gerard Charmley (2011).
Nantyglo, Blaenau Gwent, St. Anne (CiW). SO 1931 1027. Gerard Charmley (2011). Another view, Peter Morgan (2011). Recent Streetviews show that it's now called Holy Trinity and St. Anne. Link. Wesleyan Chapel on Wesley Buildings. It pre-dates a map of 1904. SO 1918 1079. Gerard Charmley (2011). Link. The former Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Chapel (1883) on Queen Street, Garn Fach. S O1962 0979. Gerard Charmley (2011).
Nappa Scar, North Yorkshire, Sts. Joseph and Mary, Peter and Paul. Interior view. This tiny chapel was blessed by the Bishop of Ripon and Leeds in 2006, and was built by a local man in memory of his late wife. Both James Murray.
Napton on the Hill, Warwickshire, St. Lawrence. SP 463 613. Aidan McRae Thomson. Grade II* listed. Christadelphian Meeting Room. Two additional views - 1, 2. SP 4632 6085. All Howard Richter (2014). Link. The former Congregational Chapel has been converted to residential use. It pre-dates 1887 as it appears on the OS map of that year. A photo of 1905 vintage is available here. SP 4633 6109. Howard Richter (2014). Standing nearby is the former Primitive Methodist Chapel, also now in residential use. It also pre-dates 1887. It is also mentioned in a Gazetteer of 1870-2, transcribed here, though no building date is given. The Congregational is not mentioned in the same source. SP 4644 6107. Howard Richter (2014).
Narberth, Pembrokeshire.
Narborough, Leicestershire, All Saints (C). The tower. SP 541 975. Link. Narborough Congregational Church. SP 540 974. Link. All Howard Richter (2010). St. Pius (R.C., first Mass in December 1957). SP 543 977. Howard Richter (2011). Link.
Narborough, Norfolk, All Saints on Main Road. Interior view. TF 746 129. Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Main Road dates from before 1885. Now in use as a Heritage Centre. TF 461 130. All Richard Roberts (2015).
Narford, Norfolk, the C12 St. Mary the Virgin, off Narford Road. Two interior view (taken through windows) - 1, 2. TF 764 137. All Richard Roberts (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Narthwaite, Cumbria, the former Quaker Meeting House, which Kevin Price advises dates to 1823-1907. SD 702 974. Alan Marsden (2022).
Naseby, Northamptonshire, dedicated to All Saints. Interior view, the chancel, and the font. All David Regan (2016). Another view, from an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Grade II* listed. Methodist Chapel. SP 688 779. George Weston. Another view, David Regan (2016). Link.
Nash, Buckinghamshire, All Saints (1857-8). David Regan (2017). Grade II listed.
Nash, Newport, St. Mary the Virgin. Another view. Link. Grade I listed. The former Baptist Chapel (General) at Pye Corner. It appears to be in residential use. All Janet Gimber (2015).
Nash, Pembrokeshire, St. Mary (Church in Wales) on St. Mary's Road. ST 343 837. Mike Berrell.
Nash, Shropshire, St. John the Baptist. Chris Kippin (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Nassington, Northamptonshire, St. Mary the Virgin and All Saints. TL 0633 9617. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, Robin Peel and an interior view, Marion Hall. Two more of the interior - 1, 2, and an example of the surviving wall paintings, all Chris Stafford (2012). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The village has a former Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan) on Church Street, at TL 0649 9616. The National Archives references documents pertaining to the church for the years 1875-1980. It was seen by Streetview in 2021. There's also a former Independent Chapel on Station Road at TL 0685 9650. Streetview saw it in 2009, and it's dated here to 1839.
Nasty, Hertfordshire, the Gospel Hall. TL 3596 2444. Karel Kuča (2019).
Nateby, Cumbria, Methodist Chapel, which older O.S. maps mark as Congregational. This source dates it to 1975. NY 7742 0685. Steve Bulman. Link.
Nateby, Lancashire, Kirkland Particular Baptist Chapel on Longmoor Lane dates from the 1860's. Gerard advises that the congregation now meet in the vestry at the rear. Two interior views - 1, 2. SD 464 447. All Gerard Charmley (2018).
Natland, Cumbria, St. Mark. SD 5210 8920. Mrs. Janet Dalby. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Naughton, Suffolk, St. Mary. Interior view. TM 022 490. Both Mike Berrell. Link.
Naunton, Gloucestershire, St. Andrew. SP 112 234. Peter Wood.
Naunton Beauchamp, Worcestershire, St. Bartholomew. Another view. Both Peter Morgan (2012). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Navan, Co. Meath, St. Mary (R.C.). Joseph Cantwell.
Navenby, Lincolnshire, St. Peter, on Church Lane. Another view. SK 9865 5784. Both Jim Parker.
Two views of the interior - 1, 2, a fine tomb, sedilia, and the two fonts - 1, 2, all David Regan (2019). A creature of nightmares sits above a downspout, Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed. Navenby Methodist Church (1926) on High Street. SK 9877 5792. Jim Parker. Link1. Link2. The 6" O.S. map of 1906 shows a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane at SK 9893 5760. A brief reference here says that it was built in 1839, and that it was successor to an earlier chapel of 1802 at an unspecified location. A study of the map suggests that the chapel stood on what is now a garden. The adjacent property (Chapel House) claims to be the former chapel (see here), though the Genuki entry says it has been demolished. House and garden can be seen here on a 2009 Streetview.
Navestock, Essex, St. Thomas the Apostle. Peter Hobday.
Nayland, Suffolk, St. James. Previously in the Unknown section, this is another old postcard from Judy Flynn's Collection. This one is of an interior, and identified on the postcard as Hayland Church. Neither Judy or I could find a place-name of Hayland, so I thought that this may be yet another mis-labelled card. In fact so it proved to be - both Greg Mishevski and Simon Davies identified it as St. James on Church Lane at Nayland, which is Grade I listed. The font, Iris Maeers. Link. The closed Sacred Heart (R.C.). Iris Maeers.

Neasham, Co. Durham, the site (among the trees in the central background) of the vanished Neasham Benedictine Priory, as seen by Streetview in 2011. What is believed to be a cross from the priory is now in Durham Cathedral, and a photo of it can be seen on the Durham (City) page. NZ 3227 1009. Link.
Neath, Neath Port Talbot.
Neath Abbey, Neath, Neath Port Talbot - see Neath.
Nebo, Conwy, Chapel (1867). SH 837 561. Mike Berrell.
Necton, Norfolk, All Saints, on Tuns Road, which dates from the 14th and 15th centuries, with 19th century additions. Interior view. TF 8785 0975. Both Richard Roberts (2018). Two additional views - 1, 2, another interior, a detail from the angel roof, the pulpit and tester, and the font, all Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade I listed. A former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan) stands on Chantry Lane at TF 8809 0921. Pre-dating a map of 1906, it was seen by Streetview in 2009.
Nedging, Suffolk, St. Mary. Interior view. TL 998 482. Both Mike Berrell. Link.
Needham Market, Suffolk, St. John the Baptist - of rather unconventional appearance, but has a splendid interior (see link). Chris Emms (2009). Evangelical Church. Iris Maeers. Old Methodist Church. Iris Maeers. Christchurch (U.R.C.). Iris Maeers.
Needingworth, Cambridgeshire, Baptist Church (1928). The appended link has a history page with photos of the predecessor church, built in 1861, and sufficiently damaged in a gale in 1928 to require demolition and a re-build. David Regan (2018). Link.
Neen Savage, Shropshire, St. Mary. Jamie Gaukroger. Two additional views - 1, 2, both
Chris Kippin. Chris has an old illustration showing the church when it had a spire on top of the tower. Link1. Link2.
Neen Sollars, Shropshire, All Saints. Chris Kippin (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Neenton, Shropshire, All Saints. Four additional views - 1, 2, 3, 4. two interiors - 1, 2, the altar, and the font. SO 637 877. All Dennis Harper (2014). Link.
Nefyn, Gwynedd, St. David (Dewi Sant). SH 306 415. Link1. Link2. The former St. Mary now serves as a Maritime Museum. SH 308 406. Link1. Link2. Soar Independent Church. SH 306 405. All Dave Westrap. The derelict Capel Seion (Baptist, 1800, re-built 1851 and 1904). Two further views - 1, 2. SH 3084 4042. All Howard Richter (2016). Link. There is another chapel in the village (Isaf, Calvinistic Methodist, 1785, latest re-build 1876) at SH 3075 4042. Link, with photos.
Nelson, Caerphilly, the Parish Church. Bethel Evangelical Church. Link. Salem Methodist Church. Penuel Congregational Church (1857). Calfaria Baptist Church. All Gerard Charmley (2011).
Nelson, Lancashire.
Nempnett Thrubwell, Somerset, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Largely 15th century (with a 19th century chancel and vestry), it stands on the site of a Norman church. ST 53279 60400. Janet Gimber (2016). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Baptist Church (1842). ST 52297 60362. Janet Gimber (2016).
Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, St. Mary of the Rosary (R.C.). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection.
Nenthead, Cumbria, St. John the Evangelist. NY 7801 4402. Steve Bulman. Link. A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands in the middle of the village, at NY 7812 4374. It has a date-stone for 1873, and was seen by Streetview in 2021.
Nentsberry (or Nentsbury), Cumbria, to the north-west of Nenthead, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, as seen by the Streetview camera in 2021. It's dated here to 1825. NY 7633 4525. There was at one time also a Primitive Methodist Chapel, now demolished. It stood at NY 7650 4503, and pre-dates a map of 1899. Its site is largely hidden by trees, but a 2009 Streetview just shows the gable-end of a building built immediately beside it - the chapel was closer to the road, behind the conifers.

Nesting, Shetland, Church of Scotland. HU 487 578. Susan Sinclair. Another view, Kevin Price (2011). Methodist Chapel. Kevin Price (2011).
Neston, Cheshire.
Nether Alderley, Cheshire, St. Mary. Another view. SJ 841 761. Len Brankin. Four interior views, all Mike Berrell; 1, 2, 3, 4. Link.
Nether Broughton, Leicestershire, St. Mary the Virgin. SK 6958 2621. Ann Schmidt. Another view, Jim Rushton. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1839, refurbished 1889) now serves as the village hall.
SK 6940 2571. David Regan (2020).
Nether Denton, Cumbria, St Cuthbert. Its grade II listing dates it to 1868-70. A Roman altar. NY 5949 6461. Both Steve Bulman. Link.
Nether Haugh,
South Yorkshire, the former Mission Room. It was built before 1890. SK 4182 9694. David Regan (2021).
Nether Heage, Derbyshire, the former Mission Room on Shop Lane pre-dates an O.S. map of 1892-1914. If anything survives of the original building, it will be the brick-built part at the left, gable-end to the road, whose footprint matches the map. The rest of the building is later, possibly dating to the time of it's conversion or re-build, recorded in the date-stone for 1985, visible on a Streetview of 2019. SK 3613 5072. The
Methodist Church on Slack Lane was built as Primitive Methodist, has a date-stone for 1878 (2019 Streetview). SK 3615 5088. Link. Both
David Regan (2021).
Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. SP 659 587. Michael Bourne. Another view, and an interior view, both Simon Edwards. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all Howard Richter (2014). The former Primitive Methodist Church (1870). SP 659 586. Michael Bourne. Another view, Howard Richter (2014). In many cases, churches similar to this one had a simpler predecessor, and Howard proposes this building at SP 6594 5854 as a possibility. Now in residential use, it has a filled-in date-stone in the gable end. Can you confirm or refute this plausible suggestion? Howard Richter (2014). Baptist Church. Two further views - 1, 2. SP 6592 5846. All Howard Richter (2014).
Nether Kellett, Lancashire, St. Mark (unlicensed mission). Congregational Church. Both Elaine Hindson.
Nether Poppleton, North Yorkshire, St. Everilda. Bill Henderson. Another view, and the interior, both Mike Forbester. Grade II* listed.
Nether Silton, North Yorkshire, All Saints - interior view. Kenneth Paver. Link.
Nether Stowey, Somerset, St. Mary the Virgin on St. Mary's Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 197 3971. Both Mike Berrell (2014). Link.
Nether Wallop, Hampshire, St. Andrew. SU 303 364. Steve Packman at http://www.hampshirecam.co.uk/main.html. Another view, Chris Kippin. Link. Grade I listed.
Nether Wasdale, Cumbria, St. Michael and All Angels. NY 1248 0407. Malcolm Minshaw. Link. Grade II* listed.
