Ancient Monuments

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08/00007/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monuments - Deer Park Part 8 Mercaston Lane Mercaston Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 8 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00001/ANCMON

20/Oct/1976
Dethick, Lea and Holloway Ancient Mounument - Railway Aqueduct Wirksworth Road Whatstandwell Matlock Derbyshire
Buxton Matlock Railway Aqueduct
08/00002/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Mounument - Deer Park Part 3 Muggintonlane End Weston Underwood Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 3 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00003/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monument - Deer Park Part 1 Mercaston Lane Mercaston Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 1 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00005/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monument - Deer Park Part 9 Mercaston Lane Mercaston Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 9 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00006/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monuments - Deer Park Part 10 Mercaston Lane Mercaston Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 10 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00008/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monuments - Deer Park Part 7 Mercaston Lane Mercaston Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 7 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00009/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monument - Deer Park Part 5 Mercaston Lane Mercaston Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 5 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00010/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monument - Deer Park Part 4 Mercaston Lane Turnditch Belper Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 4 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00011/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monuments - Deer Park Part 6 Mercaston Lane Turnditch Belper Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 6 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00012/ANCMON

29/Mar/1993
Mapperley Ancient Monument - Park Hall Moated Site Park Hall Road Denby Ripley Derbyshire
Park Hall Moated Site, Well Enclosure
08/00013/ANCMON

2/May/1962
Aldercar and Langley Mill Remains Of Codnor Castle Castle Lane Codnor Park Ironville Derbyshire
Codnor Castle was a Norman earthwork motte and bailey fortress, founded by William Peveril. In the 13th century, Henry de Gray founded the stone castle, by adding a citadel on the angle of a large inner bailey curtain wall. On the site of the motte, stands a ruinous 14th century three storey chamber block, with fragments of lodgings built against a curtain wall, flanked by rectangular turrets. The two wards are divided by a curtain wall, flanked by a twin towered gatehouse and round angle towers. In the lower ward, is a length of high curtain wall with a projecting garderobe turret and a 17th century farmhouse, with earlier masonry.
08/00014/ANCMON

1/Jan/0001
South Wingfield Ancient Monument - Castle Hill Camp Roman Fortlet Chesterfield Road Pentrich Ripley Derbyshire
Castle Hill Camp Roman Fortlet
08/00015/ANCMON

24/Aug/1998
Ripley Former Morley Park Furnaces Street Lane Ripley Derbyshire
Morley Park has been worked for coal and ironstone since 1372, the remains of bell-pits being uncovered during recent opencasting. There was some frame-work knitting and 'Tenter' Lane suggests there was also weaving and finishing cloth although tentering is also associated with milling
08/00016/ANCMON

10/Jun/1997
South Wingfield Ruins Of Wingfield Manor House Manor Road South Wingfield Alfreton Derbyshire
The remains of a medieval great house built in the mid-C15 for Ralph, Lord Cromwell. In its final form, it is a double courtyard great house comprising an inner court to the north and a larger outer court to the south. After Cromwell's death in 1456 the manor was sold to to the Earl of Shrewsbury and remained with that family until 1678 when it was bought by Immanuel Halton who built a house in the shell of the great hall. The site was abandoned in C18 though a section of the cross range was converted to a Wingfield Manor House
08/00017/ANCMON

13/Jun/1996
Duffield Duffield Castle (Remains Of) Lime Avenue Duffield Belper Derbyshire
Duffield Castle
08/00018/ANCMON

1/Jan/0001
Duffield Duffield Bridge Makeney Road Duffield Belper Derbyshire
Duffield Bridge This bridge pases over the River Derwent, it was built in 1812. If you stand next to the Bridge Inn pub you can see a stone on the side of the bridge which reads "May 1812"
08/00019/ANCMON

9/May/1994
Horsley Ancient Monument - Horsley Tower Keep Castle Coxbench Road Coxbench Derby Derbyshire
Horsley Tower Keep Castle was a Norman earthwork motte and bailey fortress, founded by Ralph de Buron. In the 1200s, King John founded the stone castle and added a keep, a chapel, a gatehouse and a barbican. Sadly the castle has been completely dismantled and disturbed by quarrying, with the only substantial remains being of the keep, which is defended by wide deep ditches to the north and east. Built into a boss of rock, which stands against the steep banks of the Bottle Brook, the most prominent features, are a fragment of wall with a sloping plinth and the remains of an angle tower, with a square mural chamber.
08/00020/ANCMON

