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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Barningham Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Barningham Civil Parish, County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
Badger Way Stoop, 700 Metres North West of Byers Hill 1121709 II    
Barn at East End of the Banks 1322737 II    
Barningham House 1322714 II    
Barningham Park 1338635  II* C16th House
Barningham Village School 1160175 II 1875 Former school, now Village Hall
Boundary Stone 550 Metres North of Byers Hill 1338634 II    
Church of St. Michael 1121721 II 1816 On the site of a Medieval church.
Church View 1160150 II    
Coach House to North of the Old Rectory, with Attached Walls 1121720 II    
Cowclose House and Adjacent Byre 1160281 II    
Cross Socket by South East Entrance of St Michael's Churchyard 1121723 II    
Eastwood Hall 1121728 II    
Elim Cottage 1160047 II    
Farm Buildings to West of Eastwood Hall 1121685 II    
Former Methodist Chapel 1121727 II 1815  
Front Wall and Gatepiers to Barningham Village School 1121725 II    
Front Walls and Gatepiers to Heatherlands, Gillbeck House and the Yews 1160055 II    
Garden Wall and Attached Outbuildings to West of Barningham Park 1121710 II    
Garden Walls and Attached Outbuilding to West of Glebe Farmhouse 1160080 II    
Gate Piers at Main Entrance to Barningham Park 1121713 II    
Gateway, Approach Walls and South Wall to St Michael's Churchyard 1310727 II    
Gillbeck House 1160041 II    
Glebe Farmhouse 1322711 II    
Group of 3 Grave Slabs 15 Metres North West of St Michael's Churchyard Entry 1121722 II    
Ha Ha Wall and Gates to East and South East of Barningham Park 1121714 II    
Hawden Headstone 5 Metres North West of St Michael's Churchyard Entry 1322712 II    
Heatherlands 1121718 II    
Holly Cottage 1121716 II    
Ice House 250 Metres South East of Barningham Park 1121715 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk 1391699 II    
Kipling Headstone 12 Metres West of St Michael's Churchyard Entry 1160122 II    
Manor House Farmhouse 1338637 II    
Message Grave Slab 17 Metres South of Church of St Michael 1160134 II    
Monument and Adjacent Stone 300 Metres South-West of Moor Gate 1322716 II    
Monument on Adam Hill, South East of Barningham Park 1159690 II    
Newby House and Attached Wall to West 1121726 II    
North and West Walls of Garden to West of Eastwood Hall 1322735 II    
Old Bridge over nor Beck, on East Side of Road 1322736 II C18th  
Old Cottage and Farmbuildings to West of Park House Farmhouse 1121687 II    
Old Limekiln on East Side of Primrose Gill 1121686 II    
Old Smithy and Adjacent Cottage 1322715 II    
Pair of Outbuildings Flanking Gateway to West of Old Smithy 1310664 II    
Pant on Village Green 1365642 II    
Park Cottage, with Yard Walls to Rear 1121711 II    
Shaw House, with Attached Outbuildings to North West 1121717 II    
Stable Block to North West of Barningham Park 1121712  II*    
The Hollies 1160164 II    
The Laurels 1160039 II    
The Milbank Arms 1322713 II C18th  
The Old Rectory 1160065 II    
The Yews 1121719 II    
Virginia Cottage 1121724 II    
Wall and Culvert Entrance to North of Newby House 1310659 II    
Wellhead 80 Metres East of Barningham Park 1310922 II    
Westoe 1338636 II    
Cairn, 545m ESE of Bragg House, Barningham Moor 1017420 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ring cairn 350m east of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017424 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn, 650m SSE of Bragg House, Barningham Moor 1017428 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn, 625m SSE of Bragg House, Barningham Moor 1017416 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairnfield on a small knoll at Badger Way Stoop, Barningham Moor 1017445 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Carved rock 380m ENE of Bragg House, Barningham Moor 1017408 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Carved rock north of Washbeck Green, 570m south of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017443 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cairn, east of Scale Knoll Allotment, 260m south west of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017438 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairn south of Cross Gill, 645m south east of Black Hill Gate, Barningham Moor 1017444 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairnfield and associated remains, 250m south east of Bragg House, Barningham Moor 1017419 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cairn and a rubble bank in Scale Knoll Allotment, 510m WSW of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017412 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric enclosure on the west side of Scale Knoll Gill, 400m WSW of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017437 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cairn and a carved rock on a prominent knoll, south of the road from Barningham to East Hope, 690m WSW of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017413 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric enclosure 530m and a rubble bank 500m east of Haythwaite in Scale Knoll Allotment, Barningham Moor 1017436 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A rock with cups and rings in Scale Knoll Allotment, 790m WSW of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017411 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cairn and a carved rock west of Cowclose