Nether Whitacre, Warwickshire, St. Giles. Interior view. Both Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Nether Winchendon, Buckinghamshire, St. Nicholas, which has a fine set of box pews and other quality woodwork. Two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel and the font. All David Regan (2019). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Nether Worton, Oxfordshire, a lovely little church. SP 426 302. Steve Bulman.
Netheravon, Wiltshire, All Saints. SU 1479 4838. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed.
Netherexe, Devon, St. John the Baptist, which sits in a field near the River Exe. SX 9313 9983. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. A good history here (pdf). Its grade I listing says that the dedication is unknown. A monument in the churchyard is grade II listed.
Netherhampton,
Wiltshire, St. Katherine (or St. Catherine). Another view. SU 1080 2980. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II listed. A churchyard memorial is listed separately as grade II.
Netherne-on-the-Hill, Surrey, the former church of Netherne Mental Hospital. The building has been converted into a community swimming pool. Another view. Both Jennifer Murray.
Netherseal, Derbyshire, St. Peter. Two additional views - 1, 2. Here lies Sir Nigel Gresley. Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church. All David Regan (2017).
Netherthong, West Yorkshire, All Saints. Another view. Link. The former Methodist Free Church. All David Regan (2012).
Netherton, Dudley, West Midlands - see Dudley.
Netherton (near Huddersfield), West Yorkshire, Methodist Church. David Regan (2012). Link.
Netherton (near Wakefield), West Yorkshire, St. Andrew. Bill Henderson. Trinity Methodist Church. David Regan (2013). Link.
Netherwitton, Northumberland, St. Giles. Another view, and an interior view. NZ 101 904. All Bill Henderson (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Nethy Bridge, Highland, Abernethy Parish Church (1762, re-modelled 1872-3). Link. Church of Scotland, built as Abernethy Free Church. Both John Mackie.
Netley Marsh, Hampshire, St. Matthew. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, St. Bartholomew. Brian J. Curtis. SU 698 867.
Nettlecombe, Somerset, The Blessed Virgin Mary. ST 056 377. Interior view. Both
Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Nettleden, Hertfordshire, Church of St. Lawrence. Bill McKenzie.
Nettleham, Lincolnshire, All Saints; has one window by Frederick Preedy. Interior view. TF 008 753. Both Tudorbarlow (Flickr). Another interior view, showing the organ and font. Stuart Mackrell.
Nettlestead, Kent, St. Mary the Virgin. TQ 685 522. From an old postcard, Geoff Watt's Collection. Link.
Nettleton, Lincolnshire, St. John the Baptist. TA 1111 0020. David Regan (2011). Two additional views - 1, 2 and a Norman doorway (the tympanum is a C20 addition, according to the Grade II* listing), all Chris Stafford (2012). Two views of the interior - 1, 2, and the chancel, all David Regan (2018). The Methodist Church on Church Street was originally Wesleyan. TA 1107 0020. David Regan (2011). The village has a former Primitive Methodist Chapel, also on Church Street. This source dates it to 1858-1957. TA 1115 0014.
David Regan (2021).
Neuadd, Ceredigion, former chapel. SN 369 561. Mike Berrell (2011).
Neuadd, Powys, Pisgah Baptist Chapel. SN 981 563. Both Bruce Read.
Nevern, Pembrokeshire, St. Brynach. A fine celtic cross. SN 084 401. Both Chris Emms (2009). An old postcard view, from Steve Bulman's Collection. Another view and two interior views - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2010). A splendid gravestone - would that all family history research were this easy!!. Mike Berrell (2010). Link.
Nevill Holt, Leicestershire, St. Mary. SP 8164 9369. David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Neville's Cross, Durham, Co. Durham - see Durham (City).

New Abbey, Dumfries & Galloway, the Parish Church. NX 965 660. Steve Bulman. Another view. James Murray (2009). Sweetheart Abbey, from an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, Steve Bulman. And another, Bill Henderson. Another view, and an "interior view", both James Murray (2009). Link. After the reformation, the nave of the abbey was no longer used for services for the local people, and they initially met for services in what had been the abbey refectory in the south range (the low walls in the foreground) of the abbey buildings. This was succeeded in 1731 by a new church built against or near the south wall of the abbey nave. No trace remains. Both Steve Bulman (2016).
New Aberdour, Aberdeenshire, St. Drostan, is dated here to 1818. NJ 8849 6339. Martin Briscoe. Link. Category B listed. Its predecessor, also St. Drostan, stands near the coast, just over a mile to the north, at NJ 8843 6440. Link. Oddly, it appears not to be listed. Older O.S. maps mark a Free/United Free Church on High Street, at NJ 8846 6312. It pre-dates a map of 1874, and had been closed or demolished by 1955. The housing built on its site was seen by Streetview in 2022.
New Alresford, Hampshire, St. John the Baptist. SU 5884 3265. Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed. For other listed churchyard features, see here. New Farm Chapel on New Farm Road. Chris Kippin (2022). Link. The Methodist Church is on the B3046, opposite Station Approach. Looking relatively modern, it stands on the site of an earlier chapel, which is shown on a map of 1897. Labelled only as Chap., I haven't been able to confirm its denomination. SU 5866 3248. Chris Kippin (2022). Link. St. Gregory (R.C.) on Grange Road. SU 5864 3233. Chris Kippin (2022). Link. A former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands on The Dean - it's now in use as a gallery. SU 5859 3265. Chris Kippin (2022). Link dates it to 1896, and says from 1936 it was Wesleyan and P.M., closing in 1964. Curiously, the O.S. has omitted to label it on a large scale map of 1909, though it is labelled on the 1" map of 1958. The same map marks another place of worship just a few yards to the rear at SU 5853 3264. This is probably the Congregational Church mentioned in the link appended to the P.M. entry as where the Wesleyan/P.M.
New Bentley and Toll Bar, South Yorkshire, St. Philip & St. James. Bill Henderson.
New Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, St. Peter. TF 3080 5790. Dave Hitchborne. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the font, all Chris Stafford (2015). Link. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Church of 1825-1986 on Occupation Lane (now Chapel Road) was built as Wesleyan. TF 3074 5850.
David Regan (2020).
New Bradwell, Buckinghamshire, St. James. SP 828 415. Methodist Church, dating from 1806. SP 832 415. Holding Forth Christian Centre, 1936. SP 831 413. All Les Needham.
New Brancepeth, Co. Durham, Wesleyan Methodist Church. Steve Bruce.
New Brighton, Flintshire, St. James. To the right is what looks like a tin chapel. Can you confirm? SJ 254 654. Mike Berrell (2009). From the examination of old maps, Howard Richter suspects that this has never been a church, and always seems to have been the church hall it is today. Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now in secular use. SJ 253 654. Mike Berrell (2009).
New Brighton, Merseyside, St. James. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link. St. Peter and St. Paul (R.C.), an unusual photo, showing the church under construction. From Colin Waters' Collection. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2, all Mike Forbester. Link.
New Brighton, Wrexham, Yr Eglwys Fethodistaidd Hermon. Martin Briscoe.
New Buckenham, Norfolk, St. Martin. TM 089 906. Steve Bulman (2005).
New Clipstone, Nottinghamshire - see Clipstone, on the Nottinghamshire page.
New Cowper, Cumbria, the site of the demolished Congregational Chapel (in the far left corner of the field). According to the Wikipedia entry for New Cowper, the chapel was built "between 1883 and 1906" and demolished in the 1970's. Map evidence shows that it was built before 1900, as a map of that vintage shows it as "Congregational Chapel". I've been unable to find a photo of it on-line. Circa NY 1220 4562. Steve Bulman (2018).  A little over a mile to the south-west of the village is the site of St. Cuthbert's Chapel, on Chapel Hill. Not approached by any roads, the site remains unseen by the Streetview van. NY 1182 4492.
New Cross, Greater London, Hatcham Evangelical Church. Alan Taylor. House of Bread (Church of God of Prophecy) on Kitto Road. Gerard Doherty (2010). Link. St. Catherine on Pepys Road (1892-4). Gerard Doherty (2010). Link.
New Cumnock, East Ayrshire.
New Deer, Aberdeenshire, St. Kane. NJ 8861 4692. Joyce Laing. Link1. Link2. Further north along Main Street is a former Church, at NJ 8834 4722. None of the available on-line maps indicate its denomination. Streetview saw it in 2022. Link. Another unidentified former Church stands on Main Street at NJ 8850 4703. It was seen by Streetview in 2021.
New Ellerby, East Riding of Yorkshire, Methodist Church. James Murray.
New Ferry, Merseyside, St. John the Evangelist (R.C.), on Bebington Road. SJ 3348 8512. Steve Bulman (2021). Link.
New Hartley, Northumberland, St. Michael and All Angels. NZ 308 768. Link. Our Lady and St. Joseph (R.C.). NZ 309 767. Both Bill Henderson (2012).
New Haw, Surrey, All Saints. TQ 051 626. Barbara Barklem.
New Hedges, Pembrokeshire, St. Anne - a tin chapel. Gerard Charmley (2010). Obviously well-cared for, as by 2012 it had been re-painted, Mike Berrell (2012).
New Herrington, Tyne & Wear, Independent Methodist Church. James Murray.
New Holland, Lincolnshire, Christ Church. Another view. Former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1877). All Stuart Leadley (2011).
New Houghton, Derbyshire, the former Christ Church. David Regan (2011).
New Hythe, Kent, Holy Trinity. TQ 704 592. Geoff Watt. Link.
New Inn, Torfaen, St. Mary at Panteg. Janet Gimber (2015). Link. Grade II listed. The Church Hall, (1930) is in the town. Panteg Methodist Church. Panteg Cemetery Chapel. New Inn Congregational Church. Interior view. Link. All Gerard Charmley (2010).
New Invention, Shropshire, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel, now a private residence. Gerard Charmley (2010).
New Lanark, South Lanarkshire, the former chapel, now in use as the village hall. Another view. Circa NS 880 426. Both
Steve Bulman (2013).
New Leake, Lincolnshire, see Eastville on the Lincolnshire page.
New Longton, Lancashire, All Saints (1964), architect Tom Mellor O.B.E. Alan Hopkins (2010). Interior view, Lady Chapel, Baptistery and the Millennium Mural (The Ascent of the Saints) by Tom Phillips, all John Balaam (2010). Link. Methodist Chapel (1908). Alan Hopkins (2010). Link - which wasn't working when I tried it, but you may have more luck.
New Malden, Surrey, Christ Church. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
New Mill, Ceredigion, Full Gospel Church. SN 185 475. Mike Berrell.
New Mill (near Holmfirth), West Yorkshire, Christ Church. Another view. Link. Lydgate Unitarian Chapel. Another view. Link. Grade II listed - link. All David Regan (2012).
New Mills, Cornwall, Bible Christian Chapel. SW 899 524. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
New Mills, Derbyshire.
New Milton, Hampshire, St. Mary Magdalene on Church Lane. The building is largely of the 19th and 20th centuries, though the tower is older. SZ 237 943. Richard Roberts (2018). Link. Grade II listed.
New Moat, Pembrokeshire, St. Nicholas. SN 062 253. Mike Berrell (2010). Two interior views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2012).
New Moston, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
New North Road, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire - see Huddersfield.
New Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, St. Paulinus (1931). Another view. Both David Regan (2011). Grade II listed - link.
New Quay, Ceredigion.
New Radnor, Powys,
St. Mary. Dorothy Turley. Two further views - 1, 2, both John Bowdler, and another, Paul Wood (2015). Link.
New Romney, Kent, St. Nicholas. 189 TR 065 247. Another view. An old postcard view. Link1. Link2. Link3. Romney Marsh Christian Fellowship, formerly the Baptist Church. 189 TR 0636 248. Methodist Church. 189 TR 065 248. Link. All photos Dave Westrap. Postcard from Dave Westrap's Collection. Some additional photos of the superb St. Nicholas, all Steve Bulman (2009) - exterior view and tower, interior view, detail of a scalloped capital, and decoration on the arches, an armorial (we liked the dogs!!),  the wall between the tower and the body of the church has several Norman windows. An old postcard showing an interior view of St. Nicholas, from John Bowdler's Collection.
New Ross, Co. Wexford, St. Mary and St. Michael. Interior view. St. Mary. All from old postcards in Reg Dosell's Collection.
New Seaham, Durham - see Seaham.
New Stevenston, North Lanarkshire, Wrangholm Kirk. Alan Mathew (2015). Link.
New Swannington, Leicestershire, the Wesleyan Reform Church (1906) on Church Lane. SK 4256 1595. Mike Berrell (2011). Link.