1/Aug/1962
Denby Ancient Monument - Roman Rykneld Street Ryknield Hill Denby Ripley Derbyshire
Rykneld Street Section of Roman Road South of Ticknall Hill
08/00021/ANCMON

29/Sep/1993
Mapperley Ancient Monuments - Moated Site Mapperley Lane Mapperley Ilkeston Derbyshire
Moated site in Mapperley Park Wood
08/00022/ANCMON

20/Jul/1999
Mackworth Ancient Monument - Medieval Settlement 1 Lower Road Mackworth Derby Derbyshire
Remains of C15 gatehouse, which formerly led to the courtyard of fortified manor house. The standing remains comprise the facade and part of the outer side walls of a two storey sandstone building. On the ground floor is a round arched central gateway which, originally, would have been flanked by side chambers containing staircases, leading to the guard chamber on the upper floor. The surviving walls of the first floor guardchamber exhibit evidence of a fireplace and show that the room was lit by straight headed, two light windows. The roof is crenellated and has corner turrets. The facade of the building is decorated above the gateway with carved stone heads and waterspouts.
08/00023/ANCMON

20/Jul/1999
Mackworth Ancient Monument - Medieval Settlement 2 Lower Road Mackworth Derby Derbyshire
Mackworth Medieval settlement including the castle gatehouse, part of the medieval open field system and a pinfold - Part 1
08/00024/ANCMON

20/Jul/1999
Mackworth Ancient Monument - Medieval Settlement 3 Lower Road Mackworth Derby Derbyshire
Mackworth Medieval settlement including the castle gatehouse, part of the medieval open field system and a pinfold - Part 2
08/00026/ANCMON

20/Jul/1999
Mackworth Ancient Monument - Medieval Settlement 5 Lower Road Mackworth Derby Derbyshire
Mackworth Medieval settlement including the castle gatehouse, part of the medieval open field system and a pinfold - Part 4
08/00027/ANCMON

20/Jul/1999
Mackworth Ancient Monument - Medieval Settlement 6 Lower Road Mackworth Derby Derbyshire
Mackworth Medieval settlement including the castle gatehouse, part of the medieval open field system and a pinfold - Part 5
08/00028/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Weston Underwood Ancient Monument - Deet Farm Part 2 Muggintonlane End Weston Underwood Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Farm Part 2 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00029/ANCMON

29/Sep/1993
Shottle and Postern Ancient Monuments - Moated Site Chequer Lane Shottle Belper Derbyshire
Moated Site North Of Dannah Farm
08/00030/ANCMON

3/Feb/1977
Alderwasley Ancient Monument - Alderwasley Chapel Chapel Hill Alderwasley Belper Derbyshire
Alderwasley Chapel (St. Margaret's) -
08/00025/ANCMON

20/Jul/1999
Mackworth Ancient Monument - Medieval Settlement 4 Lower Road Mackworth Derby Derbyshire
Mackworth Medieval settlement including the castle gatehouse, part of the medieval open field system and a pinfold - Part 3
08/00004/ANCMON

9/Mar/2004
Ravensdale Park Ancient Monument - Deer Park Part 2 Mercaston Lane Mercaston Ashbourne Derbyshire
Ravensdale Deer Park Part 11 The monument includes the earth work and buried remains of Ravensdale deer park and those of the associated lodge, mill, fishpond and trackway, The park sits in an undulating landscape which sloopes generally to the south. The park was a distinctive part of the Royal Forest of Duffield Frith which since 1285 had been essentially run as a Royal Forest with its own Forest Courts.
08/00031/ANCMON

22/Sep/2003
Weston Underwood Mugginton Medieval Settlement Church Lane Mugginton Ashbourne Derbyshire
Muggington medieval settlement and part of the an open field system
16/00026/ANCMON

9/Jan/2013
Ripley Butterley Tunnel Off Butterley Row Ripley Derbyshire
Butterly Works blast furnaces, canal tunnel and underground wharf
16/00027/ANCMON

26/Feb/2015
Crich Butterley Gangroad Of Bobbin Mill Hill Fritchley Belper Derbyshire
Fritchley Tunnel, Butterley Gangroad
16/00028/ANCMON

28/Jul/2016
Turnditch and Windley Moated Site West Of Farnah Hall Wirksworth Road Duffield Belper Derbyshire
Windley Moated Manorial Complex

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