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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hesket Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hesket 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
Armathwaite Castle 1145496  II* C15th Armathwaite. Pele tower, extended into mansion
Armathwaite Bridge 1327027 II C18th Armathwaite. Partly in this parish.
Barn Opposite Lowstreet House 1210630 II    
Barns Adjoining Petteril Green 1210583 II    
Barns and Gingang Adjoining Ellerton Grange 1290425 II    
Barrock Gill 1145470 II    
Barrockside 1326719 II    
Blue Bell House 1326720 II    
Boundary Stone East of Inglewood House 1326718 II    
Boundary Stone on Blackrock Bridge 1262198 II    
Boundary Stone South West of Calthwaite House 1210528 II    
Brackenburgh 1290471 II    
Broadfield House 1210674 II    
Bull's Head Farmhouse 1210611 II    
Byrnes Monument 1145475 II    
Calthwaite Hall 1145501 II    
Calthwaite War Memorial 1464057 II    
Church of St John the Evangelist 1145473 II 1907 Plumpton
Church of St Mary 1326696  II* C18th High Hesket
Crook's Bridge 1145481 II    
Cross Keys Hotel 1290428 II    
Dovecote North East of the Manor 1210470 II    
Dovecote South West of Wreay Hall Farmhouse 1326723 II    
East Lodge 1326693 II    
Ellerton Grange 1145502 II    
Fieldhead Cottage 1145503 II    
Former Font South of Church of St John the Evangelist 1290376 II    
Gate Piers for Brackenburgh Adjoining the Lodge 1145500 II    
Hay Close south west farmstead and associated section of leat 1424079 II    
Hesket House 1326717 II    
High Hesket War Memorial 1464082 II 1920 High Hesket
Holly Cottage 1145466 II    
Inglewood House 1145467 II    
Ivy Dene and Former Stables 1210497 II    
Katharine Well 1145480 II    
Low House 1210621 II    
Lowstreet Cottage 1145478 II    
Lowstreet House 1326721 II    
Lych Gate South of Church of St John the Evangelist 1145474 II    
Mellguards 1210676 II    
Middle Bridge 1290417 II    
Moorhouse Hill 1210672 II    
Orchard Cottage 1252542 II    
Parker Family Vault South East of Church of St Mary 1210548 II 1828 High Hesket
Petteril Bank 1145471 II    
Petteril Green and Rear Stables 1145472 II    
Plumpton Hall 1145476 II    
Plumpton Old Hall 1210618 II    
Plumptonfoot Bridge 1145477 II    
Salkeld Gate 1210604 II    
Salutation Inn 1145504 II C18th High Hesket
Southwaite Hall, Copper House and Barns Adjoining 1210645  II*    
Southwaite Park and Former Barn 1326722 II    
Stable Range Opposite Southwaite Hill 1145479 II    
Streethead 1145469 II    
The Chapel of Christ and St Mary 1145497 II    
The Elephant 1326695 II    
The Lodge, South East of Brackenburgh 1210493 II    
The Manor 1145498 II    
The Old Tower 1145499 II    
The White House 1210554 II    
Thornbarrow Farmhouse 1145468 II    
Wayside Cottages 1326694 II    
Wreay Bridge 1290339 II    
Wreay Hall Mill 1391527 II    
Old Penrith (Voreda) Plumpton Wall 1007190 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Petteril Green Romano-British farmstead, associated field system and two trackways 1007868 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman camp 200m west of Galleygill Bridge 1007869 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman camp 200m south west of Knowe Farm 1007870 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman camp and signal station 600m south-east of Wreay Hall 1007871 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Polygonal prehistoric enclosure and associated field system at Petterilbank Cottages 1007872 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric enclosure and associated field system south east of Ivy Cottage 1007873 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Slight univallate hillfort on Barrock Fell 1007874 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman camp north west of Balmer's Farm 1008233 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.

Hesket Civil Parish War Memorial, High Hesket Church of St Mary, High Hesket Parker Family Vault, High Hesket Armathwaite Castle Church of St John the Evangelist, Plumpton Salutation Inn, High Hesket Armathwaite Bridge
Armathwaite Bridge
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Armathwaite Bridge
War Memorial, High Hesket
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War Memorial, High Hesket
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Church of St Mary, High Hesket
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Church of St Mary, High Hesket
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Armathwaite Castle
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Armathwaite Castle
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Parker Family Vault, High Hesket
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Parker Family Vault, High Hesket
Church of St John the Evangelist, Plumpton
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Plumpton
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Salutation Inn, High Hesket
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Salutation Inn, High Hesket
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