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
I find this a fascinating site. The location provides great views all around the Moffat hills and down Annandale. The shape of the fort is well defined and despite centuries of agriculture and even the use of the hills for military training in WW2,it remains a hillfort. Frustratingly I cannot [...]
Don gillespie, 22 June 2016
I remember having a wonderful time at Pilgrims Fort. There's even a song that comes to mind. Although I went to Rockmount Primary in Norwood, I seem to think the trip was related to my time in the Brownies in Norwood, rather than to do with school.I guess I went [...]
Sue Adams, 17 June 2016
Taken from the information board: MONEYBURY HILL BARROW The raised ground in front of you is part of an area known as Moneybury Hill on Pitstone Common. This mound,thought to be a 4000 year old bronze age burial barrow, is a nationally important scheduled monument. It may have been the grave of a prominent local figure [...]
carolynn langley, 13 June 2016
About half a mile to the north of Burton Howe at NZ 60410 04222 is a Guide Stone known as the Ingleby Moor Hand Stone. It has the following Information carved on its East , West and South Faces. There is nothing on the North Face West Face [...]
John D Hunter, 2 June 2016
This village or the last remains of the village are still there to be seen, or at least the foundations including the door steps, easier to see in winter when the vegetation dies back, the site was used from the 12th century until 1930 when the last of the homes [...]
Jason Rafferty, 27 May 2016
Philip has spelt 'their' wrongly
Linda Whitehead, 22 May 2016
Stumbled across this today on a walk around Conyfield Woods. A lovely area currently bedecked in bluebells. I had to research when I got home as there was no signage stating what I was looking at. Clearly of interest as it was fenced off. The fence and a stile to access [...]
Ray Crowther, 15 May 2016
Sadly this ancient structure is damaged with alarming regularity every two years; Feb 2006, Oct 2008, Jul 2010, Feb 2012, Dec 2013 and Mar 2016. The damage is always to the same part of the bridge i.e. the northeast end of the downstream parapet, at an average cost of around £4000. [...]
John Andre, 24 April 2016
Found Bronze Age Axe Head on a farm in this area.Metal Detc.Sunday 10th April.2016.Tel:-0151 638 7736
Frank Pearson, 14 April 2016
There was another mine in Rosedale West , this was Sheriffs Pit which is about 2 miles NW of Hollins Mine (Also known as Low Works). In the comments of Image #1 previously uploaded which shows the Calcining Kilns above Hollins Mine I had surmised that the ore from Sheriffs [...]
John D Hunter, 29 March 2016
There was a sanctuary here in 1169 perhaps the cross is something to do with that, in 1291 Philip Cornwallis endowed a chantry chapel in the churchyard of St Austell.
Julie Mainstone-Smith, 8 March 2016
My untrained eye was unable to see any evidence of the Hut Circle at the grid reference given . I have uploaded a photo taken just above the grid reference which I have outlined in red.
John D Hunter, 4 March 2016