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Abbey Dore Village Hall

Building: 4943

mid C19, stone with brick additions(1893)

Dore Bridge

Building: 5979

Probably early C19, probably with earlier origins. Sandstone rubble & sandstone detailing. Two spans each with segmental heads and dressed voussoirs.

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...

Jury Bridge

Building: 5992

Probably mid C19, possibly with earlier origins. Sandstone rubble & sandstone detailing. Single span, segmental arch with projecting key-stones & string course above; parapets have flat copings

Stables to north east of the Old Rectory

Building: 5993

Early C19. Sandstone rubble, brick, stone slate roof, brick end stacks with sandstone dressings.

The Old Rectory

Building: 6003

Possibly C17 origins with alterations & enlargements in early & late C19. Roughly coursed sandstone rubble, brick, Welsh slate roofs, brick stacks.

Gates & Gate Piers to north of the Old Rectory

Building: 6004

Probably early C18. Wrought iron gates, finely cut red and grey sandstone gate piers, square in plan, slightly chamfered with cornices & pyramidical cappings.

Moorhampton Bridge & abutments to west

Building: 6005

Probably mid C19. Roughly coursed sandstone rubble with sandstone dressings. Single segmental arch with projecting keystone set in square-headed recessed panel.
(Part is in Bacton Parish)