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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bridekirk Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Bridekirk Civil Parish, in the Allerdale district of 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~ Location Note
Anns Hill 1326850 II C18th Bridekirk  
Anns Hill Lodge 1145187 II C19th Bridekirk  
Barn West of Dovenby Mill 1138131 II C19th Dovenby  
Bridekirk Vicarage 1145186 II C19th Bridekirk  
Burton House 1145193 II 1737 Tallentire  
Bush Inn 1138147 II C17th Tallentire  
Church of St Bride (St Bridget) 1145226 II 1870 Bridekirk  
Cross Base at East End of Church of St Bride 1138072 II Mediaval Bridekirk  
Cross Base in Field North East of Dovenby Hall 1326852 II Medieval Dovenby  
Dale House 1311961 II 1753 Tallentire  
Dovenby Hall and adjoining rear wing 1145188 II C13th Dovenby Fortified house, now disused hospital
Dovenby Mill 1326854 II C19th Dovenby  
Dovenby Mill House 1145191 II C19th Dovenby  
Lamp Post North East of Tallentire Hall 1138143 II C19th Tallentire  
Lamp Post South East of Tallentire Hall 1326855 II C19th Tallentire  
Lime Tree House 1326853 II 1771 Dovenby  
Middle Farm 1311962 II C17th Tallentire  
Midtown Farmhouse and Stables Adjoining 1145195 II C18th Tallentire  
Milestone at Papcastle Roundabout 1138138 II C18th nr Papcastle A5085
Milestone North of Dovenby 1138128 II C18th Dovenby A594
Milestone South of Ann's Hill 1326851 II C18th Bridekirk  
Monument in Woods South of Dovenby Hall Hospital 1145189 II 1837 Dovenby  
Ruin of Church of St Bridget 1326849 II C12th Bridekirk  
School of Nursing 1145190 II C18th Dovenby House, later a training school
Tallentire Hall 1145192 II 1863 Tallentire  
The Chestnuts and Barn Adjoining 1145194 II C18th Dovenby Farmhouse
Thompson Tomb East of Church of St Bride 1145185 II 1688 Bridekirk  
Trohear and Paitson Tombs East of Church of St Bride 1326829 II 1742 Bridekirk  
Trough House 1138125 II 1711 Dovenby  

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.

Church of St Bridget, Bridekirk
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Church of St Bridget, Bridekirk
- Overview Map Street View St Bridget's Church in Bridekirk was built 1868 to 1870, designed by Cory and Ferguson of Carlisle.[1] It was built to replace an earlier parish church …
Old Church of St Bride, Bridekirk
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Old Church of St Bride, Bridekirk
- The old Church of St Bride was the former parish church of Bridekirk. The building dates from the 12th century, late C15 or early C16 alterations. It was runind by a …
Old Vicarage, Bridekirk
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Old Vicarage, Bridekirk
- The Old Vicarage and Bridekirk House are located close to St Bridget's Church in Bridekirk. The vicarage was built in the early 19th century and is Grade II listed on …
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Tallentire Hall
The Bush Inn
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The Bush Inn
- Overview Map Street View The Bush Inn is a pub and resturant located on Main Street in Tallentire, in the Allerdale district of Cumbria. It was built in the late …
Old Milestone, east of Papcastle, A5086
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Old Milestone, east of Papcastle, A5086
- Overview Map Street View This old milestone is located by the A5086 east of Papcastle, by the junction with Drovers Lane at Gote Brow, about 1 mile north-west of Cockermouth. …


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