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Church of St Giles – Grade II listed building.  English Heritage Building ID: 254616

C13 parish church, of which the nave was rebuilt in 1788, tower built 1828-30 by John Smalman, restoration and present porch of 1891-2 by Thomas Gordon

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Medieval Cross in St Giles’ Churchyard. Ancient Monument. A standing stone cross in the churchyard of St Giles, Chetton. The sandstone cross is of stepped form, and includes a base, socket stone and shaft, all of medieval date. Set into the top of the shaft remains are the remains of a sundial in the form of a gnomon.


Barn and Stable Range at Faintree Hall Farm Grade II listed buildings. C17 barn with C18 stable ranges and early C19 horse gin house.


Bush Farm House Grade II Listed Building. C16 and later farm house


Chetton Grange Grade II listed building. Circa 1810


Criddon Grade II listed building. Probably late C18


Eudon Burnell Grade II listed building. C16 and later


Eudon George Grade II Listed Building C17 timber framed farmhouse


Faintree Hall Grade II listed Building. Early C19


Marlbrook Bridge Grade II listed bridge. Probably late C18


North Eudon Grade II listed building. C17 Black and white farmhouse


Old House at Criddon Grade II listed building. C17


South Eudon Grade II listed Building. C17 timber framed farmhouse


Uppper Hollycott Grade II listed building. C18 to earlier timber frame


Walsbatch Manor Grade II Listed Building. Early C19


Other historic sites

Earthwork Remains Of A Deserted Settlement And Field System C.250m E Of Criddon Hall

Pool Cottage C19, a farmstead

Find In 1950s Of A Coffin C 85m W Of Pool House Part of of a stone coffin of normal medieval type with head recess and circular drainage hole in base was found here. The foot of the coffin had been destroyed by a drainage trench.

Upper House Farm Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Lower House Farm Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

A Holy Well C 150m S Of Bush Farm Formerly a holy well, dedication unknown, waters were supposed to possess a healing virtue for cripples or weakly persons. Last person dipped 1817

Site Of Unnamed Cottage C.445m S Of Lower House Farm. Possible below ground remains of a cottage of post medieval date

The Bine Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

The Stocking Farm Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Metal Milepost, On B4364, Lower Faintree A late 18th/early 19th century metal milepost. Superscription “BRIDGNORTH / 5 MILES / LUDLOW / 14 MILES”

Upper Cockshutt Farm Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Metal Milepost, On B4364, North Of Oldfield Turn. A late 18th/early 19th century metal milepost. Superscription ” CHETTON PARISH / BRIDGNORTH / 4 MILES / LUDLOW / 15 MILES”

Old Quarry, Wallsbatch Manor/Oldfield. Sandstone Quarry (Post Medieval)

Quarry, Wallsbatch Bridge Sandstone Quarry (Post Medieval)

Lower Cockshutt Farm Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Down Mill, Chetton. The site of a former corn mill/watermill of unknown date. Closed 1946

The Down Farm. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Lower Hollicott. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Sunnyside. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Tumuli C 500m Sw Of Harpswood Farm, Possibly Upcast From Coal Mining. A series of low mounds that could represent a possible barrow cemetery of probable Bronze Age date. The farmer has said that they are upcasts from coal mining.

Little Scottland. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Earthworks C 600m W Of The Hills Farm. Earthworks representing a possible round barrow of probable Bronze Age date. It has also been suggested that the earthworks are the result of coal working.

Hill Cottage. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

The Hills. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Eudon George Mill. The site of a former watermill of unknown date

Coal Workings, Eudon Mill. The site of post medieval coal workings.

Eudon Mill. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Coal Workings, Eudon Burnell. Coal Workings (Post Medieval)

Cropmarks Of An Enclosure C 600m Sw Of Marlbrook Bridge. Cropmarks of a single-ditched enclosure with rounded edges of probable Iron Age to Roman date

South Eudon. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Picklebatch. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Milestone On B4373, Opposte Lodge House, North Of Glazeley. A late 18th/early 19th century milestone, with missing metal plate.

Oldfields Farm. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Arksley Farm. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Lower Faintree Farm. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

The Drailes. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Hillhead. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Tedsill Home Farm. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Tedstill House Farm. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Marlbrook. Farmstead (Early 19th century to Unknown)

Site Of Vallets Farmstead C.590m Se Of Heath House. Below ground remains of Vallets farmstead



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