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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ponsonby Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Ponsonby 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
Cauder House 1336061 II    
Fishing Box on The River Bank to the East of the Abbey Ruins 1086630 II    
Church of St Bridget 1086589 II 1842 Calderbridge
Gatehouse To Calder Abbey 1086629  II*    
Calderbridge War Memorial 1457595 II 1920 Calderbridge
Ruins of the Monastic Church and East Range 1068638  I    
House, Incorporating Monastic Ruins and Courtyard Buildings Adjoining to East 1336040  I C18th Calder Abbey House adjoining medieval range.
Calder Abbey 1007166 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Calder Farmhouse 1068621 II    
Church House Farmhouse 1336039 II    
North Lodge and Gate Piers to Pelham House 1086590 II    
Pelham House 1356190  II*    
Ponsonby Church 1086628 II Medieval Spire added 1840
Sella Park 1336060 II    
South Lodge to Pelham House 1356193 II    
The Monks Oven 1068656  II*    
Infell Wood medieval enclosure, 550m north west of Scargreen 1007115 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.

Ponsonby Civil Parish Calder Abbey War Memorial, Calderbridge Church of St Bridget, Calderbridge Calder Abbey House Ponsonby Church
Ponsonby Church
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Ponsonby Church
- Overview Map Street View The parish church at Ponsonby is of medieval origin. The church tower and spire were added in 1840 and the church was restored 1874. Ponsonby Church ...
Calder Abbey
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Calder Abbey
- Overview About Calder Abbey Map Street View The ruins of Calder Abbey are located by the River Calder, about half a mile north-east of the village of Calderbridge in Cumbria. ...
Calder Abbey House
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Calder Abbey House
- Overview Map Street View Calder Abbey House is an 18th century mansion house which adjoins the ruins of Calder Abbey. The Abbeey was founded in 1134, but became ruinous after the ...
Church of St Bridget, Calderbridge
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Church of St Bridget, Calderbridge
- Overview About St Bridget's Church Map Street View St Bridget's Church in Calderbridge was built between 1840 and 1842, on the site of an earlier chapel. It was designed by ...
War Memorial, Calderbridge
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War Memorial, Calderbridge
- The war memorial in Calderbridge is located by St Bridget's Church. The memorial is dedicated to 12 local servicemen of St Bridget's Parish who lost their lives in the First ...

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