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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Blanchland Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Blanchland 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
Nos. 1 and 2, the Square 1304038 II    
Nos. 1-5, Shildon Road 1370255 II    
No. 10, the Square 1154047 II    
Nos. 11 and 12, the Square 1045386 II    
Nos. 13 and 14, the Square 1154065 II    
Nos. 3-6, the Square 1154022 II    
Nos. 7-9, the Square 1045385 II    
Abbey Cottage 1370233 II    
Abbey Gatehouse with Post Office 1153918  I C15th Remodelled c.1753
Acton Cottage 1045383 II    
Bailiffs House 1045415 II    
Barn 6 Metres West of Abbey View 1153609 II    
Blanchland Bridge, over the River Derwent 1045417 II C18th South side of bridge in County Durham.
Boundary Stone 1045413 II    
Boundary Stone 360 Metres East of Shooting Box 1045414 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NY 94515394, Just Within Fence Corner 1156650 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NY 94985435, Between Parallel Fences 1370284 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NY 95185449 1156655 II    
Bridge over the Shildon Burn 1153724 II    
Bridge over the Shildon Burn 240 Metres West-North-West of Shildon House 1370253 II    
Byre and Attached Privies 10 Metres South-South-West of Abbey View 1045416 II    
Byre/Hayloft 10 Metres South-East of No.10 1154060 II    
Church of St Mary 1304226  I C12th  
Churchyard Cross 17 Metres West of Door of Church of St. Mary 1045418  I C13th  
Engine House to Former Lead Mine 1045379 II    
Farmbuidlings to South of No. 10 1370258 II    
Gatepiers and Quadrant Walls to Grove Cottage 1370231 II    
Gatepiers to Churchyard 1153673 II    
Gowland's Cottage 1370259 II    
Group of Farmbuildings 60 Metres North of Cowbyers Farmhouse 1370234 II    
Grove Cottage 1045408 II    
House Adjacent to Abbey Gatehouse 1370257  I    
Lord Crewe Arms 1154141  II* C13th Remodelled C18th. Incorporates parts of Abbey cloisters
Methodist Chapel 1045409 II 1867 Baybridge
Milestone at NGR NY92464979 on North Side of Track 1045378 II C19th Near Beldon Shield
Miners' Arms and Adjacent House 1045410 II    
No. 17 and Adjacent Building to West, Now a Wing of Lord Crewe Arms 1045387 II    
North Hill Cottages 1153705 II    
Old School 1045420 II 1851 Now the White Monk Tearoom
Outbuilding and Attached Privies 5 Metres East of No.17 1045388 II    
Outbuilding to North of No. 5 1045382 II    
Pant 1370260 II    
Pennypie Farmhouse and Adjacent Farmbuildings 1370254 II    
Privies to Rear of No. 13, 14 and Gowland's Cottage 1154104 II    
Privy Row to Rear of Nos. 1-5 1370256 II    
Shildon Cottage and Walls Adjoining 1045380 II    
Shildon House 1045381 II    
Telephone Kiosk Opposite Abbey Church 1262120 II    
The Angel 1045384 II    
Wall on South Side of Churchyard 1153683 II    
Wall, Railings and Gate to South of Methodist Chapel 1370232 II    
War Memorial Outside St Marys Abbey 1391493 II    
Ward Headstone 12 Metres South-West of Door of Church of St. Mary 1045419 II    
Blanchland Premonstratensian Abbey 1017683 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Shildon Cornish engine house 1006415 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Beldon lead mine and ore works at Beldon Shields 1016462 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.

Abbey Gatehouse
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Abbey Gatehouse
- Overview Map Street View The Old Village Shop and Post Office in Blanchford is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.
Churchyard Cross
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Churchyard Cross
- The early medieval stone cross in the churchyard of the Church of St Mary, Blanchland, is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.
Church of St Mary
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Church of St Mary
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Blanchland Bridge
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Blanchland Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone arched bridge over the River Derwent at Blanchland was built in the mid 18th century; it is Grade II listed. The south end of …
Blanchland War Memorial
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Blanchland War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Blanchland is located by St Mary's Church, dedicated to 9 local men who lost their lives in the First World War. The …
Lord Crewe Arms
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Lord Crewe Arms
- Overview Map Street View The Lord Crew Arms is a hotel, resturant and bar, located on The Sqaure in Blanchland. The building incorporates what was the west cloister range of …
Old School, Blanchland
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Old School, Blanchland
Old Milestone, west of Beldon Shield
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Old Milestone, west of Beldon Shield
- This c.19th century milestone on Beldon Side, is located to the west of Beldon Shield (Blanchland), is on the track from Baybridge to Riddlehamhope. It is inscribed "R 1 M" …
Wesleyan Providence Chapel, Baybridge
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Wesleyan Providence Chapel, Baybridge
- Overview Map This former Wesleyan Providence Chapel is located in Baybridge, Northumberland. The Gothic-style chapel was built in 1867, and is thought to have been designed by the distinguished architect …
Beldon lead mine and ore works
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Beldon lead mine and ore works
- Overview Map The remains of Beldon lead mine and ore works are situated on two levels in the valley of Beldon Burn at Beldon Shield. The visible remains of the …


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