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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Mitford Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Mitford 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
Boundary Stone to North East of Road Junction 1042644 II    
Charlton Tomb 13 Metres South of Church of St Mary Magdalene 1206527 II    
Church of St Mary Magdalene 1206521  I C12th Restored 1840
Drinking Fountain 30 Metres East of Post Office 1042682 II 1877 Site of an earlier holy well
Farmbuildings to North of Mitford Steads Farmhouse 1206580 II    
Foss Bridge over the River Wansbeck 1042649 II C18th  
Fountain in Walled Garden 400 Metres West of Mitford Hall 1206573 II    
Garden Wall Attached to Ruins of Manor House 1370758 II    
Garden Wall of Manor House, Section in Grounds of Parkburn 1280176 II    
Garden Walls 400 Metres West of Mitford Hall 1042651 II    
Garden Walls and Rails to East, South and West of West Edington Farmhouse 1042643 II    
Highford Bridge 1206486 II    
Lych Gate and Attached Churchyard Wall to South of Church of St Mary Magdalene 1370757 II 1889  
Manor House and Adjacent Ruins 1206539  II* C16th  
Milepost Opposite West Edington 1370754 II    
Mill House 1370753 II    
Mill House Farm The Dairy and The Gin Gan 1042683 II    
Mitford Bridge, over the River Font 1370734 II C19th  
Mitford Castle, Remains of Inner Ward and Keep 1370755  I C11th  
Mitford Castle. Remains of Chapel in Outer Ward 1370756  I C12th Partly destroyed by C19th quarrying
Mitford Castle. Remains of East Curtain Wall 1042646  I C12th  
Mitford Castle. Remains of West Curtain Wall Buildings 1042645  I C12th  
Mitford Castle. Two Headstones to North of Chapel Ruin 1042647  I    
Mitford Hall and Attached Screen Wall 1042650  II* 1823 By John Dobson
Mitford Steads Farmhouse 1042652 II    
Numbers 1-3 The Carriage House 1206555 II    
Old Abbey Mill 1370735 II    
Rowell Headstone 9 Metres South of Church of St Mary Magdalene 1280174 II    
Screen Wall and Piers at Entrance to Mitford Hall 1370760 II    
Terrace of Cottages South East of Mitford Steads Farmhouse 1042653 II    
The Lodge 1206578 II    
The Old Farmhouse 1042654 II    
The Tower House 1370759  II*    
Todd Headstone 15 Metres South of Church of St Mary Magdalene 1042648 II    
Tranwell House 1206588 II    
Wansbeck Cottage 1206482 II    
West Edington Farmhouse 1042642 II    
Mitford Castle: a motte and bailey and shell keep castle, medieval chapel, graveyard and field system 1017318 n/a C11th Scheduled Monument
Roman camp near Mitford Steads 1006493 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Four pillboxes 1003239 n/a c.1940 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.

Church of St. Mary Magdalene
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Church of St. Mary Magdalene
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church in Mitford, Northumberland, dates from the 12th century. However, in 1216 the church and many of the villagers who had taken sanctuary in ...
Mitford Castle
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Mitford Castle
- Overview About Mitford Castle Map Street View Mitford Castle dates from the late 11th century. It is a ruined motte and bailey castle, which stands on a small promontory by ...
Old Manor House
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Old Manor House
- Overview Map The manor house in Mitford, Northumberland, dates from the 16th century. The manor house is located in a bend of the River Wansbeck, close to St Marys Church ...
Pillbox, near Mitford Castle
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Pillbox, near Mitford Castle
- This Second World War pillbox is located near Mitford Castle, 718m south-west of Mitford Bridge. It was built by the Northern Command as part of the River Wansbeck Stop Line ...
Foss Bridge
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Foss Bridge
- Foss Bridge is a mid 18th century stone bridge over the River Wansbeck at Mitford, near Mitford Castle (sometimes caled "Wansbeck Bridge"). The bridge is Grade II listed.[1]
Mitford Hall
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Mitford Hall
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Lych Gate to Church of St. Mary
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Lych Gate to Church of St. Mary
Drinking fountain
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Drinking fountain
- There is a drinking fountain besides the B6343 road through Mitford. It was built in 1877 and it's round-headed stone arch encloses a carving of dragon's head impaled on sword,  inscribed ...
Mitford Bridge, over the River Font
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Mitford Bridge, over the River Font
Pillbox, Adders Haugh
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Pillbox, Adders Haugh
- This Second World War pillbox is located on Adders Haugh, 301m south of Mitford Bridge. It was built by the Northern Command as part of the River Wansbeck Stop Line ...
Pillbox near Spittal Hill Farm
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Pillbox near Spittal Hill Farm
- This Second World War pillbox is located near Spittal Hill Farm, 320m north-west of Mitford Bridge. It was built by the Northern Command as part of the River Wansbeck Stop ...

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