Ancient Monuments

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Scheduled Monuments in Buckinghamshire

  1. A bowl barrow on Church Hill 200m south of church
    Whaddon
  2. A bowl barrow on Whiteleaf Hill, 200m north of Whiteleaf Cross
    Princes Risborough
  3. A bowl barrow on Whiteleaf Hill, 90m north of Whiteleaf Cross
    Princes Risborough
  4. A Neolithic barrow on Whiteleaf Hill, 50m east of Whiteleaf Cross
    Princes Risborough
  5. A slight univallate hillfort 600m south east of Home Farm
    Foscott
  6. A slight univallate hillfort and bowl barrow on Ivinghoe Beacon Hill
    Ivinghoe
  7. A slight univallate hillfort known as Medmenham Camp
    Medmenham
  8. A small multivallate hillfort on Southend Hill
    Cheddington
  9. Anglo-Saxon cemetery on Hemley Hill
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  10. Ascott House: remains of 16th and 17th century mansion, formal gardens and warren
    Wing
  11. Barn and fishpond and moated site with dovecote at Church Farm
    Edlesborough
  12. Bell barrow 260m WNW of Slough Glebe Farm, part of the Saunderton Lee barrow cemetery
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  13. Bell barrow and pond barrow on Bacombe Hill
    Wendover
  14. Bledlow Cross
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  15. Boddington Camp: a slight univallate hillfort on the summit of Boddington Hill
    Wendover
  16. Bolebec Castle, a motte and bailey castle 300m west of St John's Church
    Whitchurch
  17. Bowl barrow 140m WNW of Slough Glebe Farm, part of the Saunderton Lee round barrow cemetery
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  18. Bowl barrow 350m ENE of Saunderton Station
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  19. Bowl barrow at Molin's Works, part of the Saunderton Lee round barrow cemetery
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  20. Bowl barrow in Lowndes Park, known as the `Rolling Pin'
    Chesham
  21. Bowl barrow known as the Round Hill, 170m ENE of Roundhill Farm
    Haddenham
  22. Bowl barrow on Bacombe Hill
    Wendover
  23. Bowl barrow on Beacon Hill, 500m south of Ellesborough church
    Ellesborough
  24. Bowl barrow on Beaconsfield golf course, known as `The Mount'
    Beaconsfield
  25. Bowl barrow on Gallows Hill 180m south-east of Beacon Lodge
    Edlesborough
  26. Bowl barrow on Ivinghoe Beacon Hill, 230m east of Ivinghoe Beacon trig pillar: part of the Beacon H
    Ivinghoe
  27. Bowl barrow on Ivinghoe Hills, 240m south of Ivinghoe Beacon trig pillar: part of the Beacon Hill ro
    Ivinghoe
  28. Bowl barrow on Ivinghoe Hills, 460m south of Ivinghoe Beacon trig pillar: part of the Beacon Hill r
    Ivinghoe
  29. Bowl barrow on Ivinghoe Hills, 480m south of Ivinghoe Beacon trig pillar: part of the Beacon Hill r
    Ivinghoe
  30. Bowl barrow on Lodge Hill, 650m east of Old Callow Down Farm
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  31. Brill pottery kilns
    Brill
  32. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 1.02km long section from west of White House Farm to Lily Bank Farm
    Lacey Green
  33. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 1.13km long section from Grymsdyke Manor to RAF High Wycombe
    Bradenham
  34. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 1500m long section from Great Widmoor Wood to Oaken Grove
    Wendover
  35. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 176m long section south west of White House Farm
    Lacey Green
  36. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 245m long section in Oaken Grove with two associated post mill mounds,
    Great and Little Hampden
  37. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 350m long section extending north east from Cottage Farm
    Great Missenden
  38. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 370m long section 330m south east of Hampden House
    Great and Little Hampden
  39. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 520m long section between Lanes End and Bottom Road
    Buckland