Gill, in Scale Knoll Allotment, 460m west of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017434 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cup and groove marked rock, east of Woodclose Gill, 645m north east of Black Hill Gate, Barningham Moor 1017415 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Carved rock and cairn in Rowley Intake, 410m south east of Cowclose House, Barningham Moor 1017422 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cairnfield partly enclosed by a bank, on the east side of Woodclose Gill, Scale Knoll Allotment, Barningham Moor, 550m south of Hurst Hill 1017435 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A rock with three grooves and five cups with rings, in Scale Knoll Allotment, 800m WSW of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017409 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cairn on the summit of a knoll, in the southwest corner of Scale Knoll Allotment,800m south east of Far East Hope, Barningham Moor 1017432 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A carved rock within a large enclosure, 800m north east of Badger Way Stoop, Barningham Moor 1017418 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cairn, a carved rock, and a rubble bank, in the south west corner of Scale Knoll Allotment, 800m south east of Far East Hope, Barningham Moor 1017431 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cup marked rock with 13 cups and a groove, on a knoll in Scale Knoll Allotment, 700m north east of Black Hill Gate, Barningham Moor 1017410 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A rock with a cup and a groove, in the south west corner of Scale Knoll Allotment, 790m south east of Far East Hope, Barningham Moor 1017433 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A carved rock with one cup, at the east side of Woodclose Gill, in Scale Knoll Allotment, 500m north east of Black Hill Gate, Barningham Moor 1017429 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Carved rock and prehistoric enclosure on west side of Scale Knoll Gill, 410m south west of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017440 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Carved rocks, cairnfield and rubble banks on the terrace south of Scale Knoll Allotment, immediately east of Black Hill Gate, Barningham Moor 1017439 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Carved rock and Romano-British settlement known as Greystone, 250m south of Moorcock Farm, Barningham Moor 1017421 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric settlement and associated remains including carved rocks and a stone circle 400m north west of How Tallon Cairn, Barningham Moor 1017441 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric carved rocks and associated remains including cairns and a field system 800m south of Haythwaite, Barningham Moor 1017442 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A cairn on a knoll east of Woodclose Gill, in Scale Knoll Allotment, 785m north east of Black Hill Gate 1017414 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Unenclosed settlement, 260m south east of Cowclose House, Barnigham Moor 1017423 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ring cairn at the northern end of Scale Knoll Allotment, 750m WNW of Haythwaite 1017425 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A carved rock and boulder walling, near the south wall of Scale Knoll Allotment, 500m north east of Black Hill Gate 1017430 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A carved rock between The Stang Forest boundary wall and Woodclose Gill, 750m south east of Far East Hope, Barningham Moor 1017417 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval church site and churchyard cross, 10m south and 40m south east of St Michael's Church 1016877 n/a   Scheduled Monument
How Tallon round barrow and cup marked stones 1010540 n/a   Scheduled Monument

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries.
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings and Keys to the Past.

Barningham Park
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Barningham Park
Church of St. Michael and All Saints, Barnington
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Church of St. Michael and All Saints, Barnington
- Overview Map St. Michael's is the Parish Church in Barningham, County Durham. The present church was built in 1816 by the site of an earlier medieval church. The building was ...
Milbank Arms
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Milbank Arms
Village Hall
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Village Hall
- Overview Map Street View The Village Hall in Barningham, County Durham, overlooks the village green. The building used to be the village school, built c.1875, and inscribed "ERECTED BY THE FAMILY ...
Old Bridge over Nor Beck
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Old Bridge over Nor Beck
- Overview Map Street View The old bridge over Nor Beck, located about half a kilometre north of Barningham, was built in the 18th century. It was once the main route ...
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
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Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
- Overview Map Street View The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Barningham is dated 1815 and was converted to a residential house in c.1980. "The building is said to have been a ...

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