New Tredegar, Caerphilly, St. Dingat. Carmel Baptist Church. Former Chapel (1898), converted to a workshop ca. 1920. The vestry of a demolished Congregational Chapel. All Gerard Charmley (2011).
New Whittington, Derbyshire, St. Barnabas (1884) on Wellington Street and Albert Road. Another view. SK 3992 7530. Link. Baptist Church on High Street.
SK 3979 7556. All David Regan (2020). A glance at the 1" O.S. map of 1952 shows another four churches in the village, surprising for a settlement of its size. These are Primitive, Wesleyan, and United Methodist, and a Catholic. The P.M. Chapel stood on Back South Street at SK 3980 7539, and has been replaced by a more modern secular building (a school according to this source). Its site can be seen here, on a 2019 Streetview, at the far end of the lane. The Methodist Church, (originally Wesleyan) stood on Wellington Street at SK 3993 7550, and has been replaced by housing. It's dated to 1861-1986 here, and its location can be seen on a 2016 Streetview here. The Roman Catholic Church has also been demolished and replaced by housing, just a short distance from the Wesleyan, at SK 3991 7544. See here. The National Archives mentions documents pertaining to St. Patrick's for 1948-1978. The U.M. Chapel stood on London Street (now re-named as Cross London Street) at SK 3979 7531. The site remained unoccupied at the time of the latest Streetview van visit in 2012. An earlier R.C. Chapel is shown on the 6" map of 1899 at SK 3970 7547, in a courtyard off High Street. It stood roughly at the far end of the furthest lawn, as seen in this 2012 Streetview - High Street is on the other side of the houses, the Streetview van was on Highgate Close, which didn't exist when the chapel was in use.
New York, Lincolnshire, Methodist Church. Dave Hitchborne.
New York, Tyne & Wear, the Lighthouse Christian Centre. Bill Henderson.
Newark-on-Trent, Notts.
Newall Green, Wythenshawe, Manchester, Greater Manchester - see Wythenshawe.
Newbattle, Midlothian, the Parish Church of 1727. Another view. NT 3312 6607. Link. Grade B listed. The former Manse, which stands adjacent, is also listed as Grade B, and is older than the present church. It's been in private residential use since the 1950's. A 2016 Streetview shows both buildings in the same view. A graveyard NE of the present church includes the site of its predecessor. NT 332 662. One of the monuments (the Lothian Vault) is Grade C listed. All Marion Bowles (2020).
Newbiggin, Cumbria (near Croglin), the Methodist chapel. The 1900 25" O.S. map marks this as Wesleyan. This source dates it to 1867, preceded by an earlier chapel of 1847 on a different site (not so far identified). NY 5594 4908. Steve Bulman.
Newbiggin, Cumbria (near Kirkby Thore), St. Edmund. Of ancient foundation, it was re-built in the fourteenth century. Another view. NY 6278 2866. Both
Howard Richter (2014). 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. Some interior photos here. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1880), long converted to residential use. The date of closure is so far uncertain, but is likely to be before 1970, when it is not listed in a publication of that year. Another view. NY 6288 2845. Both Howard Richter (2014).
Newbiggin, (near Middleton-in-Teesdale), Co. Durham, Methodist Church. NY 915 277. Steve Bruce. Another view. A plaque on the wall explains that it is believed to be the oldest Methodist Chapel to be continuously in use, having been built in 1760. Alan Blacklock.
Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, St. Bartholomew. Bill Henderson. Another view. Bill McKenzie (2010). St. Mark (U.R.C.). Bill Henderson. St. Mary (R.C.). Bill Henderson. Link.
Newbiggin Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear - see Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Newbiggin-on-Lune, Cumbria,
the former St. Aidan, now a private residence. Two further views - 1, 2. NY 7058 0518. All Martin Richter (2011). Methodist Church (1939). NY 7045 0526. The old Methodist Church was built as Primitive Methodist in 1837. NY 7049 0521. Both Philip Kapp. Link.
Newbliss, County Monaghan, Newbliss Presbyterian Church. H 567 238. Jack Storey. Newbliss Church of Ireland. H 562 230. Malcolm Totten.
Newbold on Avon, Warwickshire, St. Botolph. SP 487 771. Paul Brown. Another view, and an interior view, both Aidan McRae Thomson. Methodist Church. SP 489 772. Paul Brown.
Newbold on Stour, Warwickshire, St. David. Aidan McRae Thomson. Two further views, 1, 2, both John Bowdler (2010). Former chapel - advised as Methodist by Janet Gimber. John Bowdler (2010).
Newbold Pacey, Warwickshire, dedicated to St. George the Martyr. SP 299 572. Steve Bulman. Interior view. Aidan McRae Thomson.
Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire, St. James. Another view. Both David Regan (2016). Grade II listed, from which we learn that it has fabric of the 12th, 13th and 15th century, an 1899 re-build, and a heightened tower with new spire of 1960.
Newborough, Cambridgeshire, St. Bartholomew (1823-30) on Guntons Road. TF 203 060. Richard Roberts (2016). Link. Grade II lsted.
Newborough, IOA., St. Peter (Church in Wales). SH 419 654. Dave Westrap. Link.
Newborough, Staffordshire, All Saints (1901) on Yoxall Road. SK 135 253. Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
Newbottle, Co. Durham, St. Matthew. Bill Henderson.
Newbottle, Northamptonshire, St. James. Another view, interior view, and the plain tub font. Two window photos illustrate very different styles of window glass, the first subtle, the second somewhat lurid. A brass to Peter Dormer his wife, and numerous children - I count nineteen. Is this a record on church brasses? All Chris Stafford (2012). Grade II* listed - link.
Newbridge, Caerphilly.
Newbridge, Cornwall, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 424 315. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Newbridge-on-Wye, Powys,
All Saints - dates from 1883. SO 015 582. Bruce Read. Another view, Eirian Evans, and another Paul Wood. Pentref Baptist Chapel (1879). Another view. SO 014 583. Both Bruce Read.
Newbrough, Northumberland, St. Peter. Additional view. NY 868 679. LinkMethodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1876. NY 881 678. All Bill Henderson (2013).
Newbuildings, Co. Derry, Methodist Church (1853). C 412 125. Gerard Close (2018). Link.
Newbuildings, Devon, Beacon Cross Church, a former school. Its usage as a church seems to be relatively recent, as it isn't marked as a place of worship on a map dated 1973-90. SS 7977 0333. Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Newburn, Tyne & Wear, St. Cuthbert. Peter Morgan. St. Michael and All Angels. NZ 166 653. Bill Henderson (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Newbury, Berkshire.
Newby Head, Cumbria, the former Newby Quaker Burial Ground. The earliest surviving gravestone is from 1672. More remarkable is that of Thomas Lawson from 1691, in Latin - 1, 2. NY 5851 2149. All Alan Marsden (2022).
Newby West, Cumbria, the former Mission Hall. Converted to residential use, it can be seen here on a 2012 Streetview. NY 3690 5404.
Newby Wiske, North Yorkshire, Wesleyan Chapel. Bill Henderson.
Newcastle, Co. Down, the former St. Mary (R.C.), now a community centre. J 376 312. Methodist Church. J 374 305. Both Gerard Close (2011). Presbyterian Church. J 375 315. Gerard Close (2012). St. John (CoI). J 374 299. Gerard Close (2012). Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (R.C.). J 377 314. Gerard Close (2012).
Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire.
Newcastle on Clun, Shropshire, St. John the Baptist. An unusual centre-pivoted gate. Mike Berrell advises that this is known as a tapsel gate, and provides this link. Another view of the gate. SO 2533 8262. All John Bowdler. The 25" O.S. map of 1903 shows a Primitive Methodist Chapel. Now demolished, it stood on Mill Road at SO 2489 8226. The site can be seen on a 2009 Streetview, and the plaque just visible above the car can be seen in close-up here, Chris Kippin (2020). It provides dates of 1891-1984.
Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire.
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear.
Newcastleton, Borders, the Parish Church (CoS, 1888) on Montagu Street. NY 4819 8766. Steve Bulman (2012). Link. The former Burgher Church (1804), now a heritage centre. Older O.S. maps label it as U.P. Church. NY 4817 8721. Steve Bulman (2012). Two other churches show in the town on older O.S. maps. A Free Church stood on Langholm Street at NY 4823 8758. It now serves as the village hall, and was seen by Streetview in 2021. It has date-stones for 1853 and 1956, the latter perhaps for when it became the hall. Link. The other one is marked as E.U. Church and still stands on South Hermitage Street at NY 4828 8750. This source advises that it was originally Congregational, and dates it to 1850. Streetview saw it in 2021. The former Castleton Parish Church stands about 1 miles to the N.E., at NY 4971 8948. Seen by Streetview in 2021, when it appeared to be undergoing conversion to residential use. Link, wherein it's dated to 1808. Category B listed. Its predecessor, St. Martin, stood about of a mile to the E.N.E. at NY 5084 8981. It was demolished in 1808 and the masonry removed to allow the building of Castleton Parish Church (source). It stood in a substantial graveyard, which survives - it was seen by Streetview in 2021.
Newchapel, Pembrokeshire, Capel Newydd. SN 228 395. Mike Berrell (2010).
Newchapel, Kidsgrove, Staffordshire - see Kidsgrove.
Newchurch, Kent, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view. 189 TR 054 313. Both Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2. Link3.
Newchurch,
Powys, St. Mary. Two interior views - 1, 2. Calvinistic Methodist Church. All Gerard Charmley (2011).
Newchurch, Staffordshire, the former Christ Church on Sudbury Road. Built circa 1809, it closed in 1998 and is now a private residence. SK 148 234. Richard Roberts (2014). Link (which says it was also known as Holy Trinity). Grade II listed (where it's listed under Yoxall).
Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, St. Mary. Previously in the "Unknown" section, thanks go to Bryan McCahey for identifying it. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, SD 822 394. Stuart Mackrell. Link1. Link2.
Newchurch-in-Rossendale, Lancashire, St. Nicholas, on Church Street. SD 813 245. Nigel Birch. Link. Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2, and a window showing St. Nicholas, all Mike Berrell (2016). St. Joseph and St. Peter (R.C.) on Chapel Street. Interior view. SD 836 224. Both Mike Berrell (2016). Bethlehem Unitarian Church (1809). Although the church was demolished in 1987, the churchyard walls and gate survive, as can be seen on a 2011 Streetview. Nigel Birch. An old postcard view, from Nigel Birch's Collection. Link.
Newenden, Kent, St. Peter. TQ 834 274. Geoff Watt. Link.
Newent, Gloucestershire.
Newgate Street, Hertfordshire, dedicated to St. Mary Ponsbourne. Bill McKenzie.
Newham Grange, Stockton-on-Tees, Co. Durham - see Stockton-on-Tees.
Newhaven, East Sussex, St. Michael. TQ 442 011. From a postcard in the Kevin Gordon Collection. Link. Christ Church, which stood on South Road, was demolished in 1969. From a photo in the Kevin Gordon Collection.
Newick, East Sussex, St. Mary. From an old postcard (franked 1911) in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link.
Newington, City of Edinburgh - see City of Edinburgh.
Newington, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire - see Hull.
Newington, Kent, St. Mary TQ 863 654. From an old postcard, Geoff Watt's Collection. A modern view. Methodist Church. TQ 869 648. Both Geoff Watt.
Newland, Gloucestershire, All Saints. Interior view. The Bells Chapel. James explains that this was originally the Greyndour Chantry. The Ludham window was commissioned by Mrs Ludham, in memory of her husband. She died on the day it was to be dedicated, so their children changed the dedication to include her as well. All James Murray. Link.
Newland, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire - see Hull.
Newlands, Cumbria.
The church dates from 1843, though the site is older. The small extension at the left was the local school, finally closed in 1967. Recently refurbished, it now serves tea and cakes (at least on Summer Sundays) - I can recommend the banana cake - the profits going towards the upkeep of the church, and other local good causes. Another view. Interior view. NY 2299 1936. All Steve Bulman. Link1. Link2.
Newlands, Glasgow - see the City of Glasgow page.
Newlyn, Cornwall.
Newmarket, Suffolk, St. Mary. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link. All Saints. Compare with Link1, which shows that the tower pinnacles were removed at some point. From Reg Dosell's postcard collection. Tony Pringle advises that the pinnacles were removed in 1908, following the structural failure of one of the pinnacles earlier the same year. Link1. Link2.
Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare, Kilnasoolagh Church (CoI). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's collection. Link.