  40. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 580m long section between Lily Bottom Lane and Redland End
    Great and Little Hampden
  41. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 660m long section to the west of Walter's Ash
    Bradenham
  42. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: 875m long section between Leylands Farm and Shire Lane
    Cholesbury-cum-St Leonards
  43. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: section extending from Redland End through Barnes's Grove to Hampden P
    Great and Little Hampden
  44. Buckinghamshire Grim's Ditch: two sections between Oaken Grove and Lanes End
    Cholesbury-cum-St Leonards
  45. Bulstrode Park camp
    Gerrards Cross
  46. Butler's Manor moated site
    Edlesborough
  47. Camp on Church Hill
    West Wycombe
  48. Castle Hill, a motte and bailey castle 900m NNE of All Saint's Church
    Wing
  49. Castle Hill, a motte and bailey castle and Saxon burial 50m west of Castle Hill House
    Wycombe - Terriers and Amersham Hill Ward
  50. Castle Tower: a motte and bailey castle 100m north of Hill House
    Little Missenden
  51. Cross dyke 480m east of Great Kimble church
    Great and Little Kimble
  52. Cross dyke on Ragpit Hill, 230m ENE of Great Kimble church
    Great and Little Kimble
  53. Cross dyke on Whiteleaf Hill, 165m south east of the Whiteleaf Cross
    Princes Risborough
  54. Cymbeline's Castle: a motte and bailey castle 550m south west of Ellesborough church
    Ellesborough
  55. Desborough Castle
    Wycombe - Oakridge and Castlefield Ward
  56. Deserted medieval village
    Boarstall
  57. Deserted village (site of) at Creslow
    Creslow
  58. Deserted village (site of) at Denham Lodge
    Quainton
  59. Deserted village (site of) at Fulbrook Farm
    Hogshaw
  60. Deserted villages and Civil War earthwork
    Aylesbury
  61. Dial Hill Roman barrow, 50m north west of St Nicholas's Church
    Great and Little Kimble
  62. Earthwork at Wards Coombe
    Ivinghoe
  63. Earthworks in Park Wood
    Bradenham
  64. Earthworks near Brill Church
    Brill
  65. East Burnham animal pound
    Burnham
  66. Fillington Wood medieval settlement
    Stokenchurch
  67. Hartley Court moated site and enclosure
    Burnham
  68. Hawridge Court ringwork
    Cholesbury-cum-St Leonards
  69. Hill figure on Whiteleaf Hill, known as the Whiteleaf Cross
    Princes Risborough
  70. Large multivallate hillfort known as Cholesbury Camp
    Cholesbury-cum-St Leonards
  71. Large multivallate hillfort known as Danesfield Camp
    Medmenham
  72. Long barrow 200m east of parade ground, Groves Road, Halton Camp
    Halton
  73. Medieval hamlet of Littlecote
    Stewkley
  74. Medieval settlement of Eythrope
    Waddesdon
  75. Medieval settlement remains at Crafton
    Mentmore
  76. Medieval undercroft in the grounds of Chenies Manor: part of a medieval Great House
    Chenies
  77. Moated site 110m south west of St Mary's Church
    Ludgershall
  78. Moated site 180m south west of St James's Church
    Bierton with Broughton
  79. Moated site 200m north east of St Nicholas's Church
    Little Horwood
  80. Moated site 200m north west of Chalfont Lodge
    Chalfont St. Peter
  81. Moated site 250m north west of Elmbrook Farm
    Great and Little Kimble
  82. Moated site 310m east of Pasture Farm
    Dinton-with-Ford and Upton
  83. Moated site 320m north west of St Leonard's Church
    Grendon Underwood
  84. Moated site 330m south east of Manor Farm
    Aylesbury
  85. Moated site 650m south of Beachendon Farm
    Dinton-with-Ford and Upton
  86. Moated site 80m west of Cedars Farm
    Mursley
  87. Moated site 90m north east of Ashby Villas
    Ivinghoe
  88. Moated site 90m west of Terrick House
    Ellesborough
  89. Moated site and associated earthworks in Bray's Wood
    The Lee
  90. Moated site and associated medieval remains 430m north of Church Farm
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  91. Moated site and enclosures at Redding Wick Photos
    Great Missenden
