Last Updated 29th March 2018



I offer the links below as sites which I have enjoyed visiting or have bookmarked.

These links are only valid at the time of publication. Please report any links which fail as I do not personally followed these hyperlinks on a regular basis!

Architecture - General

Church Architecture/ History/ Photosites

UK County Sites

Of varied content and completeness, sometimes one picture per church, sometimes a full history and multiple pictures. The GENUKI Yorkshire sites of Colin Hinson are particularly interesting and include medieval churches, small Victorian ones in rural areas, and a whole host of chapels and Catholic churches throughout Yorkshire. Simon's Suffolk Churches is a personal review of visits to each church, now he has extended his coverage to Norfolk too.

Not every county is included as some have no useful all-inclusive site. Over the years there have also been some major losses of great sites. However Steve Bulman's site (The Churches of Britain and Ireland) goes from strength to strength with a vast collection of photographs, organised by county / unitary authority.

Anglesey   Bedfordshire   Berkshire   Birmingham
Bristol   Buckinghamshire   Cambridgeshire   Cheshire
Clwyd   Cornwall   Cumbria   Derbyshire
Devon   Dorset   Dumfries & Galloway   Dyfed > click old county
Essex   Essex (Site 2)   Gloucestershire   Hampshire
Herefordshire   Hertfordshire   Isle of Man   Kent
Lancashire   Leicestershire   Lincolnshire   London (Greater)
London (City of)   London (South)   Norfolk   Northamptonshire
Northumbria   Nottinghamshire   Nottinghamshire (Site 2)   Oxfordshire (Site 1)
Oxfordshire (Site 2)   Rutland   Shropshire Chapels   Suffolk
Somerset   Sussex   Warwickshire   Wiltshire
Wiltshire (North)   Worcestershire   Yorkshire East Riding   Yorkshire North Riding
Yorkshire West Riding   Yorkshire - Ainsty(York)        
Other Church Interest Sites
There are also some other links to sites of interest from ChurchCrawler's "Astonishing Cathedrals" Series.


Bristol Interests





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