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Fishponds at Sherbourne Manor
1 The garden ponds at Sherbourne Manor were probably originally fishponds. 2 Marked as fishponds.
Fishponds at Sherbourne Manor, which were marked on an estate map of the mid 19th century. They are of uncertain date, and survive as the present garden ponds. The ponds are situated 600m north of the church at Sherbourne.
1 A small one-arched bridge with large stone balls to the piers crosses Sherbourne Brook to the W of the village. The bridge is dated 1800. 2 The date ...
Sherbourne Bridge was built in the Imperial period. The date 1800 is inscribed in the coping. The bridge lies 150m south west of Sherbourne Manor.
Possible Ring Ditch at Meadow Court Farm
1 Well-formed circle. 3 The cropmark is rather dubious. The N and W half of the circle is visible, but there is no obvious trace of the S or E part, ...
The site of a ring ditch, possibly of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. It is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The site is located 400m north west of Clomp Hill.
Site of Settlement 600m NE of Sherbourne Church
3 Complex area of cropmarks which probably indicate a settlement of Prehistoric and/or Roman date. A trackway (PRN 5159) runs across the site and extends across the road to the ...
A complex of linear features that are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They probably represent a settlement of Prehistoric and/or Roman date. They are situated 600m north east of the church at Sherbourne.
Site of Enclosure 400m NE of Sherbourne Church
3 Two undated enclosures, one subrectangular and one D-shaped, show on air photographs. A trackway (PRN 5159) runs from the undated settlement to the east (PRN 966) across this site. 4 ...
A subrectangular and a 'D' shaped enclosure are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. These indicate a possible settlement of unknown date. The cropmarks lie 400m NE of Sherbourne Church.
Post Medieval Pool 200m S of Northbrook
1 A large pool. 3 A large and steep dip indicates the original extent of the pool. The area ia very mossy, but now dry underfoot. 4 A square shaped pool ...
The earthworks of a pond, now dry, of Post Medieval date. It was situated 250m south west of Northbrook Spinney.
Possible Deserted Medieval Settlement to S of Northbrook
1 Northbrook House (PRN 847) was part of an ‘ancient village’. 2 In the field to the SW and SE of the present farmhouse are traces of a possible deserted settlement. ...
The possible site of a Medieval deserted settlement. Several hollow ways are visible as earthworks. The site is located 700m north west of Sherbourn Hill, Fulbrook.
All Saints Church, Sherbourne
1 Chancel, N and S chapels, nave of five bays, with N and S aisles, and NW tower with spire. Erected in 1864 by Miss Ryland at a cost of ...
The Parish Church of All Saints, Sherbourne, on the site of an earlier Medieval church. It was built during the Imperial period, with later alterations in 1882. The church is located 30m south west of the Shelbourne Churchyard Cross.
Cross in Sherbourne Churchyard
1 In the churchyard, N of the chancel, is the octagonal base of a 14th or 15th century cross retaining the remains of the moulded shaft, now 1.48m high. 2 Octagonal ...
The remains of a Medieval cross. The base, socket stone, and part of the shaft survive. It stands north of the church in the churchyard of All Saints, Sherbourne.
Findspot - Medieval Pendant
1 A pendant was found with a metal detector in 1981 at this location. No further details as to find spot or description of pendant.
Findspot - a pendant dating to the Medieval period was found in the parish of Sherbourne. The exact location of the findspot is unknown.
Lower Fulbrook Medieval Settlement
1 The extent of the medieval settlement based on the Ordnance Survey first edition 6″ map of 1886, 38NE. 2 Domesday lists Fulbrook in Ferncombe Hundred. The Phillimore edition grid reference ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement identified from an Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Undated linear cropmark
2 Undated linear cropmarks show on aerial photographs.
Linear features of unknown date and function are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are located 800m north east of the church, Sherbourne.
