British Listed Buildings Online
Welcome to British Listed Buildings, an online database of buildings and structures that are listed as being of special architectural and historic interest.
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Recent Listed Building Comments
Glanafon Mansion House was built in approx 1800 and sits within 26 acres of tranquil Pembrokeshire countryside and was built by William Owen. Bordered by two streams on either side and The Western Cleddau (SSSI) it was originally owned by Richard Lloyd in 1804. The original land included Glanafon Farm to [...]
Pamela Joseph, 15 May 2013
my brother went there in the 1960's his name was Paul Cashman does anyone remember him. and does anyone got any old photo's please would like a reply thank you x you can get in touch by FACEBOOK RHODA CASHMAN BROWN THANK YOU X
rhoda brown, 14 May 2013
my brother went there in the 1960's his name was Paul Cashman does anyone remember him. and does anyone got any old photo's please would like a reply thank you x
rhoda brown, 14 May 2013
The oak paneling and fireplace in the dining room came from Denby Grange in the late 1940s. My father Donald Wright had them installed.Regards Don Wright. Two Rocks West Australia
Donald Wright, 14 May 2013
Very interested to read comments about Gatacre Hall. My Great Grandparents farmed at Gatacre in the early 1900s. They are both buried at Claverley. I tried to find their graves but no luck. I believe they were tenant farmers....their name was Breakwell. Six sons and two daughters. My grandfather, William, used to [...]
Jane Purtell, 14 May 2013
Dear Violet, My name is Miaad Sabiee, and I was a boarder from Iraq. I attended Kingsmoor House with my younger sister, Hana. I don't remember the exact years of my stay in Kingsmoor. I was telling my grandchild about mrs. Naughton and how naughty we were. I remember one time [...]
Miaad Sabiee, 13 May 2013
The listing doesn't match this building, though it may have changed since 1973
Jerry, 13 May 2013
My 3x great grandmother, Isabella Paterson (nee McPhail) is reputed to be buried here. Burial took place in Dec 1856. I intend to visit the site at the end of this month(May 2013).
Sid Hawes, 13 May 2013
Since April 2007, the church has been dedicated to St Catherine of Siena
David Earley, 13 May 2013
The listing description hasn't caught up yet. This was one of the first Maggie's Cancer Centres, in this case Maggie's Glasgow Gatehouse, designed David Page and opened in 2002. It is an excellent example of sensitive intervention in an historic building. The whole concept of Maggie's Centres around the country is [...]
Jeremy Watson, 12 May 2013
There is an additional inscription on the front at the bottom, reading:- "SGT. CHRISTIAN IAN HICKEY, 1st BATTALION COLDSTREAM GUARDS, IRAQ - 18th OCTOBER 2005.
Stephen Armstrong, 12 May 2013
i would like to say i have lived at ty mawr for over twenty years bringing up my family ,danielle,cai ,and gwion,they had a great life playing in the field the house was painted inside by me -it was a hard life the house was old but christmas was great [...]
shelagh mainwaring, 12 May 2013