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Site of Weston House
1 Sir Edward Belknaps house at Weston-under-Wetherley was built with the profits from sheep farming (on a new site?). It was demolished in the 1730s. The site is ...
Country house built by Sir Edward Belknap with the profits from sheep farming. Demolished in the 1730s. The site is uncertain.
Findspot - Medieval Coins
1 Two coins from the 14th and 15th century reported by metal detectorists.
Findspot - two coins dating to the Medieval period were found near the church in Weston under Wetherley.
Findspot - Post Medieval Coin
1 A coin of the 17th century reported by metal detectorists.
Findspot - a coin dating to the Post Medieval period was found near the church in Weston under Wetherley.
Possible Fishponds 100m W of Old House
1 Banks exist around what appears to have been a fishpond. A second possible fishpond exists but is less well defined, and consists of a narrower depression with water at ...
Possible Medieval or Post Medieval fishponds used for the breeding and storage of fish. Traces of earthworks remain, and they are situated 300m west of the Police Station at Weston under Wetherley.
Church of St Michael, Weston under Wetherley
1 Chancel, N chapel, nave, N aisle, W tower, vestry, and S porch. Evidence for a 12th century church in the chancel N and S walls, consisting of the E ...
The church of St Michael was built during the Medieval period with some work carried out in the 16th century and a vestury built more recently. A drawing of the church from 1820 exists. It is situated in Weston under Wetherley.
Site of Cross, Churchyard, Weston under Wetherley
1 Steps and shaft of an old cross visible in churchyard. 2 No remains visible.
A Medieval cross, of which the base steps and the shaft survived until recently. It stood in the churchyard of St Michael's Church, Weston under Wetherley.
Weston Mill, Weston under Wetherley
1 A mill existed in 1316. 2 The mill is marked on Beighton’s map of 1725, but nothing else is known of its history until the 19th century. Information on ownership ...
Weston Mill, the site of a watermill for which there is intermittent documentary evidence from the Medieval to the Imperial periods. Some brick foundations survive, together with earthwork traces of watercourses. The location is 1km west of Hunningham.
Site of Bridge at Weston Mill, 1.5km S of Church
1 The old bridge at Weston Mill. 2 This photograph shows an old timber bridge. The present bridge is a more substantial structure of metal and concrete.
The site of a timber bridge, possibly of Post Medieval date, which crossed the River Leam. It was situated 1.5km south of the church at Weston under Wetherley.
Site of Windmill at Weston Hospital
1 Site of present hospital grounds known as Windmill Hill, but exact location of mill unknown. 2 Exact extent of Windmill Hill not clearly identifiable from 1766 Leigh Estate map.
Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of a windmill dating to the Imperial period. It stood to the south east of Weston under Wetherley, but the exact location is unknown.
The Old Forge, Weston
1 Forge building still exists but now used as a dwelling and no longer a working forge. Red brick, tiled roof.
The site of a forge of red brick which was in use during to the Imperial period. The building has been converted into a dwelling and is situated in Weston under Wetherley.
Weston Hall Dovecote, Weston under Wetherley
1 18th century square pigeoncote of brick with lantern and cupola, attached to country house. 2 Foster dovecote No 35.
Weston Hall Dovecote, an eighteenth century brick building that was used for the breeding and housing of doves or pigeons. It is at Weston Hall Farm, Weston under Wetherley.
1 A good bold bridge, over the Leam, with buttresses of the usual character but exceptionally massive. It has three arches over the stream, and one dry arch at each ...
Hunningham Bridge, originally Medieval, but the present structure is mostly Post Medieval with later repairs. It crosses the River Leam 400m north of the church.
Weston Hall garden, Weston under Weatherley
1 Weston Hall garden, Weston under Wetherley, Warwick. Lovie reports small gardens with orchard and formal walk.
Small gardens with formal walk and orchard. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Moat in Weston under Wetherley
1–3 A large moat was originally noted on HER mapping layers as possible and was proven by examining HER LiDAR imagery and online LiDAR Digital Terrain Model. It is ...
A large moated site 200m south-west of Weston under Wetherley church. Identified from mapping and visible on LiDAR imagery. An associated dam for a large pond exists to the east. Likely to be the site of the medieval manor house, possibly the site of Weston House demolished in the 18th century.
Medieval Dam, Weston under Wetherley
1 A dam, approximately 135m in length. Lies to the east of a large moated site and is presumably associated. The pool would have existed to the west ...
A dam for a large pond. Probably medieval in date and associated with a large moat to its west.
Weston under Wetherley medieval settlement
1–3 The probable extent of medieval Weston under Wetherley. The western end around the parish church is partially mapped from the 1st Edition OS map whilst the eastern end ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement of Weston. Mapped from the 1st edition Ordnance Survey map; some earthworks are visible on LiDAR imagery.
Stone-built Well, Glebe Cottage, Weston under Wetherley
1 Stone-built well uncovered during watching brief on groundworks at the rear of Glebe Cottage. The well does not appear on 19th or 20th century maps and is thought ...
A stone-built well, possibly of Medieval date, was found at the rear of Glebe Cottage, Weston under Wetherley.
Medieval Woodland, Weston and Waverley Woods
1 Site visit revealed extensive network of Medieval banks and ditches, probably associated with woodland management. Also evidence of coppicing.
Weston and Waverley Woods. A site visit to the wood revealed an extensive network of Medieval banks and ditches associated with woodland management. The woods lie to the south west of Bubbenhall.
County Reformatory South of Weston under Wetherley
1 County Reformatory marked on OS map of 1885.
The site of a County Reformatory, a prison, in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was located 300m south east of Weston under Wetherley.
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