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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bromfield Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Bromfield 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
Barns to East of Crookdake Hall 1235079 II 1840 Crookdake Hall
Blencogo Farmhouse and Barn 1234488 II C19th Incorporating Tudor arch.
Blencogo House 1235014 II    
Blencogo School 1234489 II 1854 Former school, now Village Hall.
Bromfield War Memorial 1457965 II    
Church of St Mungo 1235049  I C12th Bromfield
Crookdake Hall 1275818 II C16th Crookdake
Gill House 1235083 II    
High Aikton Farmhouse and Adjoining Barns 1275819 II    
Langfauld 1216710 II    
Langrigg Hall 1275771 II    
Langrigg House 1235081 II    
Milestone South of Langrigg 1235082 II    
Milestone West of High Scales 1275820 II    
Prospect House 1235080 II    
Seymore House 1216714 II    
St Mungo's Well 1276083 II Medieval Bromfield. 1878 stone wellhead.
The Windmill 1275821 II C19th Langrigg. Former windmill, now house.
Wall and Gate Piers in Front of Blencogo House 1276082 II    
Wall to South of Crookdake Hall 1235078 II C14th Crookdake Hall
St Mungo's Castle 1007147 n/a Medieval Scheduled Monument. Bromfield. Earthwork remains of moated site.

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.

Church of St Mungo, Bromfield
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Church of St Mungo, Bromfield
- Overview About St Mungo's Church Map Street View St Mungo Church in Bromfield, Cumbria, dates from the 12th century. It features it's original 12th century font. Within the church, the ...
St Mungo's Well, Bromfield
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St Mungo's Well, Bromfield
- Overview Map St Mungo's Well is located just north of St Mungo's Church in Bromfield, Cumbria  It is a medieval well with a stone wellhead of 1878, inscribed: "With joy ...
Blencogo House Farm - Barn
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Blencogo House Farm - Barn
- Overview Map Street View The barn is from the early 19th century, but incorporting an earlier Tudor arch doorway dated 1674.[1] This is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List ...
Village Hall, Blencogo
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Village Hall, Blencogo
- Overview Map Street View Blencogo and District Village Hall was previously the village school, which was built in 1854 by local benefactor and landowner George Dixon. The school was closed ...
Windmill House, Langrigg
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Windmill House, Langrigg
Crookdake Hall
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Crookdake Hall
- Overview Map Street View Crookdake Hall is a farmhouse and former manor house in Crookdake, situated near Sandraw Beck. The building mostly dates from the 16th/17th century, incorporating extremely thick ...

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