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Scheduled Monuments in West Berkshire

  1. A double bell barrow, a saucer barrow and four bowl barrows, 450m south-east of Sevenbarrows House:
    Lambourn
  2. Aldermaston Lock
    Beenham
  3. Bell barrow 250m north-west of Larkwhistle Farm
    Brimpton
  4. Bell barrow 400m north-east of Postdown Farm: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  5. Bockhampton deserted medieval village
    Lambourn
  6. Boundary ditch east of Near Down
    Lambourn
  7. Bowl barrow 240m east of Sevenbarrows House: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  8. Bowl barrow 250m north of Sevenbarrows House: Part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  9. Bowl barrow 270m north-east of Sevenbarrows House: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  10. Bowl barrow 300m north of Postdown Farm: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  11. Bowl barrow 300m south of Everington Hill Cottage
    Frilsham
  12. Bowl barrow 390m north of Sevenbarrows House: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  13. Bowl barrow 670m east of Rowbury Farm
    Leckhampstead
  14. Bowl barrow 700m north-west of Nodmoor Corner
    Chaddleworth
  15. Bowl barrow in Stephen's Firs: an outlier to a barrow cemetery in Holden's Firs
    Stratfield Mortimer
  16. Bowl barrow in the north-west corner of Town Copse
    Aldworth
  17. Bowl barrow north of Holden's Firs: part of the Holden's Firs barrow cemetery
    Stratfield Mortimer
  18. Bowl barrow on Barrow Hill
    Peasemore
  19. Bowl barrow on Barrow Hill, Hungerford Newtown
    Hungerford
  20. Bowl barrow on Farncombe Down, 500m south west of Baydon Hole
    Lambourn
  21. Bowl barrow: part of a barrow cemetery in Holden's Firs
    Stratfield Mortimer
  22. Bussock camp
    Winterbourne
  23. Chapel of St Leonard, Manor Farm
    Brimpton
  24. Cruise missile shelter complex, Greenham Common Airbase
    Greenham
  25. Disc barrow 700m north-east of Sevenbarrows House: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  26. Ditch on Boydon Hole Farm
    Lambourn
  27. Donnington Castle: a quadrangular castle and 17th century fieldwork.
    Shaw cum Donnington
  28. Dovecote 60m north of Place Manor Cottage
    Streatley
  29. East Ilsley Down round barrows
    East Ilsley
  30. Eling Roman villa
    Yattendon
  31. Fognam Clump and adjacent field system See also WILTSHIRE 915
    Lambourn
  32. Fognam Clump field system See also WEST BERKSHIRE 99
    Lambourn
  33. Four bowl barrows 400m south-east of Sevenbarrows House: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  34. Grim's Bank: section extending 240yds (220m) east of Padworth Gully
    Padworth
  35. Grim's Bank: section extending 300yds (275m) in Church Plantation
    Ufton Nervet
  36. Grim's Bank: section extending 420yds (400m) in Old Park and Raven Hill, Ufton Park
    Padworth
  37. Grim's Bank: section extending 470yds (430m) in Little Heath
    Aldermaston
  38. Grim's Bank: section extending 560yds (510m) in Pennsylvania Wood, Ufton Park
    Ufton Nervet
  39. Grim's Bank: section extending 880yds (795m) in Old Warren
    Aldermaston
  40. Grim's Bank: section extending south west 900yds (825m) from New Plantation, Ufton Park, to a point
    Padworth
  41. Grim's Ditch: section 1 mile long east from Southfield Shaw to Streatley parish boundary
    Aldworth
  42. Grim's Ditch: two sections in Portobello Wood, Holies Shaw and High Holies Wood Gap
    Streatley
  43. Grimsbury Castle
    Hermitage
  44. Lambourn Cross
    Lambourn
  45. Litten Chapel
    Newbury
  46. Long barrow 400m north west of Sevenbarrows House
    Lambourn
  47. Long barrow at Combe Gibbet, Gallows Down.
    Combe
  48. Long barrow on Sheep Down, 1km north of East Ilsley
    East Ilsley
  49. Lowbury Hill camp
    Aldworth
  50. Maddle Farm Roman settlement
    Lambourn
  51. Medieval field system west of Woolhampton
    Midgham
  52. Moated manorial site 200m north-west of East Field Copse
    Brimpton
  53. Moated Manorial Site at Beaumy's Castle, 200m north-east of Priory Farm
    Beech Hill
  54. Moated site and three fishponds at Ufton Nervet
    Ufton Nervet
  55. Moated site and two fishponds, Moathouse Cottage
    Sulhamstead
  56. Moated site at Balsdon Farm
    Kintbury
  57. Moated site at Hug Ditch Court
    Great Shefford
  58. Monkey Marsh Lock, Kennet and Avon Canal
    Thatcham
  59. Motte and bailey castles, fishponds, deserted medieval village and manor site north east of St Mary'
    Hampstead Marshall
  60. Motte at Hampstead Norreys, 250m south-west of St Mary's Church
    Hampstead Norreys
  61. Motte in Hamstead Marshall Park, 340m north east of The Dower House
    Hampstead Marshall
  62. Park Pale in Hamstead Marshall Park
    Hampstead Marshall
  63. Perborough Castle
    Compton
  64. Remains of St John the Baptist church at Ufton Green Farm
    Ufton Nervet
  65. Round barrow at Ufton Nervet 190m south-west of Island Farm Cottage
    Ufton Nervet
  66. Round barrow cemetery at Brimpton Common
    Brimpton
  67. Round barrow cemetery at Holden's Firs
    Stratfield Mortimer
  68. Round barrow cemetery at Seven Barrows, Lambourn
    Lambourn
  69. Round barrow cemetery on Wash Common.
    Newbury
  70. Seven fishponds at Ufton Court
    Ufton Nervet
  71. Sheffield (or Shenfield) Lock
    Burghfield
  72. Sparsholt Down round barrow, 900m north of Seven Barrows round barrow cemetery
    Lambourn
  73. Two bowl barrows 300m north-east of Sevenbarrows House: part of the Seven Barrows cemetery
    Lambourn
  74. Two bowl barrows 500m north-east of Stancombe Farm
    Lambourn
  75. Two bowl barrows: part of a barrow cemetery on Wash Common.
    Newbury
  76. Two platform barrows and a bowl barrow 440m south of Greenway Cottages
    Fawley
  77. Walbury camp
    Combe
  78. Wansdyke, section 530yds (490m) on west side of Old Dyke Lane
    Inkpen
  79. Whatcombe deserted medieval village
    Fawley

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