Newmill, Cornwall, Wesleyan Teetotal Chapel (1841). SW 457 343. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Newmillerdam, West Yorkshire, Lakeside Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan in 1890. Link1. Link2. Former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1880) on Barnsley Road (link). Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1820) on School Hill (link). All David Regan (2013).
Newmills, Co. Tyrone, Church of Ireland, aka Trinity. H 815 676. Jack Storey, Monaghan Genealogy Specialist. The Drumreagh Gospel Hall. H 815 675. Gerard Close. Presbyterian Church (1837). H 814 679. Gerard Close. Link.
Newmilns, East Ayrshire, Loudoun Church (CoS). An 1844 church on an older site. Another view. Commemorative tablet to Murdoch Nisbet, of whom more on Wikipedia here. NS 5376 3733. All Martin Richter (2013). Link. News item. Grade B listed. Townheads Church (1994) on Main Street. NS 5391 3740. Howard Richter (2014). The site of the demolished East Church, replaced by housing and now called East Church Court. The church was built before 1858, and is marked on the 1858 and 1896 maps as "Free Church", in 1910 as "U.F. Church", and in 1964 as "Loudoun East Church". It was demolished in 1980, subsequent to the joining of the congregations of Loudoun Church and East Church. NS 539 375. Howard Richter (2014). A demolished United Presbyterian Church off High Street (then Doitburn Street) pre-dates a map of 1858, and was demolished in the years preceding the compilation of a map of 1964. The site can be seen on a Streetview of 2011. NS 5359 3742.
Newnham, Hampshire, St. Nicholas. The interior and unusual pulpit. SU 7039 5398. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed. Old maps show a Primitive Methodist Chapel at SU 7084 5375, S.E. of the village. Streetview can only provide the slimmest glimpse of it, but a photo is available here, where it's dated to circa 1843.
Newnham, Northamptonshire, St. Michael and All Angels (O). The lowest stage of the tower is open - note the strengthening ironwork and tie-rods. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, pulpit, font and organ. Some numbered box pews survive.  Link. Grade I listed. Former Congregational Chapel (1909), now in residential use. John has found a reference to services being "discontinued in the 1950's". All John Bowdler (2013).
Newnham-on-Severn, Gloucestershire, St. Peter. Link. Former Congregational Chapel. Both Graeme Harvey.
Newport, County Mayo, St. Patrick (R.C.).
Newport, East Riding of Yorkshire, the Wallingfen Methodist Chapel. Another view. Interior view. All James Murray.
Newport, Essex, St. Mary the Virgin. TL 5207 3411. Marion Hall. Two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel, the pulpit and the font, all Chris Stafford (2013). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The U.R.C. on the B1038, as seen by Streetview in 2010. TL 5178 3396. Link, which advises that it was previously a doctor's surgery. Older maps mark a Congregational Chapel, the predecessor of the U.R.C., towards the southern end of the village, at TL 5206 3369. The link for the previous entry gives a good history. The housing built on the site can be seen in a Streetview from 2019. West of the village, at Bonhunt Farm, is the ancient St. Helen's Chapel, seen by Streetview in 2009. Its Wikipedia entry says that there is an annual service here. TL 5115 3349. Grade II listed.
Newport, Gloucestershire, the former Independent Chapel (1710, re-built 1825) on Chapel Hill closed in 2006, and was subsequently converted to residential use. Janet Gimber (2017). Link.
Newport, Isle of Wight, the Minster Church of Sts. Thomas on Pyle Street. Bill explains that the church was originally dedicated to St. Thomas of Canterbury. Henry VIII declared Thomas Beckett a traitor, so the dedication was changed to St. Thomas, which in later years was assumed to be St. Thomas the Apostle. Hence the unusual dedication to Sts. Thomas. SZ 4997 8915. Link. Grade I listed. The former Congregational Church (1848) on St. James's Street, now a pub. A plaque gives a little history. SZ 4983 8919. All Bill Henderson (2014). The Methodist Church on Quay Street. Older O.S. maps label it as Bible Christian. SZ 5002 8926. John Balaam (2022). Link.

Newport, Newport.
Newport, Pembrokeshire.
Newport, Shropshire, St. Nicholas. Peter Morgan. Link. Former Congregational Church. Gerard Charmley (2010). Former Wesleyan Methodist Church. Gerard Charmley (2010). The previous Wesleyan Chapel is shown here, and is now in commercial use. Gerard Charmley (2010). Former Primitive Methodist Church - has also been a Masonic Hall. Gerard Charmley (2010).
Newport-on-Tay, Fife, Church of Scotland. Trinity United Free Church. Another view. St. Mary (Episcopalian). Another view. Link. All Alan Craxford.
Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. David Regan (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Newport with Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire, St. Stephen. Bill Henderson. Another view, interior view and Lady Chapel, all James Murray.
Newquay, Cornwall.
Newry, County Down.
Newsham, Northumberland, St. Bede. NZ 300 795. Bill Henderson (2012). Link.
Newsome, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire - see Huddersfield.
Newstead, Nottinghamshire, St. Mary the Virgin (1928). David Regan (2013). Link.
Newtimber West Sussex, St. John the Evangelist. TQ 272 135. Tony Preston (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Newton (or Newton-in-the-Isles), Cambridgeshire, St. James. Another view. TF 440 148. Bo
th David Regan (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Newton, Cambridgeshire, St. Margaret. Another view. In the grounds is a mausoleum (1922), which has its own grade II listing. TL 435 491. David Regan (2019). Link. Grade II* listed. Mausoleum link.
Newton, Porthcawl, Bridgend - see Porthcawl.
Newton, Derbyshire, the Methodist Church, built as Primitive Methodist in 1904.
SK 4422 5964. David Regan (2020). Link. Almost directly opposite stands a former chapel, marked as such on the 1899 25" O. S. map. No maps I have access to identify it, but as the link already provided speculates, it may be the predecessor of the P.M. chapel. It can be seen, boarded up, on a 2019 Streetview. SK 4421 5952.
Newton, Lincolnshire, St. Botolph (C). TF 0479 3622. Mike Berrell (2012). Another view, David Regan (2019). Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, a window, the fine marble war memorial, and the font, all Chris Stafford (2015). The church website also includes an interior photo. Grade I listed.
Newton (near Castle Acre), Norfolk, St. Mary and All Saints. TF 8307 1550. Anne East (2009). Two interiors - 1, 2, both Peter Morgan (2016). Another view, and the font, both Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Newton, Swansea, St. Peter (CiW). Gerard Charmley (2011)
Newton Abbot, Devon.
Newton Arlosh, Cumbria, St. John the Baptist. Steve Bulman. NY 198 553. Link.
Newton Aycliffe, Co. Durham.
Newton Blossomville, Buckinghamshire, St. Nicholas. Two interior views - 1, 2, the altar, and the font. SP 9258 5158. All David Regan (2017). Another view, another interior, and a window, all Chris Stafford (2015). Link. Grade II* listed.
Newton Bromswold, Northamptonshire, St. Peter. David Regan (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Newton Burgoland, Leicestershire, Congregational Church. Clive Berriman.
Newton Ferrers, Devon, Holy Cross. SX 550 481. Dave Westrap. Another view, two interior views - 1, 2, and the Chapel of the Beatitudes (or Lady Chapel), all James Murray (2010), who advises that the cross came from Oberammergau, though the circumstances are apparently unknown. Link1. Link2.
Newton Hall, Durham, Co. Durham - see Durham (City).
Newton Hall, Northumberland, St. James. NZ 037 652. Bill Henderson (2012). Grade II listed - link.
Newton Harcourt, Leicestershire, St. Luke.  George Weston.
Newton Heath, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
Newton Kyme, North Yorkshire, St. Andrew. Bill Henderson.
Newton le Willows, Northamptonshire, the former St. Faith, now used as a field study centre. Another view. Both David Regan (2017). Link1. Link2Grade II* listed.
Newton Longville, Buckinghamshire, St. Faith on Whaddon Road. Another view, the interior, chancel, and the font, with cover. SP 847 314. All Dav
id Regan (2019). Grade I listed.
Newton on Ouse, North Yorkshire, All Saints. Older maps label it as St. Mary. Interior view. SE 5109 5993. Both Kenneth Paver (2011). The substantial stone-built lych-gate, porch, two of the interior - 1, 2, and the font, all Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade II listed. The lych-gate is also listed as grade II. A former Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan of 1925, source) stands immediately north of the village green at SE 5113 6007. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. It was preceded by an earlier chapel which stood roughly opposite All Saints on Cherry Tree Avenue. SE 5116 5991. The building on the site today can be seen on a Streetview from 2009 - does anything of the chapel survive?
Newton on Trent, Lincolnshire, St. Peter. Another view. Link. Grade II* listed - link. The former Methodist Chapel. Link. All David Regan (2011).
Newton Poppleford, Devon, St. Luke.
The grade II* listing dates it largely to 1875, with the tower from the 15th century. SY 0857 8971. Andrew Johnston. Link. The site of the demolished Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan), on High Street. The National Archives references documents pertaining to the church for the years 1907-98, but it was evidently built before 1907 as it appears on a map of 1906, revised in 1903. SY 0834 8970. Chris Kippin (2022). The village also had a Christian Brethren Chapel further west on High Street at SY 0807 8958. Its site, seen by Streetview in 2009, now lies beneath a driveway.
Newton Purcell, Oxfordshire, St. Michael and All Angels. David Regan (2019). Link. Grade II listed.
Newton Regis, Warwickshire, St. Mary the Virgin. Two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel, the squint, and the two fonts - 1, 2. David Regan (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Newton Reigny, Cumbria, St. John. Steve Bulman. NY 480 316. Link.
Newton St. Cyres, Devon, St. Cyr (or Cyriac) & St. Julitta. SX 8793 9799. From an old postcard (franked 1905) in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, Chris Kippin (2022).
 Link. Grade I listed. One churchyard tomb is listed as grade II.
Newton St. Loe, Somerset, Holy Trinity. A late-13th century church, the tower was added in the 15th; the North aisle was added in 1857 (plaque). Two additional views - 1, 2. The weather-vane is a handsome cockerel. The church has a good collection of gargoyles and head-stops - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Interior view, the chancel, the pulpit, the font, the handsome Langton Memorial (1701), and two of the windows - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1297. ST 70112 64873. All Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Newton Solney, Derbyshire, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Lane - a 12th century foundation. Interior view. SK 279 257. Both Richard Roberts (2014). Grade II* listed. Link.
Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway.
Newton Valence, Hampshire, St. Mary. SU 724 328.
Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II listed.
Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, St. Mary. Martin Briscoe. Another view, and an interior view, both Peter Morgan (2009).
Newton-by-Toft, Lincolnshire, St. Michael. TF 0510 8735. Dave Hitchborne. Another view,
David Regan (2022). The church was evidently larger at some point, as the ghost of a north arcade can be seen in David's photo. Link. Grade II* listed.
Newton-in-Bowland, Lancashire, U.R.C. SD 697 504. Friends Meeting House. 103 SD 695 505. Both Philip Kapp.
Newton-in-Makerfield, Lancashire, Emmanuel (CoE). Peter Morgan. Link.
Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire.
Newton-le-Willows, North Yorkshire, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1860-2006), now in residential use (Estate Agents' rental notice here). Another view. Some interior views from when it was still a church are available here. SE 2147 8955. Both Howard Richter (2015). Its 19th century predecessor stood at SE 2172 8942, and it pre-dates 1857, as it appears on the O.S. map of that vintage. Houses stand on the site, now called Chapel Row. It's not obvious whether any fabric of the old chapel remains. Two additional views - 1, 2. All Howard Richter (2017). The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1896), now converted to residential use. Two further views - 1, 2. Genuki says here that it was preceded by an earlier chapel, and some of the structure of the present building was constructed from bricks recycled from the earlier. It also says that it closed in the 1980's. SE 2157 8957. All Howard Richter (2015).
Newton-under-Roseberry, North Yorkshire, St. Oswald. NZ 569 132. Steve Bulman. Link.
Newton upon Derwent, East Riding of Yorkshire, Church and Community Centre. Bill Henderson.
Newton-Upon-Rawcliffe, North Yorkshire, St. John. Methodist Church. Both Bill Henderson. Another view of St. John, and the chapel. Both Bill McKenzie.
