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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Helsington Civil Parish

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

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
Barn to East of Low House Farmhouse 1145742 II    
Barn to South East of Park End Farmhouse 1145740 II    
Berryholme Farmhouse 1145743 II    
Church of St John 1393890 II 1726 Hillside parish church
Garden Wall, Gatepiers and Summer House to South of Sizergh Castle 1318963 II    
Gatehouse and Office at Sedgwick Powder Works 1244934 II    
Hawes Farmhouse 1145745 II    
Helsington Laithes Mill 1145746 II    
Holeslack 1145747 II    
Horse Park Bridge over Lancaster/Kendal Canal 1145748 II 1819 Over now dry section of the canal.
House and Outbuildings Forming North Side Courtyard South West of Sizergh Castle 1145749 II    
Larkrigg Hall Bridge over Lancaster/Kendal Canal 1136839 II    
Low House Farmhouse 1145741 II    
Park End Farmhouse 1318960 II    
Search House and Clocking on Shed at Sedgwick Powder Works 1244935 II    
Sizergh Castle 1318962  I C15th A National Trust property
Stables and Attached Barn to South West of Sizergh Castle 1136853  II* C19th The Great Barn
Stables, Wall and Gatepiers to South of Park End Farmhouse 1318961 II    
Walls, Gate Piers, Fencing and Gates to West of Sizergh Castle 1136865 II    
Workshop Complex and Attached Turbine at Sedgwick Powder Works 1244936 II    
Hawes Bridge over the River Kent 1145744 II C18th Partly in Natland Civil Parish
Part of Helsington medieval village immediately west of Briggs House Farm 1021146 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 230m north of Berry Holme 1021182 n/a   Scheduled Monument
New Sedgwick gunpowder works, 580m north of Gate House 1018136 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Sizergh Castle - Grounds 1000673 II   Listed Park and Garden

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.

Helsington Civil Parish Church of St John, Helsington Sizergh Castle The Great Barn, Sizergh Castle Hawes Bridge, Nantland
Sizergh Castle
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Sizergh Castle
- Overview About Sizergh Castle and Gardens Map Street View   Sizergh Castle and Garden is a stately home and garden at Helsington in the English county of Cumbria, about 4 …
Hawes Bridge, Nantland
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Hawes Bridge, Nantland
- Overview Map Street View Hawes Bridge is a road bridge which carries Hawes Lane over the River Kent, just west of Natland. The bridge dates from the 18th Century. It …
Church of St John, Helsington
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Church of St John, Helsington
- Overview Map Street View St John's Church is the parish church of Helsington, Cumbria. It was built in 1726 and is in an isolated hillside location, about ½ mile south-east of …
The Great Barn, Sizergh Castle
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The Great Barn, Sizergh Castle


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