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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Lower Holker Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Lower Holker 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~ Note
Nos. 1 and 2, the Fold 1087150 II    
No. 121, Station Road 1101491 II    
No. 18, Market Street 1087155 II    
No. 2 Houses and Barn to South West of Number 123 1335782 II    
No. 22, Market Street 1101530 II    
No. 27, Market Street 1087153 II    
Nos. 3 and 4, the Fold 1100622 II    
No. 43, Market Street 1100606 II    
Nos. 80 and 82, Main Street 1335818 II    
Ash Cottage 1087149 II    
Betting Shop 1101550 II    
Bridge over River Eea to Cark Farm 1100242 II    
Bridge over River Eea to Cark House and Walls 1335815 II    
Bridge over River Eea to Low Row Cottages, East End 1087147 II    
Bridge over River Eea to Low Row Cottages, West End 1100270 II    
Building Approximately 10 Metres to South East of Cark House 1087148 II    
Canon Winder Hall 1335840  II*    
Cark Hall 1087146  II*    
Cark House 1348518 II    
Cark Manor the Garden Flat 1100326 II    
Cark Manor Cottage, Railings and Gate 1335793 II    
Church of St John Baptist 1087115  II* 1900 Flookburgh. By Austin and Paley.
Crown Inn 1335819 II    
Dove Cottage 1087142 II    
Entrance Gates and Railings to Holker Hall 1087144 II    
Farmbuilding to the North of Shorthorn Farmhouse 1087137 II    
Field Head 1348343 II    
Flookburgh Farmhouse and Buildings 1101510 II    
Flookburgh War Memorial 1457191 II    
Footbridge over Railway at Cark and Cartmel Station 1087156 II    
Former Post Office 1100619 II    
Gatepiers Approximately 30 Metres to East of Canon Winder Farmhouse 1087116 II    
Grize Pool Bridge 1335792 II    
Holker Hall and Terrace Wall Approximately 70 Metres to Garden to South East 1335814  II*    
Ice House Approximately 640 Metres to West of Holker Hall 1087141 II    
Lilac Cottage Restaurant 1335816 II    
Manor House and Adjoining Outbuilding 1335820  II*    
Market Cross 1087154 II    
Mill House 1087176 II    
No. 41, Main Street 1087151 II    
North Lodge and Gate Piers to Holker Hall 1335813 II    
Number 53 with Outbuilding 1087152 II    
Numbers 1 and 2 Holker Cottages 1100294 II    
Numbers 3 and 4 Holker Cottages 1087145 II    
Old School Building 1087138 II    
Park View Cottages 1100282 II    
Park View, 1087143 II    
Pear Tree Cottage 1087177 II    
Priest Bridge 1087190 II C17th? Widened 1780s
Railings Opposite Cark Manor Cottage, Railings and Gate 1348505 II    
Raven Winder Farmhouse 1087117 II    
Rock Cottage 1100623 II    
Shorthorn Farmhouse 1335812 II    
South Lodge to Holker Hall 1100291 II    
Stable Building to South East of Holker Hall 1087140 II    
Strand Bridge 1087175 II    
Summer House Approximately 95 Metres North West of Cark Hall 1100264 II    
The Late Kings Arms 1100598 II    
Trough Approximately 35 Metres to South of Pear Tree Cottage 1087136 II    
Underpass Approximately 120 Metres North West of Whitegate Cottages 1087139 II    
Whitegates Cottages 1348508 II    
Whitewell House 1335817 II    
Holker Hall - Grounds 1000665 II   Listed park and garden. Partly in this parish.
Peter Hill, Cark 1007155 n/a   Scheduled Monument
World War II fighter pens and other airfield remains and defences of the former airfield of RAF Cark 1020988 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.

Lower Holker Civil Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Flookburgh
Church of St John the Baptist, Flookburgh
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Church of St John the Baptist, Flookburgh
- Overview About St John's Church Map Street View St John the Baptist's Church in Flookburgh was built 1897-1900, designed by Austin and Paley. The church is Grade II* listed on …


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