Newtongrange, Midlothian, Church of Scotland (1939-42). Another view. The current church hall visible behind the church in the latter view was built before the church, and was used as the church during that period. The chunky flying buttresses are an unusual feature! NT 334 642. Link. Grade C listedChurch of Christ. Two additional views - 1, 2. NT 335 643. Link. The former Free Church, now in use as a Masonic Hall. Old maps show it as Free Church in 1894, and United Free Church in 1907 and 1914. Dates here suggest 1874 and 1880 for the building of the church and hall (the latter visible here), but the order is uncertain. It became Church of Scotland following the union in 1929, and closed in 1940. Two further views - 1, 2. Link. NT 333 647. All Howard Richter (2013).
Newtonmore, Highland, Free Church. Martin Briscoe. St. Bride (Church of Scotland), formerly the Free Church (built ca. 1900). NN 7149 9926. Martin Briscoe. Link. In the Highland Folk Museum stands Leanach Mission Church, moved here from near Culloden. Interior view. Both Peter Morgan (2014). Another view, Karel Kuča (2019).
Newtown, Chester, Cheshire - see Chester.
Newtown, Co. Carlow, St. Patrick (R.C.). Liam Murphy.
Newtown, Exeter, Devon - see the Exeter page.
Newtown (near Romsey), Hampshire, the site of a chapel (now Chapel House), marked on the 1" O.S. map of 1958. Chris and I have been unable to discover anything further about the chapel. SU 3094 2364. Chris Kippin (2022).
Newtown, Hampshire (near Newbury, Berkshire), St. Mary the Virgin and St. John the Baptist. Interior view. Wikipedia dates it to 1865, on the site of a medieval church. SU 4762 6370. Both Susan Heighes (2013.
 Link. Grade II listed.
Newtown, Powys.
Newtown, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Zion Methodist Church (originally Primitive Methodist). Gerard Charmley (2010).
Newtown, Staffordshire, St. Paul (1835). The former Wesleyan Chapel, with its sun-dial. All Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Newtown, Stockton-on-Tees, Co. Durham - see Stockton-on-Tees.
Newtown, Wiltshire, the former St. Andrew. The available maps indicate that it was built between 1901 and 1925, and probably closed after 1979. ST 9158 2900. Chris Kippin (2020).
Newtown Linford, Leicestershire, All Saints.  Pamela Weston. Link. Bradgate House Chapel stands in the grounds of Bradgate House (ruinous), which was the home of Lady Jane Grey.  George Weston.
Newtown St. Boswells (including St. Boswell's), Borders, Newtown Church (CoS) - marked on older maps as U.P. Church. NT 5805 3152. Bill McKenzie. Link. Category C listed, wherein it's dated to 1867. The Old Parish Church stands on the banks of the River Tweed, to the S.E. of the town, at NT 6063 3053. This source says that only the foundations remain, located within a graveyard - seen here by Streetview in 2021. It also says that this church is reputed to have had two predecessors, on different sites, but doesn't locate them. Old maps show a Free Church in the town on what is today the B6404 at NT 5942 3102. Now the parish church, it's dated here to 1844. Streetview saw it in 2016. St. Columba's College has a Chapel, mentioned here. Not seen by Streetview, a photo is available here (scroll down). NT 5867 3187. The school may no longer exist, as a news article from 1993 discusses its proposed closure. Do the buildings survive?
Newton St. Loe, Somerset, Holy Trinity. A late-13th century church, the tower was added in the 15th, and the north aisle added when the church was restored in 1857. The list of incumbents goes back to 1297. Two additional views - 1, 2. The weather-vane is a handsome cockerel. The church has a good collection of gargoyles and head-stops - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. ST 70112 64873. All Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Newtownards, Co. Down.
Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh, The Immaculate Conception (or St. Mary's, R.C.). H 417 259. Link. Methodist Church. H 418 263. Link. Both Gerard Close (2018).
Newtowncashel, Co. Longford, St. Mary (R.C.). From an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link.
Newtowncrommelin, Co. Antrim, Presbyterian Church. D 139 171. Gerard Close (2010).
Newtownhamilton, County Armagh, St. John's Parish Church (CoI). Jack Storey. Two additional views - 1, 2, both Richard Edgar (2014).
Newtownkelly, Co. Tyrone, Methodist Church. H 841 659. Gerard Close.
Newtownsaville, Co. Tyrone, St. Mark (CoI). H 522 608. Gerard Close.
Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone, Presbyterian Church. H 406 854. Gerard Close. St. Eugene (CoI). H 399 857. Gerard Close (2018). Link. St. Mary's Oratory (R.C., 2000). H 400 856. Gerard Close (2018).
Neyland, Pembrokeshire, St. Clement on St. Clement's Road. SM 964 050. Wesley Methodist Church, originally Wesley Chapel (1877) on High Street. SM 963 054. Bethel Baptist Church on High Street, with the original chapel behind, which now serves as the church hall. Two interior views - 1, 2, and one of the old chapel. SM 964 054. The former Bicentenary Memorial Chapel (1865) on High Street, now flats. SM 963 054. Zion Presbyterian Church (1861) on High Street. SM 962 054. All Mike Berrell (2009).

Nicholaston, Swansea, St. Nicholas. Re-built in the 1890's as a monument to C.R.M. Talbot. Nicholaston House Chapel, now a Christian Retreat Centre. Both Gerard Charmley (2011).
Nicholforest, Cumbria, St. Nicholas. Entirely rebuilt in 1866-7, it replaced an earlier chapel-of-ease (to Kirkandrews-on-Esk) of 1812, which replaced a yet earlier edifice. NY 4547 7795. Perhaps one of these earlier chapels is the one marked on O.S. maps as Chapel (site of) at NY 4557 7810. The Streetview van hasn't been near the site. Steve Bulman.
Nickie's Hill (near Walton), Cumbria, Methodist Chapel. NY 539 671. Philip Kapp.
Nidd, NYoks., St. Paul and St. Margaret. David Regan (2010). Link.
Nigg, Highland, Old Church (CoS). NH 804 717. Link. Chapelhill Church, originally Nigg United Presbyterian CHurch, built 1871-2. NH 824 736. Both John Mackie.
Ninebanks, Nthumb. Steve Bulman. NY 783 525.

No Man's Heath, Warwickshire, St. Mary the Virgin (1863) on Church Lane. Another view. Both David Regan (2017), who advises that the church is closed, and is to be converted into a community facility. Link. Grade II listed.
Noak Hill, Essex, St. Thomas. TQ 541 940. Peter Hobday.
Nocton, Lincolnshire, All Saints. TF 0606 6412. David Regan (2013). Link. Grade II* listed.
Noke, Oxfordshire, dedicated to St. Giles. SP 544 132. Steve Bulman.
Nokelane Head, Herefordshire,  Northwood Primitive Methodist Chapel. This stands on a country road at SO 3620 5945; the nearest settlement of any size is Staunton on Arrow, to the north-east. On a tithe map of 1842 the plot of land has a cottage and garden. The chapel appears to have been added as an extension, and what appears to be the original cottage can be seen on Streetview, here. But Paul suspects that from the architecture of the buildings that there may be a more complex history.
Paul Wood (2003).
Nolton, Pembrokeshire, St. Madoc. SM 865 182. Dave Westrap. Two interior views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2010). Nolton Haven U.R.C., originally Nolton Chapel (1858), and an interior view, taken through a window. SM 860 185. Both Mike Berrell (2010).
Nomansland (or No Man's Land), Devon, the Congregational Church. It has a date-stone, but is defaced or eroded into unreadability. SS 8398 1380. Chris Kippin (2022). Link. The 6" O.S. map of 1906 show another Congregational Chapel a bit further east, at SS 8426 1376. It seems to have survived as the extreme right hand (easterly) end of the terrace seen by Streetview in 2021.
Nonington, Kent, St. Mary. TR 253 534. Baptist Chapel. TR 259 531. Both Geoff Watt.
Norbury, Derbyshire, St. Mary and St. Barlok at Norbury Hollow. A C12 foundation, it is Grade I listed. Interior view. SK 125 423. Both Aidan McRae Thomson.
Norbury, Shropshire, All Saints. The porch, font, and fine roof. SO 3640 9283. All John Bowdler. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel, now in residential use. This source dates it to 1869, with closure in the 1990's. SO 3625 9265. Chris Kippin (2021).
Nordelph, Norfolk, the site of the demolished Holy Trinity (1865). Closed at some as yet undetermined date, it was knocked down in 2010, and housing was subsequently erected. Link1. Link2. (both have photos of the church). The former Victoria Chapel (1861), now in residential use. References can be found on-line to it having been Primitive Methodist and Wesleyan. Whether this is true or not remains to be determined. Both David Regan (2019).
Norham, Northumberland, St. Cuthbert. NT 8969 4741. Bill Henderson (2012). Another view, two of the interior - 1, 2, the pulpit and side chapel, a knight's monument, and the font and a pillar of Saxon fragments, all Steve Bulman (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Castle Street. Its My Primitive Methodists entry is hesitant about its dates, suggesting 1880's - 1940's. NT 9018 4742. Steve Bulman (2021). The former Presbyterian Chapel on South Lane. NT 9001 4729. Steve Bulman (2021). Another former Presbyterian Chapel stands south of the B6470, on the south edge of the village. It can be seen on a Streetview from 2009. This document dates it to 1753, and the South Lane building to the 19th century. NT 9007 4717.
Norland, West Yorkshire, St. Luke. It was built as a chapel of ease from Christ Church in Sowerby Bridge in 1865. Another view. SE 0663 2262. Link. The former Bethel Baptist Chapel has a date-stone for 1865. I
t was closed in 1958. SE 0670 2334. Mount Pleasant Wesleyan Chapel later became Norland United Free Methodist Church. It was closed in the early 1960's and was converted to residential use. SE 0705 2297. The former Mount Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel stands about a mile W.S.W. of the village, at New Longley, and is now in residential use. This source dates it to 1863-4, with closure in 1971. SE 0528 2200. All David Regan (2020).
Norley, Cheshire, St. John the Evangelist. SJ 561 728. Norley Methodist Church. SJ 567 724. Methodist Church. Bruce says that this church has the look of a private residence, but the following link for Norley Methodist Church has a photo of this building rather than the previous entry. SJ 573 722. Link. All Bruce Read.
Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire - see Stoke-on-Trent.
Normanby (Middlesbrough), North Yorkshire.
Normanby (near Pickering), North Yorkshire, St. Andrew, on Barugh Lane. SE 735 817. Bill Henderson. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2, all Kenneth Paver (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Normanby-by-Spital, Lincolnshire, St. Peter & St. Paul, now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. Dave Hitchborne. Two additional views - 1, 2, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all David Regan (2018). Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Free Church, was built in 1864 on the site of a preceding chapel of 1848 (link). The chapel was closed in 1990. David Regan (2018). Grade II listed.
Normanby le Wold, Lincolnshire, St. Peter. Another view, the interior, and the font. TF 1230 9474. All David Regan (2013). Two more of the interior - 1, 2, both Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands close to the church. It was subsequently used as a Sunday School, labelled as such on a map of 1906. I've been unable to discover anything else about this chapel. TF 1227 9474. David Regan (2013).
Normanton, Rutland, the former St. Matthew. Mark Turbott. Another view. Jim Parker. Link. Grade II listed - link.
Normanton, West Yorkshire.
Normanton le Heath, Leicestershire, the C13 Holy Trinity on Main Street. SK 377 127. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on School Lane has been much modified, and is now in residential use. It dates to before 1883. SK 379 130. Both Richard Roberts (2014).
Normanton-on-Cliffe, Lincolnshire, St. Nicholas, on Main Street. It's now looked after by the Churches Conservation Trust. Another view. SK 9489 4624. Both Jim Parker. A further view, Alan Blacklock (2010). Another view, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all David Regan (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Normanton on Soar, Nottinghamshire, St. James. Another view. Both David Regan (2012). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed - link.
Normanton on Trent, Nottinghamshire, St. Matthew. Another view. SK 7907 6901. Both David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1896, a re-build of an earlier chapel of 1822.
SK 7914 6853. David Regan (2020).
North Anston, South Yorkshire, the Methodist Church on Chapel Rise. It was evidently Primitive Methodist, dated here to 1912. SK 5180 8443. David Regan (2021). Link. Its predecessor is dated on the same webpage to 1878, though it doesn't identify its location. However, the 25" O.S. map of 1902 shows a P.M. Chapel on what is today Hillside. It, or a more recent building with the same footprint, survives, and was seen by Streetview in 2011. SK 5188 8452. The former Congregational Chapel stands on Main Street. It was built before 1930. SK 5202 8444. David Regan (2021).
North Aston, Oxfordshire, dedicated to St. Mary. An otherwise fine church is spoiled by the overwhelming presence of North Aston Hall. The gap between hall and church is barely wide enough to allow passage between the two. SP 480 289. Steve Bulman.
