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
Opened in 1857,Jesse Shirley’s Bone and Flint Mill is the only remaining operational steam driven potters’ mill in the world. It operated commercially until 1972 producing ground bone, flint and Cornish stone used by the pottery industry to produce English porcelain, better known as bone china. It also [...]
Bernard Lovatt, 3 November 2015
C.13th Century seven bay warehouse used by the Benedictine monks of Selby Abbey for trade on the River Ouse. The building's original entrance has two flat French arches, unlike, it is believed, any other medieval building in the U.K. There is also a late 18th/early 19th century counting house attached N.W. end.
Jake Holliday, 3 November 2015
The correct Parish is Beaumont cum Moze, as the site lies to the north of the water course which forms the Parish Boundary with the neighbouring parish of Thorpe-le-Soken to the South.
Peter Cannons, 1 November 2015
The young people at ZFL in Thetford built a new bridge specifically designed for ease of use by wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Sharon Southwell, 22 October 2015
October 2015 This site and the surrounding fields were extensively surveyed using ground radar by a building consortium (Pye Homes/Blenheim Estates that own the land) in readyness for a propsed 1200 housing development. As the land straddled Cherwell District Council and West Oxfordshire District Council responsibilty, the application approval was split [...]
Peter Boon, 18 October 2015
The Tidal mill wall still stands. Its purpose was to trap the incoming tide, allowing the mill to work once it fell enough to provide a fall. The Mill was undershot and stood on the large rock at the southern end. The mill leet is evident (but blocked) while the [...]
Adam R, 14 October 2015
Just off the main track is a plaque on a small stone post at SE 84777 94037 this is about 150 ft in front of the barrow . The plaque says as follows. “These three barrows were built as burial mounds about 3 to 4000 years ago for the [...]
John D Hunter, 7 October 2015
I have a vivid memory of going camping at Pilgrims fort. I went to Fieldway primary and we went camping there last year of primary school. I can just remember on the trip a lake and seeing dragonflies. I still try and look this lake up to this day, [...]
Ally, 6 October 2015
Maurice Beresford in his 'Deserted Villages of England' researched in some depth the deserted village of East Lilling. His book outlines some interesting information about the village.
Dr. Nicholas Tomaszewski, 6 October 2015
Very early Stone Age monument in danger of being built over anyday now! Some archeologists believe it to be of international significance, and it hasn't been properly or thoroughly studied yet.
J happy, 27 September 2015
I stayed at Pilgrim Fort with the Brownies in 1963/64? I lived near South Norwood Lake and thought that the fort was waaaaay out in the country! We had a fabulous time there. I especially remember the tuck shop.....I have a photo on the wall of me in my Brownie [...]
Carol Crawford, 25 September 2015
The Great Merestone is a medieval boundary marker on Finlow Hill, 245m east of Mottram House, and is one of a number mentioned in a description of a perambulation of the parish and estate boundaries of May 1598. It lies on the former medieval boundary between the parishes of Nether [...]
Simon Coppock, 28 August 2015