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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rennington Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Rennington Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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~ Notes
10, 12 and 14, Rock Village 1371217 II    
11, Rock Village 1371218 II    
15 and 17, Rock Village 1041761 II    
19, Rock Village 1154729 II    
21 and 23, Rock Village 1041762 II    
9, Rock Village 1303685 II    
Barn and Engine House on North Side of Main Farmbuilding Group 1041755 II    
Bridge over Stream 50 Metres South of Church Saints Philip and James 1303714 II    
Cartshed/Granary and Bothy 100 Metres North East of Rennington South East Farmhouse 1303721 II    
Cartshed/Granary Opposite North Farmhouse 1303753 II    
Church of Saints Philip and James 1041758  II* C12th Rock
Covered Reservoir 100 Metres North of Rennington West Farmhouse 1041757 II    
Dovecote 30 Metres South East of Rock Farmhouse 1154696 II C19th  
Entrance Screen to Rock Hall 1041721 II    
Limekiln South of Kiln Plantation 700 Metres South East of Rock Midstead 1154647 II    
Mile Post 400 Metres South of Renington South East Farm 1154619 II    
Milepost 300 Metres North of Denwick Lane End 1041754 II    
North Farmhouse 1371216 II    
Privy and Attached Wall Behind Bothy 100 Metres North East of Rennington South East Farmhouse 1041753 II    
Rennington Moor Farmhouse and Attached Farmbuilding 1041756 II    
Rennington South East Farmhouse 1041752 II    
Rennington War Memorial 1439711 II 1921 In churchyard, All Saints.
Rock Farmhouse and Adjacent Estate Office 1041759 II    
Rock Hall 1154734  II* C13th  
Signpost at Road Junction South of Rock Farm 1041760 II    
Smithy at South East Corner of Main Farmbuilding Group 1303729 II    
The Chapel Outbuildings and Yard Walls at North End of Rock Hall 1371219 II    
Village Hall 1154717 II 1855 Rock. Originally a Sunday School.
Walls of Former Garden to North of Rock Hall 1154762 II    
Yard Walls to South of Farmbuildings 1154641 II    
Ellsnook round barrow, 175m north east of Heiferlaw Bridge 1006564 n/a Bronze Age 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.

Rennington Civil Parish Church of Saints' Philip and James, Rock Village Rock Hall
Church of Saints' Philip and James, Rock Village
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Church of Saints' Philip and James, Rock Village
Rock Hall
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Rock Hall
- Overview About Rock Hall Map The Hall at Rock in Northumberland was originally built in the 13th or early 14th century. It's south wing was converted into a tower in ...

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