Church of St Peter, Sherbourne
1 Chancel, nave with clearstorey, N and S aisles, N porch and W tower. 1826 by T Rickman, with E end remodelled in 1858 by Sir Gilbert Scott, who provided ...
The Church of St Peter was built during the Imperial period near the site of the original Medieval church. It is an early example of the Gothic Revivial movement and it stands in Sherbourne.
Old Church of All Saints, Sherbourne.
1 Description: Medieval church, consisting of chancel with S chapel, nave and probably a W tower. Nave and tower rebuilt 1747. The remainder, apparently of 14th century date, ...
The site of the old Church of All Saints which was originally built in the Medieval period. The nave and tower were rebuilt in 1747. It was finally demolished around 1867 when the present church was built. It stood in Sherbourne.
Site of Trackway 500m NE of Sherbourne Church
1 Described as site no 79. 3 Trackway shows on aerial photograph. This trackway is associated with an undated settlement (PRN 966) and enclosures (PRN 967). 4 Scheduled as Warwickshire Monument No ...
The course of a trackway, possibly a drove road, of Medieval date. It is located 300m north east of the church, Sherbourne.
Turnpike road from Warwick to Stratford
1 A turnpike road established between 1750 and 1775.
A toll road from Warwick to Stratford upon Avon established during the Imperial period. Travellers would have had to pay to use the road.
Undated linear cropmark to SE of Sherbourne Hill
2 Undated linear crop marks show on aerial photographs. These marks are probably natural in origin.
A linear feature that is visible as a crop mark on aerial photographs and is undated. It is located south east of Sherbourne Hill.
Turnpike road from Warwick to Paddle Brook
1 Turnpike road, established by Acts of 1779 onwards. Part of a route from Leicester, the original Acts for which were passed in 1753-4, but which proved too unwieldy to ...
A toll road running from Warwick to Paddle Brook. Travellers would have had to pay a toll to use the road during the Imperial period.
Undated cropmark complex adjacent to Warwick Road
2 Rectangular enclosure, linear features and possible pits show on air photographs. 3 WMA summary, June 1996 excavation, where water main runs through cropmark. The north eastern ditch contained Middle ...
An undated enclosure, pits and linear features show up on aerial photograhs. Part excavation found Iron Age pottery. The site is 300m west of Sherbourne Hill.
Possible Hillfort, Sherbourne Hill
1 A possible hillfort cropmark shows up aerial photographs of this area. This could, potentially, be a small hillfort, although it has been suggested it is of geological origin. 2 An ...
A possible hillfort cropmark shows up aerial photographs of this area. This could, potentially, be a small hillfort, although it has been suggested it is of geological origin.
Findspot - Roman brooch
1 A 1st to mid 2nd century brooch found during ‘field-walking’ in this area.
Findspot - a brooch dating to the Roman period was found near Sherbourne.
Morville (Sherbourne Manor) gardens, Sherbourne
1 Morville (Sherbourne Manor), Sherbourne. Pleasure grounds with 2 lakes (old fish ponds), river frontage, large mature trees and shrubbery, herbacous border, paddock with boundary planting. Kitchen garden. Gardens open for NGS ...
Pleasure grounds with herbaceous borders, lakes, river frontage, paddock, kitchen garden. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Sherborne Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the Medieval settlement, based on the first edition 6″ Ordnance Survey map of 1886, 39NW. 2 Domesday lists it in Ferncombe Hundred. The Phillimore edition gives ...
The possible extent of the Medieval settlement in Sherbourne. The area of settlement is suggested by observations made on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Watermill to N of Castle Farm, Fulbrook.
1 There was a mill at Fulbrook worth 12s in 1086. A mill worth 100s belonged to the manor in 1220 and was leased to Thelsford Priory. By 1285 the ...
The earthwork remains of a Medieval watermill. There is documentary evidence for the mill from the Domesday survey and later. The site is at Fulbrook, 550m south of Sherbourne Hill.
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