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Description: Pair of Butterwells Approximately 50 Metres South South East of Cleave Farmhouse
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101116
OS Grid Reference: SX7436553210
OS Grid Coordinates: 274365, 53210
Latitude/Longitude: 50.3654, -3.7678
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8/201 Pair of butterwells
approximately 50 metres
south south east of Cleave
Pair of butterwells. Circa early C19. Local slate rubble.
The westernmost of the 2 butterwells is square on plan built into the slope
of the ground with open front and slate shelves inside. The slate roof has
been dislodged. The square sump drains away at the front and is fed from a
spring. the door is missing.
The easternmost butterwell is built into a field boundary bank, rounded on
plan with a corbelled slate roof. Tall doorway at front, the door is missing.
inside is lined with slate shelves, the bottom shelf is below the water level
of the sump.
Listing NGR: SX7436553210
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Source: English Heritage
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