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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Castle Sowerby Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Castle Sowerby 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
Arkles' Farmhouse 1220847 II    
Birkdale Hall 1290819 II    
Church of St Kentigern 1326686  II* C12th With later alterations
Former bastle at How Hill, converted to a two-storey farmhouse 1454465 II    
Hesket Bridge 1327234 II    
How Gill 1145564 II    
How Hill farmhouse and barn 1454265 II    
Leavey Holme 1319051 II    
Mirkbooths Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining 1290796 II    
Newsham Farmhouse 1220816 II    
Oaker Lodge and Barns Adjoining 1319052 II    
Roe Head and Barns Adjoining 1145526 II    
Row Foot and Stables/Byre Adjoining 1145527 II    
Sowerby Hall 1290783 II    
Stockwell Hall 1145525 II    
The Ashes 1319031  II*    
The Old Vicarage 1145565 II    
Thistlewood House 1145567 II    
Thistlewood Tower 1326687  I    

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.

Castle Sowerby Civil Parish Church of St Kentigern, Castle Sowerby
Church of St Kentigern, Castle Sowerby
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Church of St Kentigern, Castle Sowerby
- Overview Map Street View Inside St Kentigern's Church in Castle Sowerby dates from the 12th century, with later alterations and additions. The church was restored in 1821, and again in ...


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