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Goodrich Castle

Building: 169

Norman Castle, mainly C13th-14th
First mention of castle on site 1101, transformation to stone from 1204. 1631 Repairs to castle using stone from Flannesford Priory. 1647 Castle is slighted - no...

Hereford Museum

Building: 293

Victorian Gothic with a resemblance to Natural History Museums at London and Oxford. A variety of stones all from relatively distant are used, creating a variegated appearance - blue-grey sandstone...

St Michael, Bockleton

Building: 365

Late 12th century nave, mid 13th century chancel with north chapel of c.1560, 17th/early18th century west tower, church restored 1861/62 and 1867

16/18 Rowberry Street, Bromyard

Building: 457

Not originally dwelling house; left hand fragment of 19/20th century furniture showroom, probably originally stables.
Front face stone built, the rest brick. Almost entirely built from the conglo...

St Kenelm’s

Building: 920

Parish church. C13, early C14, with restorations of 1843, 1847/1853 and C20 1847/1853 restoration by James Cranston & 1968. Coursed sandstone and tufa dressings, timber-framed south porch, plain ti...

Outbuilding wall of Jaylands

Building: 947

Outbuilding adjacent to garage with rubble walls of buff and brown Carboniferous sandstone. Also contains several rounded boulders of quartzite and some cornstone with rip-up clasts

Flanesford Priory, Goodrich

Building: 5769

Sir Richard Talbot, owner of Goodrich Castle, granted a licence to found a Augustine priory on the site in 1346. The foundation stone was laid on 12th October 1346.
Priory church was built in 1446 ...

St Mary’s, Abbey Dore

Building: 5991

The Cistercian Abbey of Dore was founded by Robert FitzHarold of Ewyas about 1147. The main complex of conventual buildings was erected between the mid-12th century and 1210. The abbey was suppress...

Cider Mill Knightwick

Building: 7019

Horse driven stone cider mill, includes large stone crusher and runner.

Tower Cottage

Building: 7024

The upper half of the building is rendered, the lower half has exposed stone.
The cottage has a tower, and has been extended at one end.