This site aims to list every scheduled monument in the British Isles. Each monument page includes the geographic location of the monument and, where possible, Google and OS maps of the location. Where available, the official monument description is also shown.
As well as the official data, we also have user-contributed notes and photos. Over time, this is expected to build to a comprehensive user-contributed database of Britian's ancient monuments.
Recent Visitor Contributions
Built by William Botterell c1180 on a steep prominence in the Jordan Valley beside what is now Dunn Street, from the Cornish 'dun' or castle. Motte and bailey type. Originally wood atop a flat topped conical mound. Later stone built. William of Worcester 1461 -'Castrum vocatum Botreaux Castel distat per [...]
A Knight, 30 April 2015
The OSGB Grid reference of this site is SP 630 091
Carl, 23 April 2015
Around the year 1144 AD a band of renegade soldiers arrived at a small hillock on the edge of the great fen near Woodwalton. They were led by a Norman called Ernald de Mandeville, an illegitimate son of Geoffrey de Mandeville who had been made Earl of Essex by King [...]
John Northall, 20 April 2015
I went to Pilgrim Fort in 1966 when I was at Whitehore Manor Junior School (I still have my camp diary 50 years later!). I also went there many times in the following years for weekend camps when I was in the 68th Croydon Scout troop. Always loved it there! I [...]
Colin Vogt, 1 April 2015
I could find nothing visible at the location given.The cairn shown close by on the OS map is at SE 59825 97329 and I could find nothing at this location either
John D Hunter, 29 March 2015
Clapton Hall is a renaming originally Southhall or Suffhall manor as cited in Domesday as being in Saxon times one of many manors held by Ansgar the Staller ?standardbearer to Harold II. Interestingly the field to the south of the manor complex is recorded as Postern field in the tithe [...]
Simon Coxall, 24 March 2015
I went to Pilgrims Fort in 1939 with Norbury Manor School. I don't remember much except that we did a lot of walking, drawing and examining wild flowers. My general impression is that it was a happy time. I am writing up my memories and googled it to see where it is located.
Barbara Bond, 22 March 2015
I had a look at google-earth on that spot and the fields around the farm, especially to the west and south-west are full of crop marks. I wonder if there is really "only" medieval field boundaries. I would love to here a specialists thoughts on that. All the best Julia Schwenn
Julia Schwenn, 20 March 2015
Very Low Lying can just make out slight rise in the ground with indentation in the centre. Not practical to take photo with my camera as nothing stands out, the slight rise in the ground just blends in with the rest of the vegetation
John D Hunter, 9 March 2015
I have aerial photographs of this site and if anybody is interested in viewing them please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Cole, 28 February 2015
I have a set of aerial photographs of this site showing extensive cropmarks of the Roman town. If anybody is interested in viewing them please contact me at email@example.com
Chris Cole, 28 February 2015
The trench was built for target markers on a firing range. The bank in front of the trench contains a large number of bullets, and there are some scars on the oak tree behind it.
Adrian Armishaw, 22 February 2015