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Settlement - Roman Catholic
 
Bardney, St Francis RC Church
Bardney, St Francis RC Church
Bardney, St Francis RC Church

In 1945, an agricultural hut in Bardney was converted for temporary use as a church.

This building was never replaced, and is still the villageís Roman Catholic Church.

At one time, St Francisís served many Irish seasonal workers employed at the nearby sugar beet factory.

April 2011

Bardney, St Francis Roman Catholic Church
Cleethorpes, Corpus Christi Catholic Church
Cleethorpes, Corpus Christi Catholic Church
Cleethorpes, Corpus Christi Catholic Church

Corpus Christi church was built in 1995 to replace the original 1930s church which had to be demolished owing to the poor foundation on which it had been built.

June 2017

Cleethorpes, Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church
Grimsby, St Mary at Sea, Roman Catholic Church
Grimsby, St Mary at Sea, Roman Catholic Church
Grimsby, St Mary at Sea, Roman Catholic Church

This is the Roman Catholic Parish Church of Grimsby; it is situated on the corner of Heneage Road and Wellington Street.

The church was designed by Matthew Hadfield and opened in 1883

June 2017

Grimsby, St Mary at Sea R C church, Matthew Hadfield
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel

The Roman Catholic Chapel of St Francis de Sales at Hainton was built of yellow brick in 1836 to a design by E. J. Willson for Frances, wife of George Fieschi Heneage.

Willson's tomb is in the graveyard at the parish church of St Mary nearby.

Mark Acton, 2015

Hainton, Roman Catholic chapel. St FRancis de Sales, George Fieschi Heneage, E J Willson
Lincoln, Our Lady of Lincoln R C Church
Lincoln, Our Lady of Lincoln R C Church
Lincoln, Our Lady of Lincoln R C Church

This Catholic church was built in the Ermine Estate on Caborne Avenue in 1963-64 by Reynolds and Scott*.

October 2010

* F M Reynolds and William Scott were ecclesiastical architects based in Manchester in the immediate post war years. They also designed St Peter and St Paul RC Church in Boultham, Lincoln

Chapels, Ermine Our Lady Catholic Church, Reynolds and Scott
Luddington, Roman Catholic Chapel
Luddington, Roman Catholic Chapel
Luddington, Roman Catholic Chapel

The church was built in 1877 to serve the population of poor and mainly Irish agricultural workers who arrived in the Isle of Axholme in the wake of the potato famine in the 1840s.

It was dedicated to St Joseph and St Dymphna by the Norbertines, who had established themselves at nearby Crowle in 1872.

Luddington, Roman Catholic, St Joseph, St Dymphna, Irish