Ancient Monuments

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Scheduled Monuments in North Somerset

  1. A Roman Camp in Banwell Woods
    Banwell
  2. Aveline's Hole, Burrington Combe
    Burrington
  3. Banwell Camp: a large multivallate hillfort on Banwell Plain
    Banwell
  4. Bell barrow 650m south-west of Uphill Farm
    Weston-super-Mare
  5. Bowl barrow 170m east of Poplar Farm
    Winford
  6. Bowl barrow 230m NNE of Quarry Farm: part of the Redhill round barrow cemetery
    Wrington
  7. Bowl barrow 300m NNE of Quarry Farm: part of the Redhill round barrow cemetery
    Wrington
  8. Bowl barrow 420m ENE of Quarry Farm: part of the Redhill round barrow cemetery
    Wrington
  9. Bowl barrow 90m south-west of Bicknell Farm
    Butcombe
  10. Bowl barrow and disc barrow 600m NNW of Sandpoint Farm
    Kewstoke
  11. Bowl barrow on Shiplate Slait
    Bleadon
  12. Cadbury Camp, a small multivalate hillfort on Cadbury Hill
    Clapton-in-Gordano
  13. Chapel at Lower Court
    Long Ashton
  14. Churchyard cross at St John's Church, Weston-super-Mare
    Weston-super-Mare
  15. Churchyard cross in All Saints churchyard
    Kingston Seymour
  16. Churchyard cross in St Andrew's churchyard
    Congresbury
  17. Churchyard cross in St Andrew's churchyard
    Loxton
  18. Churchyard cross in St Andrew's churchyard
    Backwell
  19. Churchyard cross in St Bridget's churchyard, Chelvey
    Brockley
  20. Churchyard cross in St John The Evangelist's churchyard
    Kenn
  21. Churchyard cross in St Mary and St Peter's churchyard
    Winford
  22. Churchyard cross in St Mary's churchyard
    Yatton
  23. Churchyard cross in St Michael's churchyard
    Dundry
  24. Congresbury village cross
    Congresbury
  25. Cross in St Lawrence's churchyard
    Wick St. Lawrence
  26. Deserted medieval farmstead 420m south of Gout House Farm
    Banwell
  27. Deserted medieval farmstead and part of a Romano-British field system 400m north of Fenswood Farm
    Long Ashton
  28. Deserted medieval settlement 300m ESE of Wraxall House
    Wraxall and Failand
  29. Dolebury Camp: a large univallate hillfort and associated and later earthworks on Dolebury Warren
    Churchill
  30. Duck decoy, 250m south of Black Rock Villas
    Portishead
  31. Elms Colliery
    Nailsea
  32. Iron Age defended settlement 400m south of Manor Farm
    Wraxall and Failand
  33. Large univallate hillfort on Cadbury Hill
    Congresbury
  34. Littleton gunpowder works at Powdermill Farm
    Winford
  35. Long barrow 350m south-west of Cornerpool Farm
    Wrington
  36. Long barrow on Redhill
    Wrington
  37. Manorial settlement at Weston Manor
    Weston-in-Gordano
  38. Medieval estate boundary earthwork on Shute Shelve Hill
    Winscombe and Sandford
  39. Minor Romano-British villa 650m north-east of Hewish Farm
    Puxton
  40. Moated site 230m south east of St Peter and St Paul's Church
    Weston-in-Gordano
  41. Moated site at Nye Farm
    Winscombe and Sandford
  42. Motte and bailey castle 650m NNW of Sandpoint Farm
    Kewstoke
  43. Motte and bailey castle and associated earthworks south of Locking Head Farm
    Locking
  44. Motte at Castle Batch
    Weston-super-Mare
  45. Nailsea Glassworks
    Nailsea
  46. Oval barrow on Felton Hill 100m east of The Round House
    Wrington
  47. Parts of a minor Romano-British villa and later medieval barn 545m south east of St Mary's Well
    Portishead
  48. Roman settlement and associated industrial remains and field system north-east of Winthill Farm
    Banwell
  49. Roman settlement, part of an associated field system and earlier Iron Age settlement remains at Gatc
    Long Ashton
  50. Romano-British villa, Banwell
    Banwell
  51. Shrunken medieval village of Christon and associated field system 200m north of Manor Farm
    Loxton
  52. Slight univallate hillfort 115m east of Brockley Cottage
    Brockley
  53. Slight univallate hillfort 150m east of Cleeve Court
    Cleeve
  54. Slight univallate hillfort and associated earthworks on Burrington Ham
    Burrington
  55. Slight univallate hillfort and associated settlement remains 300m north-east of Cleeve Court
    Cleeve
  56. Slight univallate hillfort at Wain's Hill
    Clevedon
  57. Slight univallate hillfort on Conygar Hill
    Portbury
  58. Slight univallate hillfort, two avenues, saucer barrow, regular aggregate field system and associate
    Walton-in-Gordano
  59. Standing stone 150m south-east of Yarberry Farm
    Banwell
  60. Stokeleigh Camp: a promontory fort in Leigh Woods
    Long Ashton
  61. Two bowl barrows 400m north-east of Quarry Farm: part of the Redhill round barrow cemetery
    Wrington
  62. Two bowl barrows on Shiplate Slait
    Bleadon
  63. Two confluent bowl barrows on Felton Hill
    Wrington
  64. Wick St Lawrence village cross
    Wick St. Lawrence
  65. Woodspring Priory and associated fishponds and field system
    Kewstoke
  66. Worlebury Camp: a large multivallate hillfort on Worlebury Hill
    Weston-super-Mare

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