The Roughwood British Churches Album

This album is slowly being migrated to the Roughwood Places of Worship Album (POWpics). As each church is moved, the thumbnails will not load the page into this frame, instead shift click on the thumbnail and the new site will open in a new browser window.

To use this album, simply choose the county you wish to view from the menu in the bottom left hand window - you can use the scroll bars to navigate - this will load the thumbnails for that county into the frame immediately above.  For places with a lot of churches the entry in the upper frame may be in capital letters, and you will need to click on the name to bring up the thumb-nails for that place.  This is to speed up the operation of the menus.  Then click on one of the thumb nail pictures (but see the migration note above), again the scroll bars enable you to access more.

If you have an image of a demolished or converted church and would allow me to publish it here, I would love to hear from you (from whatever county!).  I am also the co-ordinator and web master for the Sussex On-line Parish Clerks scheme, where you will find thousands of scans of old postcards of Sussex, many depicting churches and chapels.

Album statistics
Brighton & Hove Churches arranged by denomination
Church Architecture Glossary
Churches with Round Towers
 Dictionary of Patron Saints
East Sussex Churches arranged by dedication

Links to other sites specific to British Churches
Sussex Church Bibliography
Thatched Churches
Tin Chapels & Churches

Links to other church related websites

Contact me if you have any suggestions, comments or corrections (however small).
I really do appreciate hearing from visitors to these pages, and do endeavour to reply to all emails.

I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I have enjoyed taking them - however please obtain my permission before republishing them as I reserve the copyright on all my photographs.

The information about the churches has been gleaned from many sources, including the guidebooks found in many of the churches and the internet.  Please let me know if any of the information is factually incorrect, or if you have any other information about the churches shown.

I would also like to acknowledge my personal thanks to those people all over our country who care for our historic churches and keep them safe for future generations.  They, like the buildings they look after, are real treasures!

Mark Collins, Trallong, Powys, Wales
July 2023

*Humorous couplet seen in the porch of St Clement's Church, New Romney, Kent - author unknown.

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