North Baddesley, Hampshire, St. John the Baptist on Flexford Road. The interior, and the pulpit. SU 4026 2087. Link1. Link2. The grade II* listing has numerous photos (note that the grid reference at the bottom of the entry is inaccurate). All Saints on Rownham Road and Church Close. SU 3938 1971. Link. St. Andrew (R.C.) on Fleming Avenue. It's dated on the church website to 1975. SU 3964 1959. Baptist Church on Nutburn Road. SU 3969 2003. Link. All Chris Kippin (2022). Old maps mark the site of a Mission Hall at SU 3970 2020. Latterly it was Victory Gospel Church, last seen as a church by Streetview in 2012. By 2016 it was a bungalow - does any fabric of the church survive?
North Ballachulish, Highland, St. Bride (Episcopal). Martin Briscoe. Founded by Lady Alice Ewing in 1875. Text in italics courtesy of Argyll Extracts.
North Barningham, Norfolk, the redundant St. Peter, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the font. The "rose window" design in the centre aisle floor is unique, and a mystery. There are several monuments to the Palgrave family - Lady Elizabeth is not to be trifled with! All Chris Stafford (2012). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed - link.
North Barrow, Somerset, St. Nicholas. Another view. ST 6079 2938. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II listed.
North Barsham, Norfolk, All Saints (O). Interior view. TF 9156 3496. Both Janice Tostevin. Another view, interior, pulpit, and the font, all Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
North Berwick, East Lothian.
North Bovey, Devon, St. John the Baptist. The interior, and richly carved pulpit. SX 7393 8383. All Chris Kippin (2022).
 Link. Grade I listed. For listed tombs and headstones, see here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 7405 8391. Heath Nickels (2017).
North Brentor, Devon, Christ Church. Interior view. SX 4823 8139. Both Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade II listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2009. This source says it dates from 1847 (though its grade II listing dates it to 1841), and was later known as Providence Methodist Church. SX 4805 8138. The building at the right of the chapel, with the tall chimney, is the former Sunday School, seen here from the other side ( Chris Kippin (2022)). It now sports a sign, The Chapel, so it may have succeeded the older chapel at some point.
North Burlingham, Norfolk, St. Andrew. George Weston. Link.
North Cadbury, Somerset, St. Michael the Archangel. ST 6354 2705. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. A number of churchyard monuments are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now a house (Chapel House). It's dated here to 1848. ST 6354 2758. Chris Kippin (2021).
North Carlton, Lincolnshire, St. Luke. Another view, two interior views - 1, 2, and the font. All David Regan (2012). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
North Cave, All Saints. SE 896 327. Tim Pickles. Interior view. Another interior view. Both James Murray. The porch was renovated in the late 2000's, another view, and a new door installed. All James Murray (2010). Another view, Mike Berrell (2015). Methodist Church on Westgate, originally Primitive Methodist (1870). Interior view. SE 892 323. Both James Murray. Another view, Mike Berrell (2015), who advises that this church is now closed. Former Wesleyan Methodist Centenary Chapel, now derelict. James Murray.
North Cerney, Gloucestershire, All Saints. Mark Turbott. Another view and an interior view, both Simon Edwards (2011). Grade I listed - link.
North Cheriton, Somerset, St. John the Baptist. ST 6873 2583. Link. Grade II* listed. A churchyard cross and several tombs are listed separately - they can be found here. The cemetery on Blackacre Hill has a Mortuary Chapel. ST 6932 2555. Grade II listed. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
North Cliffe, East Riding of Yorkshire, St. John. SE 873 369. Tim Pickles. Interior view. The organ. Both James Murray. James advises that the church was first built in the reign of Henry VII, and was dedicated to St. Leonard. Nothing remains of the original building apart from the font. James Murray.
North Clifton, Nottinghamshire, St. George the Martyr. The churchyard gate is unusual. The church lies midway between North Clifton and South Clifton, so the church could equally well have been listed under the latter. SK 8185 7126. Both David Regan (2011). Two extra views - 1, 2, both David Regan. Link. Grade II* listed. The village had a Chapel on the east side of Silver Street. Neither the 25" 1919 map, or the 6" of 1900 label it with a denomination, but it's likely to be the Wesleyan Methodist of 1869 mentioned on the Genuki entry. Other maps suggest that it was closed between 1955 and 1974. The building at the centre of this 2009 Streetview occupies the same site, with a similar footprint, but whether any of the fabric of the chapel survives is not known. SK 8241 7216.
North Cockerington, Lincolnshire, the redundant St. Mary, now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. It shares a churchyard with St. Adelwold, for which see Alvingham on the Lincolnshire page. TF 3676 9133. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and the font. All David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
North Collingham, Nottinghamshire - see Collingham (opens the Nottinghamshire page).
North Cornelly, Pyle, Bridgend - see Pyle.
North Cotes, Lincolnshire, St. Nicholas. David Regan (2013). Another view, and the graveyard, which has many graves of Canadian airmen, both David Regan (2015). Grade II* listed. Methodist Chapel. David Regan (2013).
North Country, Cornwall, Chapel Cottage, a former Free United Methodist Chapel. SW 6953 4372. Paul E. Barnett (2016). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Another view. SW 6936 4393. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017). A Chapel of Rest is a former Primitive Methodist Chapel, and it has a date-stone for 1899. SW 6900 4381. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link.
North Cowton, North Yorkshire, St. Luke. Bill Henderson.
North Crawley, Buckinghamshire, St. Firmin. Bill McKenzie.
North Creake, Norfolk, St. Mary. TF 854 377. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Two further views - 1, 2, the very worn sun-dial on the tower, interior views - 1, 2, side chapel, piscina and sedilia, altar and East Window, the Victorian Norman-style font, with spectacular font-cover (a close-up), roof with angels, and the war memorial, all Steve Bulman (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link. The remains of Creake Abbey. Two further views - 1, 2. TF 856 395. All Steve Bulman (2012). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1876) on West Street, now in residential use. TF 851 380. Richard Roberts (2015).
North Curry, Somerset, St. Peter and St. Paul on Church Road. Another view. ST 3194 2557. Both from old postcards in Reg Dosell's Collection. Another view, and two interior views (1, 2), all Mike Berrell (2013), and another two - 1, 2, both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade I listed. Ebenezer Independent Baptist Church (1825) at Windmill Hill. ST 3148 2485. Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II listed. The Methodist Church at Windmill Hill was built as Wesleyan in 1833. ST 3184 2511. Mike Berrell (2013). Link.
North Dalton, East Riding of Yorkshire, All Saints. The former Centenary Methodist Chapel, now a private residence. Both James Murray.
North Elmham, Norfolk, St. Mary on Holt Road. Interior view. TF 988 215. Both Richard Roberts (2016). An old postcard view, from Paul E. Barnett's Collection. Link. Grade I listed. The remains of Elmham Chapel at the junction of High Street, Church Lane and Holt Road. A Norman chapel, built on the site of an earlier timber church, which is believed to have been East Anglia's Saxon cathedral. The Norman chapel is ascribed to Bishop Herbert de Losinga on the information board at the site. Link. Grade I listed. Richard Roberts (2016).
North Elmsall, West Yorkshire, St. Margaret. Bill Henderson.
North End, Essex, Black Chapel, on Black Chapel Lane, a little way SW of the hamlet. Another view, and two of the interior - 1, 2. TL 6626 1794. All Karel Kuča (2007). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
North Featherstone, West Yorkshire, All Saints. Bill Henderson.
North Ferriby, East Riding of Yorkshire, All Saints. Interior view. Link. Methodist Church. All James Murray.
North Finchley, Greater London, St. Alban (R.C.). TQ 260 921. Michael Bourne.
North Frodingham, East Riding of Yorkshire, St. Elgin. Steve Watson.
North Grimston, North Yorkshire, St. Nicholas. Two further views - 1, 2. All David Regan (2010). Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the exceptional font, all David Regan (2016). Link1. Link2 (many more photos). Grade I listed.
North Hayling, Hampshire - see Hayling Island.
North Hill, Cornwall, St. Torney. Another view. SX 272 767. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
North Holmwood, Surrey, St. John the Evangelist. From an old postcard (franked 1907), in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link.
North Huish, Devon, St. Mary, which is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. Another view, and the interior. SX 711 565. All
Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
North Hykeham, Lincolnshire, All Saints. David Regan (2013). Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
North Kelsey, Lincolnshire, All Hallows, labelled on some older maps as St. Nicholas. TA 0444 0154. Dave Hitchborne. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all David Regan (2017). Link (pdf). Grade II listed. Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan, 1897) on Chapel Lane, and the interior. TA 0424 0165. Both David Regan (2017). Link. The cemetery on Cemetery Lane has a Mortuary Chapel, at TA 0459 0200, seen here in a Streetview from 2009. Old maps show another Chapel on High Street, at TA 0441 0181. Its Genuki entry identifies it as a Primitive Methodist Chapel, and dates it to 1838-1962. However, a map of 1887 has a label for a Wesleyan Chapel in the area. It's possible that it changed hands after the current Methodist Church was built in 1897. A 2011 Streetview shows the site.
North Kessock, Highland, Knockbain Free Church, which was built in 1994 to replace the earlier church as Bogallan (q.v.). NH 641 482. John Mackie. Link.
North Killingholme, Lincolnshire, St. Denys. Another view. Both David Regan (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link.
North Kilworth, Leicestershire, St. Andrew.  George Weston. Interior view. Aidan McRae Thomson.
North Kyme, Lincolnshire, St. Luke (1877, C). Dave Hitchborne. Another view, Chris Stafford (2012). Link.
North Leigh, Oxfordshire.
North Leverton, Nottinghamshire, St. Martin. Another view. SK 7870 8226. Both David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on Sturton Road was built as Wesleyan.
David Regan (2020). Link.
North Luffenham, Rutland, St. John the Baptist (O). Interior view. SK 9344 0326. Both Janice Tostevin. Another view, two more interior views - 1, 2, an unusually decorative double sedilia, a memorial, two label stop figures - 1, 2, and the font. Some fragments of wall-painting survive. All David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
North Marston, Buckinghamshire, [The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Church Street
. David advises that the restoration of this church was paid for by Queen Victoria. Another view, two of the interior - 1, 2, chancel, piscina and triple sedilia, and the font, with cover. SP 777 227. All David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
North Molton, Devon, All Saints. The gate. SS 736 299. Both Martin Richter (2011). Link which shows an old illustration - note the changes to the tower. Grade I listing, which mentions that the top of the tower was altered in the first half of the last century. Methodist Church on East Street. Built as a replacement for an earlier chapel of 1836 on the same site, it was opened in 1891. Two additional views - 1, 2. SS 7377 2982. All Martin Richter (2018). Link. Grade II listed.
North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, St. Wilfrid. Another view, the rood screen, altar, and font. SK 7982 5859. All David Regan (2010). Another view, Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church was built as Wesleyan, opening in 1905. Two additional views - 1, 2. SK 7975 5840. It was preceded by an earlier Wesleyan Chapel, which survives as the house on Chapel Lane with the hipped roof, visible here. SK 7956 5910. All Howard Richter (2017). Link.
North Mymms, Hertfordshire, St. Mary. Eddie Murray. Link.
North Newbald, ERYorks, St. Nicholas - a fine Norman church. Shona Murdoch. Three further views - 1, 2, 3 - all James Murray. The church has two excellent Norman doors - 1, 2 - both James Murray. Some interior views - 1, 2, 3, side altar, and a window showing St. Nicholas - all James Murray. Former Baptist Church (1867), now a private house. James Murray.
North Newton, Somerset, St. Peter on Church Road. Two interior views - 1, 2. Prior to 1880 this was a chapel, but promoted to be a parish church in that year, which is why the list of vicars commences then. ST 301 311. Link. Grade II* listed. A former chapel on Church Road, now in residential use. There is a date-stone which says "Free Church 1865". ST 300 311. All Mike Berrell (2015).
North Nibley, Gloucestershire, St. Martin. Both Graeme Harvey (2012). Grade II* listed - link.
North Ockenon, Essex, St. Mary Magdalene. TQ 587 848. Peter Hobday.
North Ormesby, North Yorkshire, Holy Trinity. NZ 509 199. Ken Roddam.
North Otterington, North Yorkshire, St. Michael & All Angels. SE 363 898. Steve Bulman. Another view. Alan Blacklock. Interior view, Kenneth Paver. Grade II listed - link.
