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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bewcastle Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Bewcastle Civil Parish, Cumbria, 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~ Note
Bewcastle War Memorial 1449782 II 1919 Bewcastle
Banna 1205144 II 1837  
Knowe United Reformed Church War Memorial 1470927 II 1919 The Knowe
Barn to West of Roanstrees 1205120 II 1832  
Church of St Cuthbert 1087539  II* C13th  
Crew Castle 1087533 II C16th  
Davidson's Monument 1087540 II 1852  
Demesne Farmhouse 1205133 II C17th Includes stone taken from Bew Castle
Flatt Lodge and Adjoining Outbuildings 1205077 II    
Former Horse and Farrier Inn 1205166 II    
Lordstown 1087536 II    
Low Grains 1205091 II    
Outbuildings North of Sleetbeck 1335619 II    
Peel O'hill 1280894 II    
Round House in Centre of Farmyard at Roanstrees 1087537 II    
Ruins of the Loan (Not to Be Confused with House of Same Name to East) 1087534 II    
Sleetbeck 1205178 II    
The Ash 1335618 II 1738 Farmhouse
Town Foot 1087538 II 1763 Farmhouse
Wall to South East of Low Grains 1087535 II    
Whintingstown 1087541 II    
Bewcastle Roman fort, high cross shaft in St Cuthbert's churchyard, and Bew Castle medieval shell keep castle 1015728 n/a   Scheduled Monument. Bewcastle Castle + Medieval Cross Shaft + earlier Roman site
Unfinished high cross shaft on Long Bar 580m north east of Todcrag Loch 1016397 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric cultivation terraces immediately south east of Nook 1015765 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Low Grains bastle 1015866 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval shieling on south bank of White Lyne 230m WSW of confluence with Little Hare Grain 1016406 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval shieling on south bank of White Lyne 130m WSW of confluence with Little Hare Grain 1016392 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval shieling on south bank of White Lyne 410m WSW of confluence with Little Hare Grain 1016405 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Crew Castle bastle 1015738 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two medieval shielings on south bank of White Lyne 230m north east of confluence with little Hare Grain 1016394 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Dollerline medieval dispersed settlement 250m north of Bush Farm 1015869 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Antonstown medieval dispersed settlement 450m south east of Crew Farm 1015868 n/a   Scheduled Monument
The Loan medieval bastle and post-medieval cottage 1016085 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Four medieval shielings on south bank of White Lyne overlooking confluence with Little Hare Grain 1016393 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hennel Cleugh bowl barrow, 785m south west of High Grains Farm 1015864 n/a   Scheduled Monument
White Lyne round cairn 60m NNW of confluence of Gate Grain and White Lyne 1016396 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Shiel Knowe round cairn 1016395 n/a   Scheduled Monument
The Currick long cairn 710m north east of Cald Well 1015734 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hall Hills medieval dispersed settlement 370m WNW of St Cuthbert's Church 1016083 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric enclosure, field system and cairnfield, and medieval and early post-medieval settlements and field systems 600m SSW of Blacklyne House 1016089 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ten medieval shielings on north bank of White Lyne overlooking confluence with Little Hare Grain 1016404 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Unenclosed stone hut circle settlement on Grey Hill 930m south east of Ashycroft 1015735 n/a   Scheduled Monument
The Hill medieval dispersed settlement and an early post-medieval settlement 400m east of Ashycroft 1016082 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Stantling Loan medieval shieling 1016401 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Horse Head medieval shieling on Greyfell Common 50m west of confluence of Gosling Sike and Horsehead Grain 1016400 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Kershopehead medieval shieling 610m north east of Kershopehead 1015736 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two medieval shielings 30m north west of Stantling Loan on Greyfell Common 1016402 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval shieling on Greyfell Common 310m north west of Stantling Loan 1016403 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Shieling 210m north of Irthing Head 1010041 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 300m south west of Underwood 1015727 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Braes Pele medieval tower and shielings 350m east of Borderrigg 1015865 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Lynestead medieval pele tower, early post-medieval farmstead and an associated corn drying kiln 1016086 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.

Bewcastle Civil Parish War Memorial, The Knowe, Bewcastle Bewcastle Church of St Cuthbert Medieval Bewcastle Cross War Memorial Bewcastle Castle
Church of St Cuthbert
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Church of St Cuthbert
- Overview Map Street View Inside St Cuthbert's Church at Bewcastle was built in the 13th century, on an ancient site, using stone from the old Roman fort here. The church was ...
Bewcastle Castle
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Bewcastle Castle
- Overview About Bew Castle Map Street View   Bewcastle Castle is a ruined castle in the parish of Bewcastle in the English county of Cumbria, a few miles from the ...
Medieval Bewcastle Cross
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Medieval Bewcastle Cross
- The high cross shaft in the churchyard of St Cuthbert's Church in Bewcastle dates from the 7th century. The Bewcastle Cross is a scheduled monument. The Stone Cross at St ...
War Memorial
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War Memorial
War Memorial, The Knowe, Bewcastle
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War Memorial, The Knowe, Bewcastle
- Overview Map Street View This war memorial was unveiled on the 28th December 1919 by Mrs Thomas Armstrong, in the churchyard of  Knowe Presbyterian Church (now The Knowe United Reformed ...

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