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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Lowick Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Lowick Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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
11 and 13, Main Street 1156297 II    
15, Main Street 1042257 II    
17-21, Main Street 1156305 II    
2 Monuments to Lee Family, C 20 Yards South-West of Church of St John 1042255 II    
22, Main Street 1156314 II    
5, Cheviot View 1156067 II    
Barmoor Castle 1156023  II* C14th Largely rebuilt in 1801
Barmoor War Memorial 1392221 II 1920  
Bridge C 250 Yards North-West of Hunting Hall Farm 1370939 II    
Cartshed C 10 Yards North of Hunting Hall Farm Cottages 1156184 II    
Church of St Edward (Roman Catholic) and Attached School 1370961 II    
Church of St John 1042253 II 1794 Lowick
Cottage and Granary C 30 Yards North-East of Holburn Mill 1156094 II    
Drying Kiln C 5 Yards East of Holburn Mill 1370938 II    
Farmbuildimgs C 20 Yards West of Lowick High Steads Farmhouse 1155924 II    
Farmbuildings at West Holburn Farm 1156167 II    
Farmbuildings C 40 Yards East of Lowick Northfield Farmhouse 1042289 II    
Group of 3 Havery Tombs C 5 Yards South of Church of St John 1370960 II    
Holburn Mill 1042292 II C19th Corn mill
Hunting Hall Farm Cottages 1042293 II    
Lowick Hall 1370962 II    
Lowick High Steads Farmhouse 1042287 II    
Lowick War Memorial 1392222 II 1920  
Milepost 1/2 Mile West of Dunsall 1042286 II    
Milepost by Lowick Vicarage 1042294 II    
Milepost C 1/4 Mile North of Lowick Northfield Farm 1042290 II    
Milepost C 1/4 Mile South of Moss Hall 1042288 II    
Milepost C 40 Yards East of Red Lion Inn 1303131 II    
Milepost Circa 1/4 Mile West of Junction with B6525 1155847 II    
Monument to Harrigade Family C 5 Yards South-West of Church of St John 1042254 II    
Presbyterian Church of Scotland 1042291 II    
Screen to Farmbuildings C 200 Yards South of Barmoor Castle 1156052 II    
St Edwards Presbytery 1042256 II    
Stable Block, Including 2 Cottages, Adjoining Barmoor Castle 1370937 II    
The Hermitage 1370959 II    
The Vicarage 1156196 II    
The Village Store 1042258 II    
White House and Wall Attached 1155940 II    
Earthwork 370yds (340m) E of Low Stead 1006529 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman temporary camp, 435m north west of Hetton North Farm 1006480 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 and Keys to the Past.

Lowick Civil Parish War Memorial, Lowick Barmoor Castle Church of St John the Baptist, Lowick Holburn Mill War Memorial, Barmoor
Barmoor Castle
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Barmoor Castle
- Overview Barmoor Castle Map Barmoor Castle was first recorded in 1341 when the Muschampe family was granted a licence to crenellate. In 1415 it was described as a fortalice. Barmoor was …
Church of St John the Baptist, Lowick
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Church of St John the Baptist, Lowick
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Holburn Mill
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Holburn Mill
- Located by Hetton Burn, just south of the hamlet of Holburn in Northumberland.
War Memorial, Lowick
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War Memorial, Lowick
War Memorial, Barmoor
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War Memorial, Barmoor
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