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Turnpike Road from nr Seckington to nr Newton Regis
1 The original turnpike road has been destroyed by recent road widening schemes. 2 Shown on OS map. 3 Shown on OS map. 4 Note referring to 1.
A Toll Road. It was built during the Post Medieval or Imperial period and runs from a location 700m west of Seckington to Newton Regis.
Site of Post-Medieval Timber house, Church Lane, Seckington
1 A photograph taken in 1891 shows a house with typical 17th century square timbering, with later brick infill. This was attached to a low, single storey timber building. ...
The site of a house, Post Medieval in date with typical 17th century square timbering. The site is situated on Church Lane, Seckington.
Old Hall Farm, Seckington
1 Previously known as Seckington Old Hall. A complex of buildings of all periods from the late 18th century to the present day. There has been no modernisation ...
A farmstead, a series of brick buildings dating from the Imperial period and also of modern date. The farmstead is located 130m south east of All Saints Church.
Disused Quarries, Hangmans Lane, Seckington
1 Sandstone quarries on both sides of the road. The backs of the quarries show bare rock, and in some places may once have had buildings built within them ...
Sandstone quarries from which stone was obtained for use as a building material during the Imperial period. The quarries are situated on either side of Hangmans Lane, Seckington.
Church Farm, Hangmans Lane, Seckington
1 Early 19th century brick farmhouse with tile roof, moulded wood doorcase and barred segmental fanlight (raised on high steps). The windows are original. 2 Listed Building description.
A farmhouse built of brick with a tile roof. It dates to the Imperial period and is situated on Hangmans Lane, Seckington.
Disused Quarry to N of Seckington
1 Sandstone quarry showing as a bumpy field.
A disused sandstone quarry of unknown date. It is visible as an area of uneven ground and is situated north of Seckington.
Seckington Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement based on the OS map of 1885, 3NW. 2 There are two entries for Seckington in Domesday. The grid reference in the Phillimore ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Seckington based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1885.
Possible Enclosure S of Seckington
2 Possible enclosure shows faintly on an aerial photograph.
A possible enclosure of unknown date shows as cropmark on aerial photographs and is located 225m west of Hangmans Lane.
Possible Ring Ditches S of Seckington
2 A number of possible ring ditches show as crop marks. The marks are not very clear and the relationship to ridge and furrow in the same field is also ...
Several Prehistoric (early Neolithic to late Bronze Age) possible ring ditches, which are visible as crop marks on aerial photographs. They are situated west of Hangmans Lane and 600m south of Seckington.
Seckington Old Hall garden, Seckington
1 Seckington Old Hall, Seckington. Now called Secking Old Hall Farm. Lovie reports the late C17th/early C18th farm with early C19th garden façade, pond and kitchen garden.
Early C19th garden façade, pond and kitchen garden.
Toll road 110m NE of Seckington to No Man's Heath
1 Recently built over by road widening scheme. Milestones existed at SK2708 and SK2808, now both destroyed. 3 A turnpike road established between 1750 and 1775.
A turnpike road or toll road, whose upkeep and repair was financed by the extraction of a toll from travellers. It was established in the Imperial period between 1750 and 1775. It is situated 110m north east of Seckington and runs to No Man's Heath.
1 Perfect little earthwork of the moated mount and court type (eg motte and bailey) in an excellent high position. The mound is conical: 9 M high, 43/46 M diam ...
A Medieval motte and bailey castle surviving as an earthwork. It is located to the north west edge of Seckington on the southern side of the B5493.
All Saints Church, Seckington
1 Chancel, nave, W tower with spire and S porch, all rebuilt early 14th century. Tower and spire restored 1883. 2 Chancel is probably of late 13th century origin, although E ...
The parish church of All Saints, Seckington. The church was built in the Medieval period, with later alterations in the 14th and 19th centuries. The church is located 75m to the north west of the Seckington Old Hall.
Burial at Seckington Old Hall
1 In 1957 two farm cottages were built at Seckington Old Hall and two skeletons were found side by side facing E with graves hewn into the rock. The bones ...
The site of a burial. The skeletal remains of two individuals, one male, were found in a pit. The burial dates to the Medieval period and was situated 20m southeast of Seckington Old Hall.
Findspot - Migration or Early Medieval brooch fragment
1 /Desc Text /Symons D /1994 / / / /WMB /Y /
Findspot - a fragment of an Anglo-Saxon brooch dating to the Migration or Early Medieval periods was found north of Newton Lane, Seckington.
Site of Milestone
1 A milestone is shown on 1883 OS map. 2 A milestone existed at the above NGR but is now destroyed.
The site of a milestone, a stone set up by the side of a road to mark the distance from one location to another. It dates to the Imperial period and was situted on the south side of the B5493, northwest of Seckington.
Fishpond at Seckington
1 Fishpond marked on OS map of 1885. 2 Still in use as a pond.
A fishpond, used for the breeding and storing of fish, dating to the Imperial period. The fishpond is marked on the OS map of 1885 and is located at Seckington Old Hall.
Site of Windmill SW of Seckington
1 Site of windmill marked on OS map of 1900.
The site of a windmill dating to the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1900. It is situated 500m SW of Seckington.
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