North Owersby, Lincolnshire, St. Martin. TF 061 947. Link. Grade II* listed - link. Former chapel on Thornton Road - it looks Methodist. Mike Berrell has advised that this was indeed Wesleyan Methodist, with dates of 1908-1969. TF 060 948. Both David Regan (2012).
North Petherton, Somerset, St. Mary. ST 2902 3302. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the pulpit. A small sign on the pulpit says that tradition has it that it dates from 1415 - before the present church was built. It also says that in 1609, a "fanatical minister" was jailed for attempting to preach in the church naked! The list of vicars commences in 1309. All Mike Berrell (2015). Three more views - 1, 2, 3, all Christopher Skottowe (1965). Link. Grade I listed. The former Congregational Church (1833) on Fore Street. ST 2925 3316. Mike Berrell (2015). The cemetery on Old Road has a Mortuary Chapel, seen by Streetview in 2017. Older O.S. maps mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Tappers Lane, at ST 2878 3289. It, or its replacement on the same site, was seen by Streetview in 2011. This source dates it to 1832-1961.
North Petherwin, Cornwall,
St. Paternus (interior view). SX 282 895. From an old postcard in Andrew Ross's Collection. Link.
North Piddle, Worcestershire, St. Michael and All Angels. Peter Morgan (2012).
North Rauceby, Lincolnshire, St. Peter. TF 0211 4645. Phil Jobson. Another view, David Regan (2017). An ogee headed door, two of the interior - 1, 2, the pulpit, and the font, all Chris Stafford (2015). Link. Grade I listed. A Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan) once stood on Main Street at TF 0215 4665. Its Genuki entry dates it to 1881-1967. The housing built on its site can be seen in a Streetview from 2009.
North Reddish, Greater Manchester, - see Reddish.
North Reston, Lincolnshire, St. Edith on Church Lane. Interior view, and the font. All David Regan (2015). Grade II* listed.
North Rigton, North Yorkshire, St. John the Evangelist (1911). SE 280 491. Bill Henderson. Another view, Richard Roberts (2017). Link. The former Methodist Church (1932), now in use as a business centre. It was successor to a Wesleyan Chapel of 1811 on the same site. SE 280 492. Richard Roberts (2017). A video shows the foundation stone laying ceremony in 1932.
North Rode, Cheshire, St. Michael. SJ 889 665. Len Brankin.
North Roe, Mainland, Shetland, Church of Scotland. Another view, and an interior view. Methodist Church. Link. All Tim Flitcroft (2012).
North Runcton, Norfolk, All Saints. Interior view. Both Chris Stafford (2014). Grade I listed.
North Scarle, Lincolnshire, All Saints. Two further views - 1, 2. SK 8481 6673. All David Regan (2012). Grade I listed. The former Methodist Church on High Street was built as Wesleyan, and, according to this source (click on the photo), was opened in 1900. The congregation now meet in All Saints. SK 849 669.
David Regan (2020). Link.
North Shields, Tyne & Wear.
North Shoebury, Essex, St. Mary the Virgin. TQ 9286. Julieanne Savage. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
North Somercotes, Lincolnshire, St. Mary at Church End, which shows on old maps as St. Peter. TF 4223 9576. Another view, two of the interior views - 1, 2, the chancel and the font. All David Regan (2015 and 2021). Link. Grade I listed. A cross in the churchyard is listed separately as grade II. Trinity Methodist Church on Keeling Street. Its Genuki entry has it as Wesleyan, of 1800, but this must surely relate to the congregation rather than the present building. TF 4226 9645. Link, which says that the "congregations will be relocating to the chapel in the cemetery". Can you advise of the proposed fate of the church building? David Regan (2015). The cemetery on Cemetery Road has two chapels, Anglican and Nonconformist. They are identical, and date from 1879. Anglican (link) and Nonconformist (link).
Both are listed as grade II, and the listings can be found here. TF 4182 9705. Both David Regan (2021). A Mission Church is first shown on a map of 1906 (as Mission Room) at TF 4197 9651. It now serves as the church hall for St. Mary's. Note the ghosts of lancet windows at right. David Regan (2021). A former Primitive Methodist Chapel, which stands on Churchill Road at TF 4227 9662, is now in residential use. It has a date-stone for 1866. Its My Primitive Methodists entry calls it Reform Street P.M. Chapel, and concludes that Reform Street was re-named as Churchill Road at some point. However, immediately prior to being re-named (and for decades before that) it had been Sand Hole. It also says the congregation had previously met in a private house, so far un-located. David Regan (2021). A former United Methodist Free Chapel stands on Churchill Road at TF 4226 9650. It's dated here to 1855, re-built 1872 and closed in 1925. David Regan (2021).
North Stainley, North Yorkshire, St. Mary the Virgin. Interior view. Both Alan Blacklock. Former Chapel, now a private residence - Janet Gimber advise that this was Wesleyan Methodist. James Murray.
North Stainmore, Cumbria - see Stainmore.
North Stifford, Essex, St. Mary. Mark Summers. Link.
North Stoneham, Hampshire, St. Nicholas. SU 440 173. Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed.
North Sunderland, Northumberland, St. Paul (shared Anglican and U.R.C.). Interior view. Both Peter Morgan (2009). An old postcard shows what are assumed to be anti-grave-robber deterrents. From Peter Langmaid's Collection. Link. The former U.R.C. on Main Street was built as Presbyterian in about 1810, and was converted in 2008, and is now a B&B let. NU 209 314. Richard Roberts (2017).
North Tamerton, Cornwall, St. Denys (or St. Denis). Interior and exterior photos are available here. SX 3119 9733. Link. Grade I listed.
North Tawton, Devon, St. Peter. Another view. SS 6645 0173. Link. Grade I listed. A cross in the churchyard is separately listed as grade II. The former Congregational Church off North Street. Google maps still has a pin here for Lakeway United Church, but Chris's photo clearly shows the building as being for sale. This source says it was closed in July of 2021. SS 6634 0181. The former Methodist Church on Barton Street. A 1905 map labels it as Bible Christian. SS 6640 0157. North Street Chapel. This source says it was previously a Gospel Hall. SS 6645 0197. All Chris Kippin (2021).
North Thoresby, Lincolnshire, St. Helen. TF 2900 9876. Dave Hitchborne. Another view, the interior, the plain tub font, and a carved stone, which the listing describes as a "fragment of C10 grave marker", all David Regan (2015 and 2021). Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church on Ludborough Road and Station Road. TF 2918 9838. David Regan (2015). Old maps show another chapel (unidentified) off High Street at TF 2909 9844. Genuki names it as Primitive Methodist. This source dates it to 1916 (successor to an un-located earlier chapel of 1835), with its demise in 1943 when a plane crashed into it. It stood behind the white-painted house seen in a Streetview of 2009.
North Walsham, Norfolk, St. Nicholas (O) - a large and splendid church, and memorable for the decayed ruin of its tower. The porch. Two interior views - 1, 2. The font cover is spectacular, and near it sit two gargoyles which fell from the tower - here's one. The fine organ. William Paston rests under the monument he designed for himself. Numerous painted panels remain from the rood screen. TG 283 302. Link. Grade I listed. Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart on Headley Drive. TG 281 300. Grade II listed. Methodist Church on Grammar School Road. TG 283 300. Link. All Steve Bulman (2012). North Walsham Old Cemetery on Bacton Road at TG 285 305 has two former mortuary chapels, built to the same design in 1856. The Church of England Chapel, and the Non-Conformist Chapel. Both Richard Roberts (2018).
North Waltham, Hampshire, St. Michael. SU 560 464. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, and the interior, both Chris Kippin (2018). Link. Grade II listed.
North Warnborough, Hampshire, Methodist Church. Ian Miller.
North Wheatley, Nottinghamshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. SK 7620 8587. David Regan (2010). Link. Grade II* listed. The Methodist Church on Low Street was built as Wesleyan in 1891 (date-stone). Another view. SK 7601 8572. All
David Regan (2020). Link. The 1899 25" O.S. map shows a Primitive Methodist Chapel further west along Low Street. SK 7583 8580. It stood on the right hand lawn as seen here in a 2009 Streetview. The Genuki entry for the village says it was in existence by 1881.
North Willingham, Lincolnshire, St. Thomas the Apostle. Another view. TF 1634 8829. David Regan (2010 and 2022). Another view, Bill Henderson (2013). Link. Grade II listed.
North Wingfield, Derbyshire, St. Lawrence. Another view, and a tomb built into the church wall. SK 4046 6446. All David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed. A Mission Room can be seen on old maps from the 1917 to the 1938/9 editions, on the north side of Williamthorpe Road at circa SK 4168 6540. It stood on the triangular piece of grassland seen in this 2019 Streetview. This source mentions a Highfields Mission (or St. Martin's Mission) which is possibly this one, but unfortunately doesn't give its location. Not far away on the opposite side of the road once stood a Christadelphian Hall, at SK 4179 6536, and it's given dates of 1927-circa 2001 in the source mentioned earlier. The two bungalows which stand on the site can be seen here, on the very first Streetview (2008). A former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands on Hepthorne Lane (now, apparently, Station Road). Again, it's dated in the same source to 1914-2004, and later converted into housing.
SK 4035 6495. David Regan (2021). The former North Wingfield Christian Fellowship (previously Assembly of God Pentecostal Church) on Chesterfield Road. Dates are 1924-1996. SK 4097 6602. David Regan (2021). The site of Mount Tabor Methodist Chapel on New Street, dated here to 1870. SK 4046 6486. The patch of grass where it stood can be seen on a 2011 Streetview. Link.
North Witham, Lincolnshire, St. Mary (K). Another view. Both David Regan (2018). Grade I listed.
North Woodchester, Gloucestershire, St. Mary. Graeme Harvey (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
North Wootton, Norfolk, All Saints on Manor Road. Originally medieval, it was demolished and re-built in 1852. TF 6399 2432. Richard Roberts (2015). Two more views - 1, 2, two of the interior - 1, 2, and the font, all Chris Stafford (2014). Link1. Link2. Grade II listed.
North Wootton, Somerset, St. Peter, on High Street. ST 5639 4181. Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II* listed. A monument in the churchyard is also listed as grade II. A former Baptist Chapel survives on Stocks Lane at ST 5632 4169, and is clearly now in residential use. This source says it was originally Bible Christian (as Providence Chapel, of 1832) and dates its adoption by the Baptists "by 1848". Chris Kippin (2021). Another view, from Streetview in 2011.
North Wraxall, Wiltshire, St. James. ST 8180 7506. A fine Norman doorway, two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel, pulpit and tester, and the font. All Chris Stafford (2014). Link. Grade I listed. Numerous monuments in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Memorial Congregational Chapel stands at ST 8116 7473, south-west of the village. It was seen by Streetview in 2009.
Northallerton, North Yorkshire.
Northam, Devon, St. Margaret. SS 448 290. Link. Former chapel. SS 449 291. Janet Gimber advises that this was Congregational. Both Graeme Harvey (2011).
Northam, Southampton, Hampshire - see Southampton
Northampton, Northamptonshire.
Northaw, Hertfo
rdshire, dedicated to St. John the Evangelist. Bill McKenzie. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Northborough, Cambridgeshire, St. Andrew on Church Street. TF 1527 0795. Mike Berrell (2015). The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1869) on Church Street, now in residential use. TF 154 078. Richard Roberts (2016).
Northbourne, Kent, St. Augustine. Anne Nichols.
Northchurch, Hertfordshire, St. Mary. SP 974 088. Baptist Church. SP 975 086. Link. Both Les Needham.
Northend, Warwickshire, All Saints. An interior view, the font, the small organ (or is this classed as a harmonium?), altar, and bell-turret. All John Bowdler. Methodist Church - originally Wesleyan, 1831. The attached Sunday School is dated 1900. Both John Bowdler (2009).
Northenden, Manchester, Greater Manchester - see Manchester.
Northern Moor, Wythenshawe, Manchester, Greater Manchester - see Wythenshawe.
Northern New Town, City of Edinburgh - see City of Edinburgh.
Northfleet, Kent.
Northiam, East Sussex, St. Mary. Another view. TQ 830 245. Link. Northiam Unitarian Chapel, identified by Janet Gimber. TQ 823 250. All Steve Bulman (2009).
Northill, Bedfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. TL 1489 4654. Bill McKenzie. Interior view, from an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Another view, two of the interior - 1, 2, the altar and the font, all David Regan (2019). Link1. Link2. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Church on Sand Lane, as seen by Streetview in 2009. It was originally Wesleyan (successor to an earlier, un-located chapel), and dated here to 1902-3, closing in 1965. It now serves as the parish hall. TL 1500 4643.