  92. Moated site and fishponds 200m north west of Vatche's Farm
    Aston Clinton
  93. Moated site and medieval settlement remains 200m south west of Manor Farm
    Great and Little Kimble
  94. Moated site and section of hollow way 200m south west of St Michael's Church, Stewkley
    Stewkley
  95. Moated site at Apsley Manor Farm
    Ellesborough
  96. Moated site at Grove Farm
    Ellesborough
  97. Moated site at Grove Farm, Ashley Green
    Ashley Green
  98. Moated site immediately east of All Saint's Church
    Hulcott
  99. Moated site immediately north west of Little Pednor Farm
    Chartridge
  100. Moated site immediately north west of Moat Farm
    Buckland
  101. Moated site immediately south east of St Nicholas's Church
    Chearsley
  102. Moated site in Bower Wood, 560m south west of Bower Wood Cottages
    Hedgerley
  103. Moated site in Chalkdell Wood, 100m north west of Frith Hill House
    Great Missenden
  104. Moated site north west of Aston Mullins
    Haddenham
  105. Moated site, Moat Farm
    Pitstone
  106. Motte and bailey castle, moated site and Roman villa immediately east of All Saint's Church
    Great and Little Kimble
  107. Motte and bailey in grounds of manor house
    Weston Turville
  108. Motte castle and associated remains of the medieval village of Cublington, immediately west of Ridin
    Cublington
  109. Motte castle known as Dane's Camp 400m south of Hampden House
    Great and Little Hampden
  110. Mound with ditch and outer bank 200ft (60m) south of Savay Farm
    Denham
  111. Norbury: a slight univallate hillfort immediately east of Padbury Mill
    Padbury
  112. Notley Abbey: an Augustinian abbey and associated post-Dissolution dovecote
    Long Crendon
  113. Nucleated medieval settlement east of Waldridge Manor
    Dinton-with-Ford and Upton
  114. Pillow mound on Beacon Hill, 550m south of Ellesborough church
    Ellesborough
  115. Preceptory of the Knights Hospitallers, associated fishponds, medieval settlement of Hogshaw and the
    Hogshaw
  116. Quainton medieval standing cross
    Quainton
  117. Roman villa 140m east of St Mary and St Nicholas' Church
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  118. Roman villa at Mill End
    Hambleden
  119. Roman villa east of Lodge Hill Farm
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  120. Roman villa north of Yewden Lodge
    Hambleden
  121. Roundabout Wood moated site, fishponds, and farming and settlement remains
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  122. Saxon barrow, church and cemeteries in the old churchyard at Taplow Court
    Taplow
  123. Site of the medieval village of Moreton
    Stone with Bishopstone and Hartwell
  124. Slight univallate hillfort at Seven Ways Plain, Burnham Beeches.
    Burnham
  125. Slight univallate hillfort on Whelpley Hill
    Ashley Green
  126. Small multivallate hillfort on Pulpit Hill
    Great and Little Kimble
  127. St John the Baptist's Hospital
    Wycombe - Abbey Ward
  128. St Mary Magdalen's Church, Flaunden
    Chenies
  129. St Rumbold's Well
    Buckingham
  130. Templars' site at Moat Farm, Hedgerley
    Gerrards Cross
  131. The Castle, a moated site at Oaken Corner in Wendover Woods
    Great Missenden
  132. The medieval village of Burston
    Aston Abbotts
  133. The Mount
    Princes Risborough
  134. Thornborough Bridge
    Buckingham
  135. Three bowl barrows on Chinnor Hill, two 150m and one 600m south west of Highlands
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  136. Two bell barrows at Lodge Hill, 400m NNE of Old Callow Down Farm
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  137. Two bowl barrows 450m north west of Slough Glebe Farm, part of the Saunderton Lee barrow cemetery
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton
  138. Two concentric ditches showing as crop marks at Thorney
    Iver
  139. Two Roman barrows 200m ENE of Thornborough Bridge
    Thornborough
  140. Village settlement site on Lodge Hill
    Bledlow-cum-Saunderton

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