The Birmingham Pugin Trail
Launched on 1st March 2012 to celebrate the bicentenary of Pugin’s birth, and to highlight the significance of his contributions in Birmingham.
Cheadle Discovery and Visitor Centre
Permanent collection of items related to Augustus WN Pugin, who built the town’s St. Giles Catholic Church and made extensive alterations to Alton Towers.
Friends of St. Augustine
Organisation which protects, preserves and celebrates the church of St Augustine, Ramsgate, built by Augustus Pugin between 1845 and 1852.
Dedicated to the appreciation of the life and work of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin. Includes articles, publications list and details of society events.
St Chad’s Cathedral
Building designed by Pugin, and opened in 1841, the first Catholic cathedral to be built in the UK since the reformation.
St Mary’s Convent, Handsworth
The convent was designed by Pugin for the Sisters of Mercy, and opened in 1841. Pugin’s church of 1846, in the convent grounds, was bombed in 1942 but some remains are still visible in the garden.
St Mary's College
Pugin contributed to the design of the buildings, its interiors, furniture and the chapel.