Northington, Hampshire, St. John the Evangelist. The tower and the interior. SU 564 373. All Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed.
Northlands, Lincolnshire, the former Methodist Chapel, built as Primitive Methodist. This source dates it to 1837-2006. TF 3473 5335.
David Regan (2020).
Northleach, Gloucestershire, St. Peter and St. Paul. SP 111 146. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Another old postcard shows the south porch, from Christopher Skottowe's Collection. A modern view, Simon Atkin. Another old postcard view, this one from Reg Dosell's Collection. The porch, interior view, font, and squint, all Steve Bulman (2011). Two additional views - 1, 2, two more interiors - 1, 2, the pulpit, another of the font, and the altar, all Dennis Harper (2015). Link. Grade I listed. Former Congregational Church. Circa SP 113 145. Steve Bulman (2011).
Northleigh, Devon, St. Giles. SY 195 958. Julie Baker.
Northlew, Devon,
St. Thomas Becket, or St. Thomas of Canterbury. SX 5050 9917. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, and the clock, all Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on Crowden Road was previously Hebron Bible Christian Chapel, as the date-stone for 1858 shows (it also mentions an earlier chapel on the same site of 1815). Another view. This source has interior views. SX 5038 9916. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Further west along Crowden Road is a former Bible Christian Chapel, so labelled on a map of 1906, though it's date-stone for 1890 declares itself to be a Bible Christian Schoolroom. SX 5028 9924. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Another former Chapel survives on Station Road. A map from the mid-1880's has a label for a Wesleyan Chapel, probably this building. It's now a Post Office (at least it was in 2011 when it was seen by Streetview). SX 5037 9910.
Northmoor
, Oldham, Greater Manchester - see Oldham.
Northolt, Greater London - see Greater London.
Northop,
Flintshire - see Llaneurgain.
Northorpe, Lincolnshire, St. John the Baptist. SK 8947 9715. James Murray. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, the font, and the war memorial, all David Regan (2016 and 2021). Grade I listed. Primitive Methodist Church (1849). This source dates it to 1899, successor to an earlier chapel of 1849. Old maps show that it was on the same site (or closely adjacent). SK 8956 9714. James Murray. Another view,
David Regan (2021).
Northover, Somerset, St. Andrew (K), now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. ST 5235 2314.
Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Northowram, West Yorkshire, St. Matthew. Ebenezer Methodist Church on The Green. Link. Heywood U.R.C., named for Oliver Heywood. All Gerard Charmley (2014).
Northrepps, Norfolk, St. Mary the Virgin. TG 245 391. Richard Roberts. Link. Grade I listed.
Northville, Gloucestershire - see Filton, on the Gloucestershire page.
Northwall, Orkney (on Sanday), the disused church at HY 739 440. Martin Briscoe. In this more recent view the building has obviously undergone some repairs. Can you advise its current usage? Peter Amsden (2010).
Northwich, Cheshire, St. Helen Witton. SJ 664 738. Link. St. Wilfrid (R.C.). SJ 663 740. Disused church. SJ 683746. Methodist Church. SJ 663 741. Link. Cemetery Chapel. SJ 664 737. All Bruce Read.
Northwick, Gloucestershire, St. Thomas. Only the tower survived demolition. Phil Draper.
Northwold, Norfolk, St. Andrew. Another view. Two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel, and the two fonts - 1, 2. The Easter Sepulchre is a rare and important survival. TL 7558 9700. All David Regan (2019). Link. Grade I listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on West End and Methwold Road. The My Primitive Methodists entry gives an opening date of 1871, with closure in the 1970's. David Regan (2019). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1843) on High Street. Note that there is a 2006 photo on the Geograph website here, showing this building in a more dilapidated state, and wrongly labelled as Primitive Methodist. TL 7531 9714. David Regan (2019).
Northwood, Greater London.
Northwood, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire - see Stoke-on-Trent.
Norton, Co. Durham, St. Mary. NZ 4427 2212. Percival Turnbull. Another view, Colin Coates. Link, and its history page. The grade I listing advises that much fabric of the 11th century remains.
Norton, Hertfordshire
- see Letchworth.
Norton, Kent, St. Mary. TQ 968 611. Geoff Watt.
Norton, Northamptonshire, All Saints. Aidan McRae Thomson. Two additional views - 1, 2, both David Regan (2017). Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Chapel on Daventry Road. As Howard comments, it's hard to believe the OS map of 1968-71 vintage which shows this as "Meth Ch.", presumably implying that it was active at that time. As of 2014, there was a planning application for conversion to a residence. Two further views - 1, 2. SP 6014 6375. All Howard Richter (2014).
Norton, Powys, St. Andrew. SO 3045 6725. Paul Wood (2015). Coflein entry.
Norton, Suffolk, St. Andrew. The porch, the interior, and a misericord. TL 9623 6632. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed. A monument in the churchyard is listed as grade II. The Baptist Church on Woolpit Road. It has a date-stone for 1834. TL 9572 6564. Link. Grade II listed. All Chris Kippin (2021). Immediately south of the Baptist Church is a Salvation Army Church, seen here by Streetview in 2021. Link. TL 9570 6562.
Norton, Worcestershire, St. Egwin. Jane Marriott.
Norton, Worcestershire, St. James the Great. Methodist Church. Both Peter Morgan.
Norton Bavant, Wiltshire, All Saints. The tower (2 views) - 1, 2. Interior view. ST 9072 4330. All Gene Hawkins. Another view, Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II listed.
Norton Bridge, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Methodist Church. Gerard Charmley (2010).
Norton Canes, Staffordshire, St. James the Great. Bruce Read. Two further views - 1, 2, both Dennis Harper (2006). Grade C listed - link. Trinity Methodist Church. Bruce Read.
Norton Canon, Herefordshire, St. Nicholas. Another view, and the interior. SO 381 477. All Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed.
Norton Disney, Lincolnshire, St. Peter. Another view, interior view, altar, the font, and two views of tombs - 1, 2. All David Regan (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Norton Down, Somerset, Methodist Church, on Wells Road (the junction of the A367 Fosse Way and the B3139). Not a typical-looking Methodist Church, but it was apparently built as a Methodist Church. Janet Gimber (2016).
Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset, All Saints. ST 19675 25965. Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II* listed. U.R.C. on  the B3227. ST 19377 25885. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Grade II listed.
Norton Green, Staffordshire, Zion Methodist Church, originally Primitive Methodist. The original chapel stands further from the camera. Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Norton Hill, Somerset, the Methodist Church. ST 665 523.
Chris Kippin (2019).
Norton in the Moors, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire - see Stoke-on-Trent.
Norton Juxta-Twycross, Leicestershire, Holy Trinity. Another view. Both David Regan (2016). Grade II* listed.
Norton le Clay, North Yorkshire, the former St. John the Evangelist, now in residential use. Methodist Church. Both David Regan (2015).
Norton Le Moors, Staffordshire.
Norton on Derwent, North Yorkshire, St. Peter. Colin Waters Collection (2011). Interior view, and the Norman font, both Kenneth Paver. Another view, David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II listed - link. Trinity Methodist Church. Colin Waters Collection (2011). Bethel Methodist Chapel. Colin Waters Collection (2011).
Norton St. Philip, Somerset, dedicated to St. Philip and St. James. ST 7723 5572. Dave Westrap. Another view, Chris Kippin (2022). Link1. Grade II* listed. For other listed features associated with the church, see here. Gospel Chapel, a former Baptist Chapel, stands on High Street. It's date-stone is for 1814. Chris Kippin (2022). Grade II listed. Church of Our Lady (R.C.) on Bell Hill. It post-dates a map of 1904. ST 7735 5590. Chris Kippin (2022). Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which has a date-stone for 1836. The National Archives references
documents pertaining to this chapel relating to the years 1836-1923. ST 7731 5592. Both Chris Kippin (2022).
Norton-Sub-Hamdon, Somerset, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of incumbents begins in 1241. The painted north door with heraldic devices is an attractive feature. ST 4705 1599. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Norwell, Nottinghamshire, St. Laurence. The tower, interior view, and the font. SK 7756 6176. All David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It has a date-stone for 1843.
SK 7727 6182. David Regan (2020).
Norwich, Norfolk.
Norwood Green, West Yorkshire, St. George. Bill Henderson.
Noss Mayo, Devon,
St. Peter (aka Revelstoke church, after Lord Revelstoke, who built the present church). SX 5500 4775. Dave Westrap. Two further views - 1, 2. In the latter photo can also be seen the church at Newton Ferrers. See also Stoke Beach (below). Both James Murray (2010). Link1. Link2. Link3. The former Methodist Church on Creekside Road was originally Wesleyan. The National Archive references records from 1872 to 2004. SX 5484 4758. Heath Nickels.
Nostie, Highland, St. Donnan (Episcopal). Martin Briscoe.
Notgrove, Gloucestershire, St. Bartholomew. SP 109 119. Peter Wood. Link.
Nottage, Bridgend, Dewi Sant (CiW). Link. General Baptist Chapel (now Unitarian, originally founded 1789 by Arminian Baptists). Both Gerard Charmley (2010).
Notting Hill, Greater London, St. John the Evangelist. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link. Project Gutenberg has "The Church Index:  Part 1", by the Rev. William Pepperell, 1872 edition. It includes many drawings of the churches of Kensington, South Kensington, Brompton and Notting Hill. St. Peter, on Kensington Park Road. One of Judy Flynn's postcards, previously in the Unknown section, the caption reading St. Peters Church W. Identified by Simon Davies and Michael Day. Link. Grade II* listed.
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.

Nun Monkton, North Yorkshire, St. Mary. Bill Henderson. A Norman doorway, and two interior views - 1, 2 - all James Murray. Former Chapel, now a private residence. James Murray.
Nunburnholme, ER Yorks., St. James. James Murray. Two further views - 1, 2, both Tracey Kitching. Link.
Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
Nunhead, Greater London.
Nunkeeling, East Riding of Yorkshire, the sad ruins of St. Mary Magdalene and St. Helena. Another view. Originally part of a Priory, it was re-built soon after 1800 (Link) but had become ruinous by 1940. James Murray.
Nunney, Somerset, All Saints. The 25" O.S. map of 1887 labels it as St. Peter. Another view. ST 7376 4570. Both Kevin Gordon. Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Church stands close to the castle, and appears to be in residential use. ST 7365 4568. Kevin Gordon. Another view, Chris Kippin (2021). The village also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel, off Horn Street at ST 7355 4562. It's dated here to "before 1800". What used to be the access to it can be seen here, on a Streetview of 2009, and the chapel, which was long and thin and parallel to the road, will have stood behind the garden sheds. Both Methodist chapels are labelled on a map of 1960-1, the P.M. as Meth. Ch., and the Wesleyan as Ch., but on the next map (of 1972-5), the P.M. had been demolished.
Nunnington, North Yorkshire, All Saints and St. James. SE 666 790. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Bill Henderson. Two additional views - 1, 2, two of the interior - 1, 2, the chancel, and the tomb of Sir Walter de Teyes, all Peter Morgan (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Nunthorpe, North Yorkshire, St. Mary the Virgin. NZ 540 140. Bill Henderson (2012). Link. Grade II listed.
Nunton, Wiltshire, St. Andrew. SU 159 260. Les Needham. Link. Grade II* listed.
Nursling, Hampshire, St. Boniface. SU 3593 1647. Chris Kippin (2022). Link. Grade II* listed. For listed features in the churchyard, see here. Hereabouts stood a Benedictine Monastery, which is mentioned in the village Wikipedia entry. Although it says its location is lost, the 25" O.S. map of 1897 has The Walls (Supposed site of Monastery) a little way south of the village. The 1" map of 1951 has a symbol for it at SU 3594 1574, close to the road, and right on the field boundary seen here in a Streetview from 2009. Link.
Nuthall, Nottinghamshire, St. Patrick on Kimberley Road. SK 5147 4447. Tim Hollinghurst. Another view,
David Regan (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. The Methodist Church stands on Nottingham Road at SK 5186 4431. David Regan (2020). Link.

Nymet Rowland, Devon, St. Bartholomew. Two interior views - 1, 2, (note the propped up arch), and the font, SS 7111 0821. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Nymet Tracey (near Bow), Devon, St. Bartholomew. Another view and the interior. SS 7275 0066. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Nympsfield, Gloucestershire, St. Joseph (R.C., 1923). Another view. Both Graeme Harvey (2013). Link.
Nynehead, Somerset, All Saints. ST 1379 2271. Mike Berrell (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed.

 

 
 

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