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A chapel at Bolham is mentioned in a 1258 endowment of East Retford vicarage. Piercy says that the site of the chapel was well known in his time. There is a place called Chapel Close which be the site of the former chapel.

CHUCRH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE

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Parish church, with a 13th century chancel, late 13th-early 14th century nave, west tower, and north aisle, and a 15th century clerestorey . The chancel was shortened in 1770-80 and the tower and top stage were rebuilt in 1926. Restorations were undertaken in 1872-4 and 1885. The church is...

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A 15th century building, later used as an outbuilding at Manor Farm.

THE GABLES

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Timber framed hall house built 1280-1350. Two cross wings of box frame construction were added circa 1500. The entire building was encased in brick in the early 18th century.

ST MARYS CHURCH

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Parish church constructed during the 12th century with 13th and 14th century additions and alterations. It was heavily restored in 1868.

WELL LAND FARMHOUSE

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A farmhouse, built circa 1450, with alterations made circa 1525 and circa 1600.

FINESHADE ABBEY

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Abbey founded circa 1200 on the site of Castle Hymel. The site was bought by Sir Robert Kirkham in 1546. He incorporated the abbey ruins into a house. During the early to mid 18th century the house was bought and rebuilt by William King. In the mid 18th century the house passed to the Monc...

WILBRAHAM TEMPLE

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Early 17th century timber framed house, on or near to the site of the preceptory of the Knights Templars of 1170, and Knights Hospitallers between 1312-1350. The house has extensive late 17th, 18th and 19th century alterations. Timber framed building with brick and plaster rendered with ro...

SHARPHAM PARK FARMHOUSE

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A monastic dwelling, later converted to a country house, then a farmhouse and now divided into two dwellings. It probably dates to the 15th century, with 16th, 18th and 19th century alterations. The building is of rubble construction, with roughcast to the entrance elavation and slate and...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A steep-sided circular post mill mound with a shallow ditch visible on all but the northern side identified in Worston Lane, Burnham-on-Sea. Excavations have located Medieval finds including 13th/14th century pottery and incomplete timbers from a post-mill trestle. Ogilbys map of 1675 show...