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Scheduled Monuments in South Gloucestershire

  1. Banjo enclosure 245m north west of Lower Hazel Farm
    Olveston
  2. Bowl barrow 555m SSW of Turnpike Farm
    Tormarton
  3. Bowl barrow 75m north of Gingell's Farm
    Pucklechurch
  4. Bowl barrow re-used as a moot 205m SSE of Chelwood
    Alveston
  5. Brandy Bottom Colliery, part of Parkfield Colliery
    Pucklechurch
  6. Brass works at Warmley
    Siston
  7. Bury Hill camp, Moorend
    Winterbourne
  8. Cross in St Leonard's churchyard Photos
    Tortworth
  9. Hillfort and associated Romano-British occupation at Little Abbey, Alveston
    Thornbury
  10. Iron Age defended settlement 525m ENE of Elberton Manor
    Aust
  11. Iron Age enclosed settlement and Anglo-Saxon hunting lodge 68m south west of Cranford Farm
    Pucklechurch
  12. Large multivallate hillfort 205m east of Luce's Farm
    Rockhampton
  13. Large multivallate hillfort 230m south of Cross Hands Farm
    Sodbury
  14. Long barrow 400m north-west of Fox Covert
    Tormarton
  15. Medieval enclosure 480m north west of Springwater Farm
    Bitton
  16. Medieval fishponds 125m south of Park Farm, Thornbury
    Thornbury
  17. Minor Romano-British villa 300m north west of Tapwell Bridge
    Cromhall
  18. Moated site 725m north east of Mount Pleasant Farm
    Oldland
  19. Moated site and associated features
    Iron Acton
  20. Oldbury Camp: an Iron Age fort at Oldbury-on-Severn
    Oldbury-upon-Severn
  21. Olveston Court moat complex and earthworks
    Olveston
  22. Part of a linear boundary 590m north of Noade's Leaze Farm
    Cold Ashton
  23. Promontory fort 375m south west of Highfold Farm
    Horton
  24. Ram Hill Colliery and dramway
    Westerleigh
  25. Roman villa and bathhouse remains in Lower Woods, 115m north west of Lower Woods Lodge
    Hawkesbury
  26. Roman villa remains 290m south east of Springfield Farm
    Horton
  27. Romano-British settlement east of Sir Bevil Granville's Monument
    Cold Ashton
  28. Round barrow 245m south of Barrow Lodge
    Bitton
  29. Ruin of St Helen's Church, Rudgeway
    Alveston
  30. Single-span bridge called Horse Bridge 260m WSW of Chase Hill House
    Wickwar
  31. Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument
    Cold Ashton
  32. Slight univallate hillfort 260m north west of Brook Farm
    Tytherington
  33. Slight univallate hillfort 985m north east of Talbot Farm
    Dyrham and Hinton
  34. Small multivallate hillfort 660m east of Whitfield Farm
    Cromhall
  35. Standing cross 240m north west of Holly Hill Farm
    Iron Acton
  36. The buried remains of the medieval fortified house and the C16 privy garden at Thornbury Castle
    Thornbury
  37. Tump Barn bowl barrow
    Hawkesbury
  38. Two bowl barrows 1130m east of Lower Lapdown Farm
    Tormarton
  39. Wickwar Roman small town 680m WNW of Hall End Farm
    Wickwar

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