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Scheduled Monuments in Swindon

  1. Barbury Castle Farm deserted Medieval village
    Wroughton
  2. Barbury Castle: a hillfort and bowl barrow
    Wroughton
  3. Barrow on Smeathe's Ridge
    Wroughton
  4. Bowl barrow 150m north of Half Moon Wood
    Wanborough
  5. Bowl barrow 200m north of Downs Barn
    Wanborough
  6. Bowl barrow 210m north east of Rushy Platt Farm
    Central Ward
  7. Bowl barrow 280m north of Downs Barn
    Wanborough
  8. Bowl barrow 350m south-west of Harley Bushes, Bishopstone Downs
    Bishopstone
  9. Bowl barrow 700m south west of Liddington Warren Farm
    Liddington
  10. Bowl barrow 750m south-east of Barbury Castle Farm
    Wroughton
  11. Bowl barrow 800m south-east of Barbury Barn
    Wroughton
  12. Bowl barrow 850m north west of North Farm
    Wanborough
  13. Bowl barrow 85m north east of Day House Cottages
    Chiseldon
  14. Bowl barrow on Hinton Downs
    Bishopstone
  15. Churchyard cross, 10m south east of St John the Baptist's Church
    Inglesham
  16. Cross in the churchyard of St John the Baptist and St Helen Photos
    Wroughton
  17. Cross in the churchyard of St Mary Photos
    Castle Eaton
  18. Disc barrow on Burderop Down, 1km north-east of Upper Herdswick Farm
    Wroughton
  19. Earthwork enclosure and dewpond 490m north of Barbury Castle
    Wroughton
  20. Field system and earthwork enclosure on Burderop Down
    Wroughton
  21. Four Highworth circles 150m north east of Pickett's Copse
    Highworth
  22. Four Highworth circles east of North Leaze Farm
    Highworth
  23. Hall Place
    Wanborough
  24. Highworth circle 200m north east of Common Farm
    Highworth
  25. Highworth circle 200m south east of Common Farm
    Highworth
  26. Highworth circle 350m north east of Common Farm
    Highworth
  27. Highworth circle 470m north east of North Leaze Farm
    Highworth
  28. Highworth circle 520m north west of North Leaze Farm
    Highworth
  29. Hillfort and lynchets on Castle Hill
    Blunsdon St Andrew
  30. Liddington Castle
    Chiseldon
  31. Linear boundary earthwork west of Liddington Castle
    Chiseldon
  32. Long barrow 700m north of Liddington Warren Farm
    Wanborough
  33. Lynchets 850m west of Ridgeway Farm Photos
    Bishopstone
  34. Medieval settlement and associated ridge and furrow south-west of Eastrop Farm
    Highworth
  35. Medieval settlement and associated ridge and furrow, West Leaze
    Wroughton
  36. Medieval settlement remains at Inglesham
    Inglesham
  37. Medieval settlement remains at Overtown
    Wroughton
  38. Medieval settlement remains at Sevenhampton
    Highworth
  39. Medieval settlement remains immediately south east of Fresden Farm
    Highworth
  40. Remains of Holy Rood Church, The Lawn, Old Town
    Old Town Ward
  41. Roman pottery 140m SSW of Tewkesbury Cross Photos
    Lydiard and Freshbrook Ward
  42. Roman rural sanctuary on Groundwell Ridge, east of Lady Lane
    Blunsdon St Andrew
  43. Roman villa 530m west of Stanton House
    Stanton Fitzwarren
  44. Roman villa 630m south west of Starveall Farm
    Bishopstone
  45. Saucer barrow: part of a barrow cemetery west of Barbury Castle
    Wroughton
  46. Site of Roman town, west of Wanborough House
    Wanborough
  47. Site of watermill 290m south east of West Leaze
    Wroughton
  48. Stone circle immediately north east of Day House, Coate
    Chiseldon
  49. Three bowl barrows: part of a barrow cemetery west of Barbury Castle
    Wroughton
  50. Three Highworth circles 600m east of North Leaze Farm Photos
    Highworth
  51. Two bowl barrows 680m north of Upper Herdswick Farm, Barbury Down
    Wroughton
  52. Two bowl barrows in Shipley Bottom
    Liddington
  53. Two earthwork enclosures and a linear earthwork 625m north of Barbury Castle
    Wroughton
  54. Two Highworth circles 250m and 325m north of Eastrop Farm
    Highworth
  55. Two Highworth circles 600m south east of North Leaze Farm
    Highworth

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